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By  betseyville  |  27

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  samsaf1989  |  27

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  gc327072  |  27

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  samsaf1989  |  27

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  ICastillo  |  27

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  drewcat21  |  27

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  kbtoyz69  |  27

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  Ashekitty  |  27

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  goldensh0wer69  |  27

I enjoyed the simplicity of this comment and how it had such a large contrast with the severity of the situation. It made me laugh out loud so why don't you go plow your sister you condescending twat.

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  Ashekitty  |  27

Whoa, who are you talking to? #376 I guess I realize now why you have to put the number of who you are referring to. Oh no I got 5 thumbs down. Awww.

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  Ashekitty  |  27

I'd like to point out I wasn't being condescending. I just hate grammar nazi's who think correcting someone on the Internet gives them some sort of higher stance than everybody else.

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  outoftown  |  27

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  xZoeAmethystx  |  27

^That may only be in Georgia though, or maybe just the us for that matter, so you really can't be mad at people for not mentioning it. As far I'm aware, it's only rape if both don't give consent.

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  outoftown  |  27

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  liv_graham  |  27

It's not statutory rape because they're both minors. If he was 18, then it would be statutory rape. Obviously google should not be your preferred search engine.

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  natepooch  |  27

33: I must congratulate you, for you are oh so superior than everyone else, by spotting this common grammatical err....please continue to enlighten me on your vast knowledge of the english language #fuckyougrammernazis

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  outoftown  |  27

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  fromthesuck  |  27

450 holy fuck! You want to take an already fucked up situation created by TWO teenage kids who did something stupid and turn it into a literal federal case. You are what's wrong with this nation now. All jokes aside this is a family matter. So spout your self righteous crap somewhere else.

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  kbtoyz69  |  27

438- My stepsister is still my sister. However, in the event that my parents happened to get a divorce she would no longer be my sister just my dads ex wife's daughter. I could be wrong. I have not done the research it's just something I thought of.

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  WritingWrongs  |  27

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  lilpanda4  |  27

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  bfenerty  |  27

Seriously? OP's a bad parent, so he has to murder a baby? I do not and will not understand how murdering an innocent unborn child became an OK solution in our society. Just give the child up for adoption.

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  SuckMyJunk  |  27

494, It isn't incest, and I really don't see why anyone would label it 'rape and or statutory rape' if it was consensual, if it wasn't I'm quite sure OP would be at the police station and not on FML. OP could have done everything in the world to prevent them from having sex with anyone but teenagers will do what they like! Sorry you have to deal with that OP, people aren't going to look at this to kindly as seen already but all you can do is support them and what they decide to do. Best of luck.

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  katie1989  |  27

Its not rape when the father is the same age (or a certain amount if months apart). This poor kid doesnt deserve a criminal record because neither of them make smart choices.

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  jooliaboolia  |  27

if one party is over the age of consent and the other is under, the person who was under would be the rape victim because they are deemed too young to truly understand the consequences of their actions.

By  betseyville  |  27

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  GypsyRover  |  27

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  gc327072  |  27

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  guy24  |  27

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  kyleekay  |  27

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  zecha_fml  |  27

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  MsMourningStar  |  27

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  plaguer  |  27

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  wlddog  |  27

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  GypsyRover  |  27

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  letmehavemytea  |  27

And all this would have been avoided if they weren't under the delusion that children are able to have sex. People, please wait til you're at least 16 (or whatever the legal age to have sex with someone your own age is) and remember to use PROTECTION :/ or just wait til you're 18 I guess

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  sheethapins  |  27

195- A. You play you pay. B. That's what c-sections are for. C. I agree with the adoption option here. Neither are mentally or financially equip for raising a child, they're children themselves. And furthermore, the fact their step-siblings means they need to have a serious talk with their parents, like it or not they are brother and sister now even if just on paper. They need to realize the consequences of their actions.

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  ravenevercross  |  27

Who gives a fuck? I fail to see how that matters. Step sibling thing sucks, but they're 14 and 15. Regardless of how long they liked each other they still shouldn't be fucking.

