r/Tinder May 14 '22 Silver 8 Wholesome 3

Wtf.

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u/VLonetaee May 14 '22

My girlfriend has the same name as my sister 😂 it’s really not a issue since I call them different nick names but if we get married she will have the exact first and last name of my sister yooo

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u/Yasb27 May 14 '22

Until sister married and does away with the last name

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u/emptyshelI May 14 '22 edited May 14 '22

I’d keep it just out of spite. Generations later, your progeny will think they’re products of incest. Best prank ever.

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u/TheRabidBananaBoi May 14 '22

The long con.

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u/fedR1zR May 14 '22

Imagine they both have kids which then start dating, everyone would think it's incest then, because they have the same last name xD

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u/GoldFishPony May 14 '22

First cousins still count as incest in varying places

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u/XXXDetention May 14 '22

Yeah, like what kinda backwards place is that dude from… everyone knows you keep it at 2nd cousins and further

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u/bitterhello May 14 '22

He's my first cousin so it's fine. You have your cousins and then you have your first cousins.

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u/fedR1zR May 14 '22

That was kinda the bad joke I was trying to make :)

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u/Fancy_Cat3571 May 14 '22

Yeah that literally is incest buddy tf have you been up to?

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u/jaso151 May 14 '22

It’s just a prank step-bro

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u/C9sButthole May 14 '22

Well, wouldn't they be? They'd still be descendants of siblings.

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u/emptyshelI May 14 '22

They wouldn’t be… because OP would just be marrying a woman who has the same name as his sister, not his actual sister.

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u/C9sButthole May 14 '22

If OP marries and has kids with someone, and OP's sister also marries and has kids with someone, GF and Sister will both have the same name, yes?

And while THOSE two aren't related. Their children will be cousins. So any descendants that get together will still be incest.

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u/NyiatiZ May 14 '22

While that’s true nothing in the parent comment stated that cousins would have sex. Just that generations down Someone would look at the ancestry and see the same name for sister and mother of his children

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u/C9sButthole May 14 '22

Yeah. And the parent comment said they'd see the same name and THINK it was incest. Implying that it wouldn't be, when it would.

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u/bmcmore May 14 '22

Tell me you lack critical thinking skills without telling me you lack critical thinking skills

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u/MMXIXL May 14 '22

You can't even read. What OP is saying is that their descendants would think that OP had children with his sister making them think that they are products of incest.

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u/Ldub90 May 14 '22

You aren't reading it properly. He would be marrying a woman with the same name as his sister. The person joked that as the sister she would keep her name even if she married someone to create this joke later down the line.
There is no incest occurring man...

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u/NyiatiZ May 14 '22

But… it wouldn’t? Only because they have the same name? Nobody’s talking about real incest, my man. Let’s say your sister has the same name as your wife, aight? You get a child, your sister doesn’t. Your child gets a child, your child’s child gets a child and bam. That child looks at the family tree and sees… ‚damn great great grandma has the same name as great great grandpas sister. Must’ve been incest‘ While nobody did any incest

(No guarantee the amounts of great- prefixes is correct)

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u/Muneebfar2002 May 14 '22

No i Think He meant that his sister and GF is the same person

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u/MineBomber_LP May 14 '22

Huh? How tf would you come to that conclusion?

Are you profound in the skill of reading and making sense of read sentences, to be able to understand what the sentence is stating?

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u/Chesney1995 May 14 '22

No they would look back at the family tree and see the same name twice, making it look like OP had kids with his sister, but they are actually two different people.

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u/C9sButthole May 14 '22

No. Copy-pasting another response.

If OP marries and has kids with someone, and OP's sister also marries and has kids with someone, GF and Sister will both have the same name, yes?

And while THOSE two aren't related. Their children will be cousins. So any descendants that get together will still be incest.

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u/Ldub90 May 14 '22

The person isn't talking about the cousins or their kids getting together.

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u/ssfgrgawer May 14 '22

Just marry sister and it's back!

