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    I'm not a troll - this is legit, hear me out.

    After 20 years of my life, I think I found out that a relative of mine may be an inbred.

    Basically, I was talking to my mum about our family and I always knew that my auntie (Dede, lets call her) was related to my mum as first cousins. My mum had an auntie who gave birth to Dede and you get the picture. What's disturbing is that I have just found out that my uncle (Bebe, lets call him) is related to my mum as a brother!!!! I had never knew this, I thought they just met on the random one.

    So my uncle and auntie married, had a baby and that's my cousin. Does that make him an inbred? He doesn't have any birth deformities, he just seems normal tbh.

    Not gonna lie, first thing I asked my mum after that was "PLEASE TELL ME YOU'RE NOT RELATED TO DAD THROUGH COUSINS OR ANYTHING" - she is not!!

    Again, I'm 100% not a troll, I found out today.
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    (Original post by hdu9eijodhvusfe)
    I'm not a troll - this is legit, hear me out.

    After 20 years of my life, I think I found out that a relative of mine may be an inbred.

    Basically, I was talking to my mum about our family and I always knew that my auntie (Dede, lets call her) was related to my mum as first cousins. My mum had an auntie who gave birth to Dede and you get the picture. What's disturbing is that I have just found out that my uncle (Bebe, lets call him) is related to my mum as a brother!!!! I had never knew this, I thought they just met on the random one.

    So my uncle and auntie married, had a baby and that's my cousin. Does that make him an inbred? He doesn't have any birth deformities, he just seems normal tbh.

    Not gonna lie, first thing I asked my mum after that was "PLEASE TELL ME YOU'RE NOT RELATED TO DAD THROUGH COUSINS OR ANYTHING" - she is not!!

    Again, I'm 100% not a troll, I found out today.
    I know it's shocking I have just found out he is my uncle, but again, my family is very secretive - for obvious reasons i have found out
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    there is not anything you can do. just make sure your choice of spouse is well away from your family group.
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    Was Bebe your mums brother or a half/step brother?
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    (Original post by 0h_n0)
    Was Bebe your mums brother or a half/step brother?
    Bebe was my mums actual brother by blood
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    there is not anything you can do. just make sure your choice of spouse is well away from your family group.
    Suppose so - i was thinking that there's plenty of fish in the sea so why literally go around the corner?
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    (Original post by hdu9eijodhvusfe)
    I'm not a troll - this is legit, hear me out.

    After 20 years of my life, I think I found out that a relative of mine may be an inbred.

    Basically, I was talking to my mum about our family and I always knew that my auntie (Dede, lets call her) was related to my mum as first cousins. My mum had an auntie who gave birth to Dede and you get the picture. What's disturbing is that I have just found out that my uncle (Bebe, lets call him) is related to my mum as a brother!!!! I had never knew this, I thought they just met on the random one.

    So my uncle and auntie married, had a baby and that's my cousin. Does that make him an inbred? He doesn't have any birth deformities, he just seems normal tbh.

    Not gonna lie, first thing I asked my mum after that was "PLEASE TELL ME YOU'RE NOT RELATED TO DAD THROUGH COUSINS OR ANYTHING" - she is not!!

    Again, I'm 100% not a troll, I found out today.
    Wow
 
 
 
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