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Lazarus and the Gimp
25-09-2005, 17:07:51
I met my brother-in-law's brother for the first time today. He's got Union Jack tattoos and is currently reading "Mein Kampf". Lovely.

Apparantly he's finding the book "heavy going".

mr.G
25-09-2005, 17:27:46
kick him in the balls will you, with the compliments of retarded mrG

KrazyHorse@home
25-09-2005, 17:28:28
My uncle has spent between 5 and 10 years of his life behind bars for armed robbery and distribution of controlled substances. He's also got Hepatitis C (contracted from a shared needle while shooting smack)

4 of my aunts have been through AA or similar alcohol abuse programs

protein
25-09-2005, 18:48:19
Originally posted by Lazarus and the Gimp
I met my brother-in-law's brother for the first time today. He's got Union Jack tattoos and is currently reading "Mein Kampf". Lovely.

Apparantly he's finding the book "heavy going".
Nice. :vom:

Debaser
25-09-2005, 18:59:50
I'd quite to read Mein Kampf, just out of curiosity though you understand...

Don't really have any dodgy relations in my family. Either that or I'm considered the dodgy relation and nobody's told me...

Dyl Ulenspiegel
25-09-2005, 21:32:55
Originally posted by Lazarus and the Gimp

Apparantly he's finding the book "heavy going".

Ja stimmt!

protein
25-09-2005, 21:46:30
Originally posted by Debaser
I'd quite to read Mein Kampf, just out of curiosity though you understand...

Same as... but on the other hand it's probably really boring.

Scabrous Birdseed
25-09-2005, 22:29:10
My Uncle's wife is a psychiatrist and one of the most petty-evil women I've ever met. She has a lucrative side-business buying and (foully) cutting up appartments near her practice, then renting them at ridiculous prices to her own work experience interns. Anything that gets her money she'll go for - bullying people out of houses, etc. etc.

Oerdin
25-09-2005, 23:52:56
I don't know if I really have any dodgy relations. I have one handicapped aunt whom my great grandmother left a sizable trust fund since she really can't work and her husband is slightly retarded as well so he doesn't make much. When my great grand mother was dying of brain cancer (and thus totally unaware of what she was doing) my mother's aunt got her to sign over her whole estate (including control of the money which was to help support my handicapped aunt).

The family sued the shit out of my mother's aunt but it still took years to get the money back. It's pretty fucked up to try to steal from a handicapped person.

BigGameHunter
26-09-2005, 00:01:14
Especially if you're too dumb to get caught doing it!!

Oerdin
26-09-2005, 00:23:27
It's kind of hard to hide the fact that several hundred thousand dollars went missing. She tried to claim that the money was legally signed over to her but the court eventually ruled that a 90 year old woman with brain cancer who died days later was to far out of her mind for the signature to be legally binding.

DaShi
26-09-2005, 08:35:55
My father is an Italian-American running a casino for Native Americans. Which is not a bad thing, in itself, but everytime someone mentions Italian-American and casino in the same sentence, people think mafia.

The Norks
26-09-2005, 12:10:02
hmm.. I don't have any criminally insane relatives but I do have an Uncle, who last time I visited him, used the opening gambit 'do you know there's no law in this country against an Uncle marrying his niece?'. He then proceeded to feed local foxes ham from his (third storey) window and to tell me about how he used to frequent Dutch brothels until AIDS 'came out'. I didn't know whether to laugh or cry.

Rodgers
26-09-2005, 13:00:10
My uncle did time for embezzling his clients funds (solicitor). My mother claims that she was related to Ayatollah Khomeini by marriage (her second cousin married his great nephew).

Kitsuki
26-09-2005, 13:11:13
Originally posted by Lazarus and the Gimp
I met my brother-in-law's brother for the first time today. He's got Union Jack tattoos and is currently reading "Mein Kampf". Lovely.

Apparantly he's finding the book "heavy going".

Erk... If you winced at me you must have been in a right state on this one... :)

Venom
26-09-2005, 13:29:59
Bunch of shitty families here.

self biased
27-09-2005, 15:34:29
i know. makes my family seem tame by comparison.

JM^3
27-09-2005, 15:43:33
my sister neglects her kids, and leaves them for long lengths of time with random relatives..

when one had a broken arm she refused to take him to the doctor (my grandma did it...)

she dates child molesters, besides the general unsavory types like gang bangers and criminals (one of her boyfreinds was in jail for most of the time they dated)

she gets money from the state (child credit or something?) which she blows on herself, and expects relatives to pick up the cost for kids (everything they have is given to them by relatives), which she will then just leave behind whenever she feels she needs to leave a situation (which is another thing, she often just packs up and leaves, generally just steps ahead of the law/creditors) (although I think the grand theft auto charges against her were dropped)

she basically doesn't take care of her kids, and should never have become a mom

Jon Miller

Oerdin
27-09-2005, 15:46:45
There are a lot of fucked up parents like that. :(

JM^3
27-09-2005, 15:49:16
hers were

she was adopted into our family when she was 9 or so..

I don't understand how she can do that to her own kids..

JM

Kitsuki
27-09-2005, 16:27:20
Jings, my family now seems pretty normal....

MoSe
27-09-2005, 16:34:10
Originally posted by DaShi
everytime someone mentions Italian-American and casino in the same sentence, people think mafia.

I thought:

" :eek: Coooooool!"

MoSe
27-09-2005, 16:37:12
Originally posted by Debaser
Don't really have any dodgy relations in my family. Either that or I'm considered the dodgy relation and nobody's told me...

If only my family knew I'm posting on CG....

:nervous: