r/Askreddit What Crazy Secret Was Revealed In Your Family?

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r/Askreddit In today's Askreddit thread, users share their dark family secrets. One user tells us about his grandma, who was a notorious bootlegger back during prohibition. She would help illegally transport bottles of alcohol in her vehicle. When she got caught, the state demanded that she confess to her crimes. She refused, so the state gave her a lifetime driving ban. Crazy, right?

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    rSlashrSlashСарын өмнө
    • send doggo pics

      bitten eggbitten egg6 өдрийн өмнө
    • Congratulations on the beautiful baby!!

      Rell Ze HyroRell Ze HyroСарын өмнө
    • Congratulations on the new baby!! Btw one of my kids 'safety anklet' actually slipped off during our stay at the hospital! Luckily, didnt get in trouble, I just slipped it back on her ankle and put some cute socks to keep it from falling again. My ex-husband actually got in trouble for walking out in the hallway with our 1st child in his arms, as we headed to the required baby-take home session the hospital made all new parents attend before discharge. They lightly scolded him, and watched him until he put her back in the hospital bassinet, and wheeled her back into the hallway.

      M LopezM LopezСарын өмнө
    • 😊

      Katherine KnappKatherine KnappСарын өмнө
    • Hey r slash I had a few question I wanted to ask you not in the comments section I promise no choosing begging or entitled from me but I know you be a busy boi can you inform me how I can send you said message?

      Justin EppersonJustin EppersonСарын өмнө
  • imagine if the fire alarm had gone off the same day that Rslash asked the nurse about "what if someone pulled the fire alarm to steal a baby?" Also I love the fact how it sounds like his wife was basically like "ignore him, he's an idiot please don't call security"

    silverstar1178silverstar11783 өдрийн өмнө
  • When my twin and I was born we also got thous hospital wristbands on and they arnt always perfect. My dad told me once that there is a verry small chance that me and my twin was switched with echother. Wile still at the hospital he had to change our cloth i think it was and the band fell of us (it didnt break it just sliped over our small baby hands) he hurryed to pik them up and put them back on but even tho he said he was sure gave the right one on us there was always a small chance he had switched them and I could have ben my brother and him me. Today i ofcors know they wasnt switched since im a blood doner and have the rarest type in the world witch my brother dosnt. But it was fun thinking that if it had ben me and my brother would leagily have to trade life at evrything we had even jobs and education papirs 😆

    Morten HermannMorten Hermann6 өдрийн өмнө
  • My Dad was an Atomic Soldier we found out in the 1970's. It was a bit of an event after watching this news show that my Dad said "oh I was there" My Mom is frantically trying to write down the phone number on the TV of who to call. I still remember that night.

    Felecia SchreierFelecia Schreier12 өдрийн өмнө
  • rSlash about your childs birth- Welcome to the world of Emergency Management- where we always try to things how things can go bad

    Felecia SchreierFelecia Schreier12 өдрийн өмнө
  • When I had my son they let us walk to hallways with him and they didn’t tell me that an alarm would got off I was near an elevator. Well I got like 100 ft from it and the alarm went off. The amount of time it took a nurse to get there from literally just around the corner was alarming… she wasn’t running either…

    glitter_unicornglitter_unicorn12 өдрийн өмнө
  • I always thought the way those bands they give babies and parents only lock the doors if the baby is being taken toward a hospital door without its parents and their bands there too. So the door should open if it's parents + baby, especially in an emergency like a fire, but not if it's baby alone or baby + stranger w/o matching band.

    Jinkinson SmithJinkinson Smith12 өдрийн өмнө
  • My dad jokingly asked the nurse if they could let my biliruben count go back up a little so I would sleep. She too had a horrified expression on her face at the question. It must be a dad thing.

    J JJ J14 өдрийн өмнө
  • i actually learned recently (bout 3 years ago) that my grandpa had a brother and that they both got separated from another around WW2 when escaping the invasion of the Japanese in China where they lived. To this day he has no idea where his brother is, if he survived at all and he hates late night ww2 dramas on TV because of the event. (to be fair the late night ww2 dramas are very stale and over the top. but the explosions are cool)

    DragonBird 109DragonBird 10915 өдрийн өмнө
  • Ok tbh all the baby wrist-band story made me go... WHAAAAAT THE FUUUUUUUCK ??

    el pel p17 өдрийн өмнө
  • Atomic Solider sounds much cooler than it actually is. next thing you know your children have four arms

    Kingston PhillipsKingston Phillips17 өдрийн өмнө
  • so practically there's a village made of almost one family??

