A drop of incest — 24 Comments

  1. The problem is that I am Abraham’s Great [x4] Grandson, but I’m also his Great [x3] Grandson.  It means I am related to myself, but how?  This is doing my fucking head in. 

  2. for heavens sake stop thinking with that great big intelligence and be grateful you’re feet aren’t webbed matter of fact, go to the pub and have a drink on it
    oh and the answer is, you are both 

  3. Soooo, that’s two household charges and two septic tank charges for you and yourself?  On the other hand, how about claiming pension back money for you or yourself? 

  4. Fuck the household and septic tank charges.  Neither of me intends paying them.  The other is an excellent bit of thinking though.  Two pensions!!  Thanks. [from both of me]

  5. I liked John Le Mesurier’s death notice in The Times. It was one of his last wishes that it read “John Le Mesurier wishes it to be known that he conked out on November 15th. ”  🙂

  6. Surely it should be that Jack Lord was Merka’s answer to John Le Mesurier.
    A piss poor one to boot.
    Grandad, you should go to the pub and buy yourselves a few pints, you’ve a lot if catching up to do.

  7. I just discovered on ”Dr Who’ that River Song is Amy Ponds’ daughter. Has this anything to do with your weird ancestry?

  8. Thank you all for your various thoughts and suggestion, some of which I shall indeed pursue.

    I had a chat with an expert in the subject today and have some further details.

    Apparently, somewhere along one of the lines, a chap married his first cousin.  As a result of this, I am a sixth cousin of myself.  Leaving that aside, the diverging and converging means that I am a sixth cousin once removed from myself.  So apparently I have an option of being removed.  Or not. As the case may be.  Fuck!  I have a headache.

  9. You weren’t brought in by a monster flying stork. You weren’t found under a monster head of cabbage. You weren’t found down a deep mine shaft. So that means you’re not animal, vegetable or mineral. The origin of life is a big philosophical mystery, and so are you Grandad.

  10. As one philosopher said: to be is to do. As another philosopher said: to do is to be. And as Frank Sinatra synthesized it melodiously:

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