Did you, like me, always feel that your parents were so much easier on your younger siblings than they were on you? Guess what: It's not just in your head. Researchers at Johns Hopkins have found that, indeed, parents are a waaaaay more strict with their older children than the younger siblings. Apparently, these academic-types have found a motherfucking mathematical formula with which they are able to show the ratios between severity of how older children were disciplined and the prevention of seeing "bad behavior" in younger children. So yeah: Don't hate your parents. It's science. [Science Daily]