This is an example of a wise man fallacy and arguing in circles because of the little brother looking to his big brother for this type of question while the big brother doesn't really answer the question.
Big brother why cant I drink any of that beverage?
This is an example of false cause and effect because of the kid making his life worse also a thin entering wedge because of the kid being alive this makes his life worse.
Ever since that kid was born my life has just got worse and by him living my life will decline rapidly.
This shows three examples of fallacies of logic you're another fallacy, self-evident truth fallacy, and black/white fallacy. The "like you are any better" is an example of you're another fallacy. "Everyone knows you get what you want" is an example of a self evident truth. "Either you are with my decision or against it nothing in between" is an example of black/white fallacy.
You know it just isn't fair you always get what you want!
Like you are any better!
Either you are with my decision or you are against it, never in between!
Everyone knows that you always get what you want!
The first thing said is an example of a guilt of association and the second one is an example of a crowd appeal.
Everyone asks for taste of others drinks.
Everyone around your age has just has to be such a nuance.
The first box shows an example of a False analogy while the second box shows an example of getting personal.
You are like a politician, always lying to make yourself look better.
Trump uses the term fake news and he is a complete idiot so you are a complete idiot.
This shows both facts and figures and generalization.
“50% of people surveyed” said that they believed that when the president speaks only truth leaves his mouth therefore 50% of people are complete idiots.