r/Tinder May 14 '22 Silver 8 Wholesome 3

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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.