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ever messed around with a relative?
My buddy got a handy from his first cousin when he was about 12.
Did they ever discuss it later on?
While the thought of this topic repulses me and most normal people, I await patiently on the Nebraska contingent that hangs out here to post their experiences with this. I'm sure they have some good stories to tell.
that made me lulz
It's fairly safe to assume that, for the majority of people, learning that they've been married to their father might come as something of a shock.
But Valerie Spruill's life was chock full of so many twists and turns that she handled it better than most.
The 60-year-old retired mother-of-three from Doylestown, Ohio, who was raised by her grandparents, had already lived through the discovery that a "night lady" who had been referred to as a "family friend" was, in fact, her mom. And when she was nine, Spruill was informed that the man she had been calling dad was actually her grandfather.
Concerning the most recent revelation — that her late spouse, Percy Spruill, was her real father — Valerie says she had long "overheard odd whispers," but wasn't officially told the truth until her uncle confessed a few years after her "husband/father" passed away in 1998.
A DNA test conducted to confirm the shocking news came back positive.
Percy fathered an unknown number of offspring, and Valerie is now on a mission to find them. Asked if her father knew she was his progeny, Spruill says she's not 100 percent sure as he never mentioned it, but adds that he may have been afraid to tell her.
As for why she's decided to let the world in on her family secret, Spruill says she "wants to be an example" to people of someone who emerged out of the most miserable of situations to live a "good, productive, [and] fulfilling" life.
"I want this to be more of an inspirational story," she says. "If I've come through this, anyone can come through anything through the help of the Lord."
Itve been married to their father might come as something of a shock.
At a family reunion in about 2003 i got a beej from a 3rd cousin.
My teacher told me that I was a piece of sh*t
Seen her the other day, driving a piece of sh*t
sorry just some wet dreams about some hot cousins
LOL, it's all good Creamer. My family is loaded with good looking, intelligent, successful, and well liked people. Unfortunately I inherited none of those qualities and stand out like a turd in a punch bowl at family reunions.
My 10 year old daughter was molested by her 15 year old cousin. We later found out that he had done it several times and continued to harass my daughter for years afterwards, by email and at family gatherings. His mother finally caught him in bed with her but he swore it had only happened once. When my daughter moved to St Louis to go to college, I found her journal where a lot f it was described. The little asshole moved off to Mexico before I found out about all of it. He doesn't visit Omaha (where his mom and step-dad live) very often and I don't think he has been back to Burlington in many years. That's probably a good idea.
This could have something to do with my intense dislike of child molesters.
I must tell you, however, I used to get an instant boner when ever I got to spend time with my 1st cousin Barb. She's a year younger than me and was sooooo hot when we were growing up. I can't say I wouldn't have if give the opportunity.
This post was edited by Froggydegremlin 19 months ago
Nope, nobody I personally know.
"I was brought in here to change the culture. I'm going to coach with passion" - Fran McCaffery.
Yeah, I can imagine what you, or any father, would do to him.
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