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By Brandee / Friday 5 March 2010 01:39 / Canada
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By  narcoticjunkie  |  0

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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  srunano  |  4

No go for it OP, nothing wrong can come from this, aside from another George Bush, or that kid from Harold and Kumar escape Guantanamo Bay. Other than that you have the green light to go ahead...lol

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  UberFail79  |  0

Hell yeah are there hicks in Canada! I know some myself. (Yes, a Texan redneck with hick friends all over the WORLD!) I just have to wonder, how do they cope with the more stringent gun control up there? Can't be a true hick without a good gun!

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  rebeccajoy  |  0

I'm from Canada and seriously not even close to red neck, i mean some places maybe but hardly any, I don't know a single red neck... I always thought red Beja came from texas?

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  Eskimidget  |  6

#214 No...it's not. That's a common misconception. Basically remove the other person. If the sentence makes sense with "I", then you use it. If it makes sense with "me", then you use it. My boyfriend and me is correct here. (posted a photo of me) "My boyfriend and I are going to the store" would be correct. (I am going to the store) You can look it up if you don't believe me. It'll take like two minutes.

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  beepelati  |  5

if you're first cousins, you i think you can get married but defenetly NOT have kids, as they might come out with and extra arm or other disgusting deformations. if you're second cousins, i think you're ok.

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  sammyjo06  |  14

You're an idiot and don't understand genetics. Having children with close relations means that if there are recessive genetic diseases, deformities, or any kind of abnormalities that are not common in the general population, you have a much higher chance of having a child with those problems than if you married someone in the general population. It does not, however, mean that a child of close relations will automatically be born diseased or with 3 arms, etc. In fact, children of close relations have and can come out perfectly normal. There is just a higher chance that they will not compared to having children with someone genetically different from you.

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  Yorih  |  19

How is it possible to have a non-blood related cousin? The only way I see it is if your blood-related aunt/uncle have a step son/daughter but then wouldn't they just be 'uncle's step son' for example? And not actually your cousin?

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