By Brandee - 05/03/2010 01:39 - Canada
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wtf, I think you are leading him on, he seems to be getting the hint.
#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.
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.
Jerry! Jerry! Jerry!