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What would you do if it turned out your spouse was your cousin? Realistically? It's a bit icky, but there's nothing illegal about it, and really it should be seen as not a big deal. Still, it would throw any couple for a loop, and one such conundrum recently popped up on the r/relationship_advice subreddit.
Dating is one of the most unpleasant things you can do to pass the time, and that's just a fact. I don't need an academic study to tell me that being single is a struggle, because pretty much everyone knows that. However, did you know that some people are single by choice? I bet most of you didn't.
Whenever we see something weird and confusing, the first thing we'll often seek is a logical explanation. But what happens when that explanation comes and we don't find it any easier to believe what we're seeing? In such moments, we're forced to make quite the deep internal choice.
Jerks—you either know one, love one, or are one. This is a jerk-shaming session, appendages out, high key, full offense. I'm not talking those big jerkish actions, I'm talking the little offenses committed by people who were "raised in a barn" as your mom would say. There is a certain baseline level of politeness that you have to exhibit in order to qualify for participation in society, okay? I didn't just make these rules up.