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Old 01-20-2004, 04:46 PM   #6
ac_miss
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Originally posted by WhoMe
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if you ARE a member of a small tribe, chances are:

1. Any relationship you wish to enter is with a relative or clan member.

2. The choices are limited and you do not see any eligible tribal members as a potential, life-long companion for one reason or another.


Have you heard of a "Catch 22?"
Hey, that's so true. My tribe or tribes are small , and we often wonder, "are we related?" In some way or another, we are. There's even some tribal members that don't even bother asking each other's clans. They end up marrying into the same one. It's so odd.

It's also funny hearing, "oh, it's ok to marry someone who is your 3rd cousin and beyond."

My husband and I are related way, way down the road somewhere. Kind of.......weird, ennit?
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