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By crucets - / Wednesday 6 October 2010 04:37 / United States
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By  twilightdogstar  |  1

I can see how this could happen. I have a large extended family, with a ton of cousins I've never met, and a few of them have added me on Facebook. Although calling her "cutie" is definitely a bit of a facepalm moment.

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  sexybitch92  |  0

now reading this a 2nd time I could swear the same thing happened to me except it was around last year. He even said the same thing to me and I replied the same, except it was on MySpace.

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  cookiemobzta  |  0

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  sarahj090  |  0

completely agree with #44/46 even if your cousins are cute their blood dont cry because you cant touch them i guess you should just be happy your family has good genes

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  5t3ff1k4h  |  42

88- He didn't know they were cousins. If he knew, of course this would be horridly wrong, but he didn't. It could be a case where she's a step-cousin (and the two families only recently got married). Or, she could be a cousin that's only met him once, in early childhood.

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  Thawn  |  0

one of my best chick friends is my cousin and I tell her she's hot all the time! there's nothing wrong with thinking she's hot. just don't act on it

By  Cinn_fml  |  21

I don't see the problem. So you think your cousin has good looks, it's not like you were unaware of who she was long enough to get any serious feelings. Though you probably should have recognised your cousin, though I could understand if you haven't seen each other for a long while for various reasons or what not.

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  Cinn_fml  |  21

Chaith, well, that's the thing, he did ask if they knew each other, so it's not like he tried to chat her up knowing they were cousins. Also, if she's getting offended that he didn't remember her, then I'm sure the OP would be able to explain why he'd forgotten and all would be well again.

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