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By creepedasfuck - / Sunday 23 September 2012 16:50 / United States - Limington
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By  joep1  |  7

I would suggest letting a parent know, this is extremily creepy and wrong on so many levels. No one should have to feel this way with a person sharing their household. Sorry OP.

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By  airforce987  |  20

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  Callyn  |  43

It can't be Wincest, the OP is a girl and they're stepsiblings. Sam and Dean are the real thing.

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  Drigr  |  8

20 - you said they aren't related so its not nasty. let's assume the parents got married when the teens were about 15. Now they are about 18 (assumptions). They have known each other 3 years now. I've known my current gf for 5. On a different note, he coulda had a thing for here before the parents wanted to do it

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  Drigr  |  8

BTW, I'm only playing devils advocate on it being nasty. creepy as fuck still applies

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  ObeyStudKing  |  4

#1 Your a dumbass. Op you need to tell an adult what you saw. You shouldn't have to feel uncomfortable in your house. Your step-brother sounds like a horny retarded freak that needs to kicked in the nuts.

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  doobs454  |  0

Incest is the best, put your sister to the test!

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  Fredds_Life  |  3

Testing your theory. PLEASE DON'T THUMB ME DOWN!!

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  doctorhook86  |  24

I'm just gonna say that there's a decent chance that anything said by "buddies in group chat" is bullshit--guys bullshit with each other. And if it's through an online game, it's even more likely to be bullshit. OP may not need to worry.

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  pinkpixie06  |  11

Am I the only person who thinks there's a chance that he is not a total perv? First, they are not blood-related. Second, there's a chance that their parents are newly married and OP & the brother have not grown up together. Therefore he doesn't feel like her sibling and being attracted to her is something he cannot control. It is definitely an uncomfortable situation. But may not be as creepy as it sounds!!

By  CallMeMcFeelii  |  13

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  CustardAndPie  |  13

#121, and her step-BROTHER apparently has a crush on her. A brother can have brotherly love for his sister, and #3 was quite clearly just playing on that because of the situation. Surely I can't be the only one that's understood this?

By  neonstud  |  0

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Well yeah, obviously - the FML shows that the OP is female. Sisters can receive 'brotherly love', too. But clearly the way her step brother feels is not appropriate in this situation.

By  dinorider_fml  |  4

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  MissMae93  |  23

Uhm, you should also not have the hots for your step-sibling. I'm pretty sure OP's snooping is justified.

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  GBHero  |  1

Yeah, I agree with that but that's not what 13 was talking about. The OP's discovery justifies her invading her step-brother's privacy. If OP hadn't found out that her step-bro has the hots for her vajayjay, then it'd be pretty unjustified for her to do that.

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  MedKits  |  9

This is what you guys are saying here: invasion of privacy is justified only when something is being kept secret from you, which is probably why it was private to begin with. Do you know how fucked up that sounds?

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  simonsaysYDI  |  8

Yeah invading someone's privacy is never okay.. unless they have a warrant ;). As an adult who had parents who believed teenagers didn't deserve privacy, snooping is for dicks. I once planted a fake journal just to prove they'd been snooping because they never admitted that they found info by sneaking into my room. Anyway.. OPs brother didn't do anything wrong, worst case he probably told his buddies, "my stepsister is fucking hotttt". If they haven't been step siblings very long, it's not unnatural =/

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  NeatNit  |  32

No one can control their own feelings. A pedophile is not a bad person because he likes children, he's only a bad person if he acts out those desires. No one can control what they feel. As for OP's brother, he sounds a bit passive aggressive but not like he's hitting on his sister. It can be forgiven. The thing is it would have made no difference in OP's life if she didn't know about it, if she didn't SNOOP IN HIS STUFF! You should be judged by your actions, not by your thoughts. OP is nosey. Her brother is just stuck in a bad situation.

By  joep1  |  7

I would suggest letting a parent know, this is extremily creepy and wrong on so many levels. No one should have to feel this way with a person sharing their household. Sorry OP.

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  joep1  |  7

Okay the relationship you have with somebody when your parents get married has the word "brother" in it. Your living with that person and related or not you become siblings and legally related. One should have the right to feel comfortable in their own house without worrying about a family member trying to get in their pants. Blood related or not. If you can't see the obvious morally wrong issue that this situation causes, that is up to you to reflect on.

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  joep1  |  7

Also, just to put it in perceptive, would you feel comfortable announcing to your work colleagues or school mates that you fantasize about banging your step-sister? Even if you do somehow there is a glimmer of doubt or worriness that runs through your brain before you say it thus proving it is morally questionable and unacceptable.

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  BeachBoi_Alex  |  7

"Legally-related". Do you seriously think that means its 'morally wrong' for a guy develop an attraction to a girl that has forced 'legal-relations' with him? If you do then i think their is some wiring missing in your head.

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  Kazucchi  |  6

Just so you know, in most countries which have the concept of "step relatives", including the USA, so long as you're not blood related, even the law doesn't give two shits what you do as long as it's consentual. Hell, I married my stepsister. We have two slightly annoying teens of our own, too.

By  Xx_Benny73_xX  |  12

I'm not surprised.. since most guys only care about getting into a girls pants nowadays anyway..

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  DJNach  |  1

Did he not say most?

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  User57777  |  13

Just because some of us guys do that, doesn't mean all we're all like that. I'm almost sure there are girls that do the same. You're probably one of those girls that say 'all guys are the same' anyway.

By  perdix  |  29

You don't have to leave the house and he has bouts of serious bowel distress -- sounds like a convenient boyfriend, that is, if you are into Cleveland Steamers and Boston Pancakes.

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  perdix  |  29

#49, I know! I wish I had never heard of that shit, and I can't unlearn it. To anyone who doesn't know what these terms refer to: Don't look them up and don't ask anyone what they mean. When you learn their meanings, you become a lesser person.

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  peve3  |  12

Perdix, you do realize now that you said "don't look that up" tons of people are going to Google it? Kind of like when someone says don't go through that door, everyone wants to go through that door. I am taking your warning to heart, though because if it makes you want to unlearn it, I most definitely would want to.

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  perdix  |  29

#74, My thinking is that I didn't just say don't look those things up, but I also described the consequences. I'd hope people would be able to learn from the experiences of those who went before them. If I say don't watch "Gigli," learn synthetic division or attend an Amway presentation, I'd pray that it doesn't cause a wave of interest in those life-sucking disasters.

By  Austyn57  |  1

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