the stereotypical muslim family would choose a wife for their son, or something, i think.
my parents are very relaxed and modern, they wont suggest anything (plus all my cousins live in pakistan or denmark, and they know my views on cousin marriage). I will chose my own wife, and she might be muslim, or christian, or jew, or athiest, or agnostic, or satanic, or white, or black, or asian, or whatever
I'd agree with you but - and there's a big but - Einstein was a genius, am-i-right? A genius in a number of fields, HOWEVER, just because he was smart academically DOES NOT mean that his common sense was up to scratch.Well, I have news for you. Einstein married his cousin and since Einstein was the smartest person who ever lived, then you can also be the smartest person in Australia.
If you marry your cousin, you're not setting a bad example for society, you're setting a good example for Tasmanian's who can now look further down the family tree, further away from brother and/or sister.
I like my cousin very much and i find myself thinking about him a lot. I know that we are cousins and nothing can happen between us. This doesn't stop me talking to him, spending time with him alone.
He is always nice to me, a shoulder to cry on, to laugh with and enjoy time together.
We know a lot about each other. I know he has a crush on one of his friends but his friend recently rejected him and ended their friendship. I comforted him after that and we have been spending even MORE time together.
I know this is so wrong but i can't help it. Some days i can't go to sleep without thinking about him.
Anyone else ever felt attracted to their cousin/s and/or liked their cousin beyond 'cousinly' love?
What should i do? Do i tell him? Give him signs? What? Maybe i should just do nothing. hmm
lol what's with the censoring?This is disgusting. Incestuous.
You need to get out more.
Maybe watch Twilight or something.
Or develop some fanboi appreciation for what's his name ... the zac effron or something ...