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Re: The "I feel lonely" thread

I have nieces older than me too My grandpa's bro was 20 years older than him. Their parents had several other kids between them but they died during the war. In the end, only the eldest and youngest (my grandpa) survived. So that's where the age gap comes from. His bro was having kids when he was just a few years old and it all carried on to the next generations. So now I have cousins that have kids older than me


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so kids of your cousins are called nieces and nephews?

I don't have any cousin anyway... just kids of my parents cousins

I want my sister to have a baby but she doesn't agree with me

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Re: The "I feel lonely" thread

...yes.

You want your sis to have kids now? I can't imagine mine with children. Freaky.

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Re: The "I feel lonely" thread

I have an Aunt and Uncle younger than me They're the kids of my Great-Uncle's (Maternal Grandfather's brother) 2nd marriage.

I also have a few Aunts and Uncles who are quite close to me in age, and my two newest baby cousins (twin girls) are 19 years younger than me

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could you explain me how your niece can be older than your bros?
I always call them nieces and nephew, meaning the children of my parent's siblings. I never say 'cousin' (besides it's such an odd word in dutch and nobody uses it).

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...Ulla, how's Blini?
Still happily running around and escaping whenever he can
He actually nibbled off the two clips that hold the top of the cage in place, so I took them off, assuming the the iron thing was too heavy for him to move anyway. I guess I was wrong.
Two nights ago at 2 AM my dad heard a strange noise in the bedroom and when he put on the lights, guess who was exploring the floor
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your brother isn't that old either big sis

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I always call them nieces and nephew, meaning the children of my parent's siblings. I never say 'cousin' (besides it's such an odd word in dutch and nobody uses it).


Still happily running around and escaping whenever he can
He actually nibbled off the two clips that hold the top of the cage in place, so I took them off, assuming the the iron thing was too heavy for him to move anyway. I guess I was wrong.
Two nights ago at 2 AM my dad heard a strange noise in the bedroom and when he put on the lights, guess who was exploring the floor
mine did that once. we had the cage door opened for the night and we surrounded it with this fence that we knew he couldn't jump over, but guess what he did

climbed on top of the cage and took a leaping jump to freedom me was going to the toilet in the middle of the night and found him missing. so we turned on every single light in the house and did a massive hammiehunt, closing every room door and poking around in every corner. found him in the end while he was running from one corner of the room to the other

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your brother isn't that old either big sis
Another child from a second marriage.

Different circumstances though, of course Both my Grandfather and my Great-Uncle have shown themselves to be arses which it comes to the divorce/re-marrying arena.

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Another child from a second marriage.

Different circumstances though, of course Both my Grandfather and my Great-Uncle have shown themselves to be arses which it comes to the divorce/re-marrying arena.
well, at least the circumstances are different in sasha's case

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I didn't drag my ass all the way from the clinic to the internet cafe to sit here on my own.

Talk, people!
I'd never have picked you to be the one to start a thread titled "I feel lonely"

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I'd never have picked you to be the one to start a thread titled "I feel lonely"

That proves you so don't know me
(and I don't mean that as an insult in any way.. I guess it's just funny how people perceive other people sometimes )
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Where is everyone?
I'm busy ripping my entire cd collection to the computer and it will take me hours. I need some v-company to keep me entertained.
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Where is everyone?
I'm busy ripping my entire cd collection to the computer and it will take me hours. I need some v-company to keep me entertained.

Just kicked out my visitors to join you
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Where is everyone?
I'm busy ripping my entire cd collection to the computer and it will take me hours. I need some v-company to keep me entertained.
The Frenchies are at RG/milling around Paris I'm going to bed after 6 hours of guests (The next time I come and my dad mentions the word BBQ, I'm hiding out in my room) and 1/2 a day of cuddling the baby who didn't want to be put down all day

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The Frenchies are at RG/milling around Paris I'm going to bed after 6 hours of guests (The next time I come and my dad mentions the word BBQ, I'm hiding out in my room) and 1/2 a day of cuddling the baby who didn't want to be put down all day
Them damn babies
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