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  heinous966  |  27

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  SuperGirlTaDa  |  27

Way to generalise almost half the population... You say "In 50 years this world won't be worth a shit thanks to the youth today". There is a 14 year old girl fighting for her life in Pakistan after being shot in the head by the Taliban for her activism. She's brave. What have you done? You just sat behind a computer screen throwing about massively incorrect generalisations. Also, yes, teenage families have trouble and sometimes other options rather than keeping the child are more appropriate but that can't be said for all. I knew a girl who was pregnant at 16, moved out with her boyfriend, got a job, paid off the apartment loans and now they are older and trying for a second child. They are wonderful people, with stable jobs and a home that's theirs. I'm not saying teen pregnancy is easy or should be accepted so readily, more precautions should be taken and more teens need to be educated about the dangers of unprotected sex. However, it's pretty wrong to sit there saying the worst of a whole population of people. Side note: They really really aren't related. I'm only 18 in 10 days but I have been rallying for issues such as the 1984 Sikh Genocide and volunteering to help refugee children with an easier transition into schools. So please, tell me how your generalisation applies to all of us and how we all make for embarrassing human beings.

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  twinkiefeets  |  27

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  fkingstooge  |  27

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  darkangel752  |  27

What is it with people and assuming teenagers can't support a child?? I was 17 when I got pregnant the first time and I did just fine! I now have 3 children that are all happy and healthy. Some teenagers can't get their head out of their ass long enough to realize that when they decide to keep the child they actually have to raise it too. But not ALL teenagers are like that. Although this does not mean I condone the fact that they are step-siblings, and personally I don't believe in abortion, if anything she should go for adoption and that should be her choice.

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  HungerGames95  |  27

198- I think you're forgetting which generation raised the "youth of today." Also, don't generalize and act like all teenagers are despicable people it defeats your entire argument.

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  HungerGames95  |  27

442- You were 17. Not 14. I know teen pregnancy isn't easy, and the majority (NOT ALL) of teens aren't ready for the responsibility of a child. I know I'm not. But I think it's great that everything worked out for you :) My parents were married at 18 and it turned out fine for them. I guess it just depends on the maturity level and compatibility of the people involved. But I still think 14 is WAY too young.

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  Tmanosaur  |  27

OP I wish you the best of luck in this situation. As not trying to sound like a total dick but with how young she is and her sex organs are still developing she could have a miscarriage but if she doesn't then I agree with the adoption option, since they are step siblings but I do wonder how long they have been step siblings. Best if luck my dear

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  legitkitty  |  27

411- I want to thumb up your comment, but it's too long :( [Because I'm on the app] This is completely off topic, but does anyone remember "Disney 411"? Okay, never mind, then…

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519- You can swipe the whole comment with your finger to reveal the thumb and reply buttons. I still have no idea why the buttons have to be in the middle, and not the bottom.

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  kerrwoof  |  27

557- actually, in the states you can legally get an abortion right up until the end of your pregnancy. Here in Canada though, you definitely cannot get one past 20 weeks.

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  SuperGirlTaDa  |  27

460- Hey Purple Giraffe, you're a day younger than me! Super cool. YES, let's help the world together! Every little thing we do counts:) (sorry for being off topic fellow FMLers)

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  aj94w  |  27

198, good to see another self-righteous poster spouting nonsense about "kids these days." If you never did anything your parents didn't like when you were a kid you must be a saint. Older generations always have and always will think the world is going to shit. The weird thing is that the thought of the world going to shit is exactly what motivates us to strive on. Also, you are delusional if you think that any teen or young adult these days would've okay with a 15-year-old banging a 14-year-old and getting her pregnant. It's that type of comment that really make me feel like the world is going to shit, but only because of defeatist attitudes like yours.

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  TalkCrazy47  |  27

560- actually there was a court case in Canada where a woman threw her 1 month old baby over a fence, killing it in the process. The mother walked away free with out charges because the court said it was an abortion

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  Pyapi  |  27

I know adoption is the most reasonable answer in these cases, but maybe OP WANTS to keep her grandchild. I've seen a few cases of teenage pregnancy where the grandparents took care of the baby, but the mother was still always present. The actual parents still participate in the raising, though! Just that they continue to study so that later on they can actually support the child.

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  Inheritance  |  25

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  dashizam  |  25

Well. I think OP should remember, if they're Christian, that Mary birthed Jesus at 13. So her daughter should have hope. But the brother-sister thing is odd. How didn't u notice that? Of course I saw an article like this once. But they were blood related, got married, and encouraged their kids to do the same.

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  dashizam  |  25

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  Dr0reos  |  25

One day about 40 years from now that babu is going to wall into a therapists office with a bag of money and talk and talk unitl they veg him to leave.