    Thomas BraeuningThomas Braeuning18 өдрийн өмнө
  • As someone in small town canada....15k? Dude my entire town is only 20k total

    Cursed PaladinCursed Paladin19 өдрийн өмнө
  • That Grandma is awesome

    GreninzoGreninzo19 өдрийн өмнө
  • That hospital story... you were right though, lol!! 🤣

    AaliyahAaliyah20 өдрийн өмнө
  • This reminds me of a story my friend told me. He said that his parents used to smuggle illegal immigrants and weed over the arizona-mexico border for money.

    idk what to put hereidk what to put here21 өдрийн өмнө
  • Sweet Home Canada...

    Joseph GloriaJoseph Gloria21 өдрийн өмнө
  • Here's actually why the stereotypical "sheep shagger" thing started: A common punishment for shagging a sheep was to have some fingers cut off. Wales (And possibly Ireland) were mainly farmers, who had dangerous tools which, you guessed it, caused many fingers to be chopped off (By accident). This lead to those unfortunate to have an accident with a shears to mistakenly be marked as "sheep shaggers", hence the stereotype.

    Rhys TedstoneRhys Tedstone21 өдрийн өмнө
  • Me sitting here being born and raised in Ontario hoping I'm not related to that guy XD

    QuartyDawnQuartyDawn21 өдрийн өмнө
  • One of my great uncles killed his son.

    Celeste NavaCeleste Nava22 өдрийн өмнө
  • Rslash, your content is cool and i love listening to the podcast. if i could give one critique, your old person voice actually hurts. I get your setting the mood but like-

    Ryleigh BarkRyleigh Bark22 өдрийн өмнө
  • The one with the fire alarm and the lockdown, that's how I think! I would never act on that, but I know where, when, and how to do something not normal... it's kinda scary!🤣 I mean, what the heck!

    WoodyWoody23 өдрийн өмнө
  • that fucking legand

    mr gemsmr gems23 өдрийн өмнө
  • Great grandpa was a moonshiner. He once went to jail for blowing to tracks. Told great grandma too. When he was old he would get drunk and pass out on the lawn. Grandma, grand aunt 1 and 2 the last of the siblings livin near him at the time wouldn’t let him buy alcohol or buy it for him. He asked one to buy him fruits, another yeast, another sugar. He made moonshine and got drunk, police got involved because he was doing something on the lawn(don’t remember what), grandma asked who got him drunk and he replied “You did”, “What?! No I didn’t” “You three bought me the ingredients”

    NeixNeix23 өдрийн өмнө
  • Im confused about one of the stories the one about the mom and the 3 siblings and the husband

    Happy GAMERHappy GAMER23 өдрийн өмнө
  • I got a fun little story: My great grandma Anna was left a widow before WW2. Her Husband, my great grandfather Dankert, had unfortunately rowed himself to death when he and my great grandmother was caught in a bad storm at sea in only a small rowboat. He was able to get them both to shore, but unfortunately only days later he passed away. The cause being overexertion. Anna was left alone without a husband and with 5 young kids who had to be clothed and fed. Back in those days in Northern Norway, women were not allowed to work a mans job. But Anna was both desperate and resourceful. She was a bulky and strong woman, so work was something she was very used to. With no other alternative, she donned Dankerts clothes and took a job at the local fishery. Seeing as strong and reliable Anna was, no one ever suspected her to be anything but a hard working man. Strong, talked and swore like a man and with a liking to alcohol of the stronger type, Anna was accepted by every man at the fishery to be her late husband Dankert himself. The thing that finally had her exposed as a woman, was that one of the workers had a glimpse at her going to the bathroom. During the war, she and many other locals were part of an civilian group that hid from German troops in a large cave on the shoreline of Sørøya Island in Northern Norway. I was but a wee little 4 year old boy when my great grandma Anna passed away, so I barely remember her. But I do remember her spirit, the feeling of her. Anna passed away peacefully in her home in the spring of 1988. There is an biography written about Anna, titled Dankert Anna that is written by a man called Arild Mikkelsen. It is a fairly short book, but a unbelievable story and a great insight at what life was like back then in Northern Norway. To say that I am proud of my great grandma Anna is an enormous understatement!

    Harald JohansenHarald Johansen24 өдрийн өмнө
  • My grandmother was getting robbed once and the man's hand was shaky so she told him. " you don't know how to rob someone let me show you" she took the gun out of his hand and then pointed it at his head and said "get down or I'll kill you" then called the cops. 🤣. My other grandma is so paranoid she has machetes all over the house. She likes to wave them around when people are around to show them she will use them. 🤣 the men who look at her house always see the weapons and look paled. Lol both my grandmother's lived on the country side of Mexico. It's funny.

    Naviita RamroNaviita Ramro25 өдрийн өмнө
  • Funny thing about that grandma being a bootlegger. My grandpa was a bootlegger who knew the original Colonel Sanders, ya the KFC Colonel Sanders I'm serious we have pictures and drove him across State lines during the prohibition so he could get drunk.