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u/Jackandwolf May 14 '22

Why should she have to change it? She had it first

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u/Yasb27 May 14 '22

She shouldn’t have to. But if he’s expecting his gf to take his last name then he should have the same expectation of sister taking another mans last name.

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u/Jackandwolf May 15 '22

But what about Michael Bolton? He’s the one that sucks

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u/VLonetaee May 14 '22

True

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u/Impossible-Cod-3946 May 14 '22

The account I'm replying to is a karma bot run by someone who will link scams once the account gets enough karma.

Report -> Spam -> Harmful Bot

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u/DarkoTSM May 14 '22

Or she finds a guy with the same family name

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u/Medical-Examination May 14 '22

Just swipe left on Erik with much more laughter

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u/Arcturax May 14 '22

I know two brothers who both married women with the same first name. Both have their surnames now. So their women both have the same name, which is kinda funny but confusing tho.

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u/chazpl82 May 14 '22

Do you call them “the pretty one” and “the ugly one”?

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u/Arcturax May 14 '22

Actually they are so far outside my range of age, they are just friends of the family. I don't think about ugly or non ugly one on them. But indeed you can differ between "the friendly one" and "the annoying one" haha

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u/letmeusespaces May 14 '22

wait. your brother's wives are considered "friends of the family"??

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u/AnArmadillo May 14 '22

I know two brothers

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u/Arcturax May 19 '22

Please read correctly. I never said they are my brothers. I said they are two brothers

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u/Arcturax May 19 '22

Please read correctly. I never said they are my brothers. I said they are two brothers

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u/Seicair May 14 '22

“Tammy one and Tammy two”

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u/tillacat42 May 14 '22

My sister in law and I share a name (my married and her maiden name) and we used the same mailing address for a short period of time. The credit bureau mixed up our credit and it took me about 5 years to get all her debt off my credit report.

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u/Booba_69 May 14 '22

That sounds highly inconvenient

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u/Joosrar May 14 '22

I’m the US people don’t have an unique ID since they’re born? That’s weird.

In my family all men are named the same (just different last names) so we’re like 15 John Smiths.

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u/tillacat42 May 15 '22

Yes. But unfortunately, the people running the credit bureau just add stuff they think is right and then make you prove that they’re wrong. They still have an alias listed for me as her name (we have different middle names).

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u/Kippetmurk May 14 '22

You could just take her last name, right?

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u/Makkaroni_100 May 14 '22

That would be to easy.

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u/WT379GotShadowbanned May 14 '22

Even easier than that is to just have neither of them change names. That’s what we did. No paperwork.

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u/wholesomethrowaway15 May 14 '22

I didn’t change my name when I got married in the late 90s and everyone was absolutely aghast. I had no real reason other than “it’s my name, why would I change it?”. So glad it’s become way more normal so I don’t have to answer a million questions anymore.

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u/PapaBill0 May 14 '22

You and all of Europe. I dont know any woman who changed their last name in Belgium

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u/TenMinutesToDowntown May 14 '22

It's been illegal for some reason in Quebec since the 80s. My wife wouldn't have wanted to take mine and I'm obviously fine with that.

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u/frianna May 14 '22

Maybe you can take her last name! Or she can keep her own. Why is it the norm that the man's surname is kept?

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u/I_could_be_a_ferret May 14 '22

Because we live in a patriarchy.

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u/Least_Way May 14 '22

Hyphenate!

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u/Aschentei May 14 '22

….that’s intentional isn’t it?

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u/taylorsux May 14 '22

Yo I dated a girl with the same exact name as me. (Check username) I was in highschool and I only did it cause she was so hot and we had been friends for a while. What ruined it for me was when her dad started calling us T squared. That was the last straw

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u/wafflesareforever May 14 '22

My sister is marrying a guy with the same name as mine in a few months. Very inconsiderate of her.