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  DocBastard  |  30

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  lelo007  |  30

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I live in Georgia and I am NOT knocked up by any relative! I've lived in Mississippi *and* Alabama too...yes, I have all of my teeth. I actually have 2 masters degrees. Point is...don't judge us by OP and Honey Boo Boo. I won't judge Canada for inflicting Justin Bieber on the rest of the world...

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  TheDrifter  |  30

Hey, us Canadians have apologized for Justin Beiber on numerous occasions. On an unrelated note, I could have saved myself SO much time looking for dates if I just had a hot stepsister. Not entirely sure my parents would have let me live through that decision though.

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And only in America anymore can people not take a joke for what it is... A joke! I thought the "only in Georgia" was funny, but of course everyone from there all the sudden talks about their 7 masters that will never be proven to poke holes in, once again, a joke. Ugh the pussification is getting worse than I thought. And it should be noted that all stereotypes are based off some pretty solid truths, look them up.

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  Welshite  |  30

#94: Yup, you're completely right; stereotypes are always true. That's why I get angry when people expect me to act correctly since I'm educated. They don't understand that I'm a redneck who comes from a redneck family. We wear the sleeveless flannel shirts, the Git-'Er-Done trucker hats, and we always have a beer in our hand while talking through a wad of chewing tobacco. Of course, there are some people who believe we actually eat the raw hearts of the animals we kill. They're wrong...it's the liver.

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  TRUFREEDOM  |  30

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  kyleekay  |  30

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  RedPillSucks  |  30

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  Welshite  |  30

SenselessPattern, the reason rednecks don't eat spleen is because the spleen is the universal source of injury (ex: AHH, my spleen!). Since rednecks firmly believe you are what you eat, they avoid the potential injuries that could arise from eating spleen and choose the red, bloody liver, which supposedly supports blood production.

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  maddygirl820  |  30

I totally agree with you anti_hispster, because of Honey Boo Boo and other redneck shows this is what Georgia is being based off of. In reality, there are smart, educated, and normal people who live in Georgia, and aren't anything like these TV shows or stereotypes.

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  Christala  |  30

Jeff Foxworthy said it best: Here in Georgia, we have smart people just like other places have smart people. We just persist in putting the most ignorant among us on T.V., usually describing what the tornado was like. "Well, it were pandalerium! It done tore the ruff offa muh trailer and crushed four dawgs. I thought we be kilt or even worse!" I lived in Georgia (grew up in Southern Ontario, Canada), when I was 10, and I remember my cousins all being very familiar with "Playing Doctor" with each other. A little TOO familiar, now that I look back on it... As for the original poster, we have a saying in my family clan: no blood, no foul. Granted, they are both under the age of consent for Georgia, so theoretically they COULD both be charged with statutory rape of a minor, and if convicted would be registered as sex offenders for life. Hopefully, it won't get to that point. Not a fan of abortion, although I understand the medical necessity in some cases. Adoption would be a great idea if the girl is able to bring the baby to term safely. Maybe this scandal is a cry for attention from these kids? When two families join together, there's often a lot of tension, and a lot of resentment, as time and affection that were previously directed only at the single child is now shared out to the new spouse and step-sibling. TL:DR version: All Georgian's aren't dumb, they are made to look dumb in the media. Re:OP, it's not the end of the world, but this family is going to need some counselling, as they have tough choices ahead.

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  Dr0reos  |  20

Whos theyre own mótherja in law? Oh oh better yet. 14 and pregnant. Finally: turd in the gene pool(I know I used that last one but I think it's still appropriate)

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  streetriots  |  35

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  wlddog  |  16

Babies should not be posting comments on FML. Thats is just wrong. Of course, their grasp of the english language and its sentence structure is uncanny.

By  DocBastard  |  47

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  jmayes414  |  47

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  stfuNOWplease  |  47

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  loloalltheway  |  47

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  TurquoiseJesus  |  47

I've come to the conclusion that Doc could post a comment, completely unrelated to the topic, about how much he hate Jews and black people and how the holocaust was good, and he would still get thumbed up. As such, this leads me to another conclusion: Doc is a wizard. He has mastered a mind-control spell.

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  Fishinaddict22  |  29

I'm not condoning the situation but what if they were dating before their parents met? Now apply the situation but when the kids are in high school. Guy couldn't marry the love of his life (maybe lol) because their patents hooked up?

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