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My Family
Who doesn't have an Uncle Bubba, with the beer belly and obnoxious belching, or the Aunt Petunia with the bright red lipstick and too-tight pants? We all have at least one person in the family tree we'd all wish would be plucked.

This category is for all those stories about loud aunts, drunk brothers, slutty sisters, and flatulent uncles. If your relatives would make a good comedy routine, then we want to hear about them.
  • — My Family —
    Posted by Anonymous

    My sister is 39 and still lives at home with our dad. She doesn't do anything around the house - it's a pig sty.
    She goes to school,but doesn't pursue any type of degree.
    She works in fast food places and has about 100 credit cards maxed out. The bill collectors call daily: my dad won't even pick up the phone anymore.
    How can anyone be so fucking useless?

    #3260 — Comments (5) — Mar 7, 2004 at 9:15 AM — That's Juicy! (3) Remove It.
  • — My Family —
    Posted by Anonymous

    I have 4 older brothers, and I am the youngest. My oldest brother, Larry, was hated by everyone. He was a cruel, mean bully and a coward. A classic case of dishing it out, but couldn't take it.

    I was much younger than my other brothers who were 14, 12, 10, and 8 when I was born, so they had to protect me from Larry, or "Apeman" as we all called him.

    He could never keep friends or a job, because he was such a jerk by reflex. He wasn't smart like all the rest of us in the family, and Charles, my second oldest brother was bigger than him by the time they started grade school (people thought they were twins, despite the fact that Charles was 2 years younger).

    Eventually he was murdered by one of his "friends" who just wanted apeman to leave him alone.

    I Was Glad.

    I was only 14 at the time, and he was 28, but he was a parasite, and he scared my mom. None of us bothered to attend the trial for the guy that killed him, but if I had an opportunity, I would had plead for clemency.

    I cant remember any nice things that he ever did for me, but I can remember countless cruelties. On the occasions when he comes up in convesation, and people want to get sympathetic about his death, I tell them not to bother, he deserved it.

    #3228 — Comments (1) — Mar 6, 2004 at 8:59 PM — That's Juicy! (2) Remove It.
  • — My Family —
    Posted by Anonymous

    Make it good - confess the worst your family has to offer.

    #3211 — Comments (0) — Mar 6, 2004 at 7:03 PM — That's Juicy! (2) Remove It. ( * )
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