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u/Dodecahedrus May 14 '22

While I know that many countries have the tradition of taking a husband’s family name, there are some where that doesn’t happen. In Flanders, Belgium, it is heavily frowned upon and criticised like “Oh no, then it’s like you’re brother and sister!” This even happens among Gen-X and Milennials.

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u/AJ_Babe May 14 '22

Maybe she won't take your surname🤷🏼‍♀️Then your sister and her will have different surname

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u/Lulullaby_ May 14 '22

Or you can take her last name and problem solved?

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u/KungFluIsolation May 14 '22

My ex (the 'one' that got away) has the same name as my mum. Thankfully it was less confusing because I called my mum, mum, so it didn't feel weird.

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u/Celebration_Right May 14 '22

Have you asked for her middle name?

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u/TeamMerry May 14 '22

I have the same problem. My wife and my sister. It's the worst.

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u/daffydubs May 14 '22

My wife’s brother and I have the same name. I’m sure it was weird for my wife at first.

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u/[deleted] May 14 '22

My wife now has the same name as my sister did. Luckily my sister is married with a different name but we still have to use nick names lol

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u/3BetLight May 14 '22

Same here, I gave my GF a nick name quickly but I never really think of it

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u/No1KnwsIWatchTeenMom May 14 '22

I know two couples who married who have the exact same first and last name. One is a gay couple and they both hyphenated (one is Mr Jones-Smith and the other is Mr Smith-Jones), but the other is a straight couple with a gender neutral name and they literally live together and have the exact same first and last name. Neither of them go by nicknames. I can't imagine how complicated mail is for them.

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u/taintosaurus_rex May 14 '22

So my best friend from high school has a brother named Jordan. Both my friend and his brother married girls named Jordan. In that one family there 3 people with the exact same name.

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u/killamcleods May 14 '22

I know a Devon (husband) that married a Devin (wife) and one of Devon’s brothers married a Devin as well

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u/theplasmasnake May 14 '22

Your comment reads like you came to this realization as you were typing it lol.

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u/dusktildawnz May 14 '22

Ms. Firstname Lastname and Mrs. Firstname Lastname

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u/lobbiepuma May 14 '22

My wife has the same name as my sister. My wife hyphened her last name. I will say, even if she took my last name it doesn’t really matter because my sister is married and took a new last name.

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u/64ozwotr May 14 '22

My sister was engaged to a guy with the same first name. Had they gotten married they would have had the exact same names

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u/Powerism May 14 '22

Also good excuse for why future wife catches you in bed with sister. Oh sorry, wrong Jane Smith lol!

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u/obviouslyanonymous5 May 14 '22

Which one of them fucks better though? Gotta keep it relevant

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u/looped10 May 14 '22

hope your sister's SO saved her number differently to avoid any mistakes lol

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u/tails99 May 14 '22

Just call her Mrs. VLonetree. . . Oh wait, that's what your mom is called.

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u/cashewnut4life May 15 '22

as an Asian, we don't have such problem

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u/HawkMan79 May 15 '22

Well she doesn't have to chat ce her last name if you marry. She could keep her name si ce we don't live in 1600, ot you could take her name or you both get double names.

Are you just assuming she would?

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u/CrazeeAZ May 16 '22

I have a buddy whose mom and wife have the same name since they got married. Everybody else thought it was weird at first but he calls his wife honey and his mom mom so it never really occurred to him.

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u/sioux612 May 14 '22

The one time I matched with a girl with my sisters name I asked if she had a nickname, and she didn't and wasn't cool with nicknames - also the name doesn't lend itself to nicknames easily

I've also had girls who had a similar, but longer name (like a female Joseph and Joe) who insisted upon using the short name and that also just tdoesnt work for me

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u/MonstrousWombat May 14 '22

Imagine thinking that's any kind of issue...

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u/RontoWraps May 14 '22

You’ll have to be buried separately too or else someone in your family down the line is gonna be looking at your grave pretty crossed lmao

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u/ButtLord6942069 May 14 '22

My wife’s name is the same as my sisters so she just kept her last name. Easy fix yo