By Anonymous - 2/3/2020 03:30

Superanty Man

Today, I met my father-in-law for the first time. He went on a big rant how men are superior intellects and women contribute nothing to society. Ironic, as it took me, a woman, 30 seconds to notice it's biologically impossible for him to be my husband's father. After 33 years, both he and my husband haven't figured it out. FML
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By  juggalo2  |  10

Genetics can be very complicated. "Although it is uncommon, parents with blue eyes can have children with brown eyes. The inheritance of eye color is more complex than originally suspected because multiple genes are involved." Still it's worth wondering.

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By  juggalo2  |  10

Genetics can be very complicated. "Although it is uncommon, parents with blue eyes can have children with brown eyes. The inheritance of eye color is more complex than originally suspected because multiple genes are involved." Still it's worth wondering.

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  Diawar  |  2

it is nearly impossible for blue eyed people to create a brown eyed child there has to be a break in the gene of each parent it’s a one in a million. unless one parent has brown eyes with a blue hue. in which case they have can have a brown eyed child.

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  ojoRojo  |  7

It’s possible, if they’re not close. I’ve never met my husband’s biological father, and we’ve been together for 12.5 years. (Though I don’t think I ever will, and I’m glad about that.)

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  AmbrosiaFan  |  16

Never met my father in law and my husband and I have known each other since 2003. He's out of state and not on good terms with my husband. Who knows why they didn't meet before they got married or at the wedding.

By  fjvitt  |  12

Ok—so maybe some info is missing. Like about his mother. If you know the appearance of your husband’s mother, then you could make assumptions. For example if both were blond and your husband has brown hair—that would be a problem.