    AuraNightAuraNight26 өдрийн өмнө
  • My great great great grandfather allegedly was Sixto Reyes, one of the fastest gunmen in Dominican Republic.

    Cats Are CuteCats Are Cute26 өдрийн өмнө
  • Damn,grandma be badass

    Kali WarnerKali Warner26 өдрийн өмнө
  • I’m from Canada as well but a couple days away from Ontario

    This guyThis guy26 өдрийн өмнө
  • 14:20 I also watched that documentary.

    RieRie26 өдрийн өмнө
  • My parents don't share a bedroom. I am one of 7 children but we grew up knowing they just weren't romantic. It was weird, but I found out when i was thirty that my dad had a penchant for hookers and had several over at the house while we were out of town. We were little. But sweet Mary! That was wild

    Jerry KnucklesJerry Knuckles26 өдрийн өмнө
  • The grandma sounds like the type of person to wrestle 10 alligators with a baby in their hand and win

    NotBaconNotBacon26 өдрийн өмнө
  • Im listening to the VPN 'story" waiting to hear what an entitled family member did. Took me a while to realize it was an ad. Great work r/slash!!

    Dawn StoneDawn Stone27 өдрийн өмнө
  • His hospital story is the best 😂😂😂

    bluebabe6bluebabe627 өдрийн өмнө
  • I think the nurse was more likely to realize that someone could do that, than thinking you would do that. It's a good point to bring up.

    Brandy HooperBrandy Hooper28 өдрийн өмнө
  • As someone who works in the medical industry. Hospitals are often defend in place as it'd be a panic and pandemonium if they had to evacuate every time the alarm was pulled. It doesn't make Rslash's story any less interesting, but perhaps the nurse was more humoring you?

    LugialuvrLugialuvr28 өдрийн өмнө
  • Congratulations rSlash family!

    SimplySarahJoySimplySarahJoy29 өдрийн өмнө
  • Re: not taking shelter during a tornado -- when I was a wee runt back in the 70s and we heard a tornado watch or warning we would go out to the back porch of gramma's old farmhouse and look for it.

    Scooter BondScooter Bond29 өдрийн өмнө
  • I have a cousin that is actually my aunt & she doesn't know...I also just found out I have a half brother out there somewhere but don't know his name so I can't find him..

    ANGEL OF DARKNESSANGEL OF DARKNESSСарын өмнө
  • I imagine the Grandma to be like the Grandma in the Madagascar movies

    Sauraav JayrajhSauraav JayrajhСарын өмнө
  • i remember when illuminaughtii or however you spell her name was skeptical that you were gaining subs naturally.

    NeedyBoBeedyNeedyBoBeedyСарын өмнө
    • so long ago.

      NeedyBoBeedyNeedyBoBeedyСарын өмнө
  • That documentary on the atomic blasts is on youtube somwehere, I've seen it, terrifying

    Tessa KTessa KСарын өмнө
  • It’s not at all uncommon to have a high number of relatives on those dna sites. I have over 1500 as well. Most of those are distant cousins going back decades and longer.

    SwimmerGotSoulSwimmerGotSoulСарын өмнө
  • Omg, I have a similar story there are 5 generations of my family in the town that I live in and there are enough of us to fill a high-school as well. I have a big family

    Noddra TaylorNoddra TaylorСарын өмнө
  • The hospital security story reminds me of ANOTHER time, pre-pandemic, I learned how hospitals prevent babies from being kidnapped...that's right, with vigilant receptionists! My friend, a pre-med, had a job at the hospital where she was pretty much the first line of defense for the babies...that is, she sat at the front desk, did her homework, and any time anyone came through the door wanting to get past her, she checked that they were approved to be in the new baby ward before letting them through. Protect babies while getting your homework done -- ngl, sounds like the best college job in existence. Also, just for the record, my friend is NOT the beefy security guard type at all! Last I saw her, she's fairly average build and probably less than 5'5"!

    Arcanine-EspeonArcanine-EspeonСарын өмнө
  • Im just surprised a lot of Cambodian kids dont even know about the Khmer Rouge. No joke

    SweetCakeySweetCakeyСарын өмнө
  • Now i want to see an episode narrated by your wife XD

    Jennifer GerryJennifer GerryСарын өмнө
  • Me being from a small town in Ontario Canada

    Ben WatsonBen WatsonСарын өмнө
  • I wonder how many of the NASCAR originals the grandmother met.

    Roy BRoy BСарын өмнө
  • When my son was born about 4 years ago I asked some of the same questions you did. I got some a strange look but my situation was different and they probably thought I would leave with my son. He was born 2 months early. He's is fine now.

    Evil BucketEvil BucketСарын өмнө
  • PapaSlash

    Itslefty GamerItslefty GamerСарын өмнө
  • I hate when men say " I we/ my wife and I gave birth." No, she gave birth. You helped conceive. At best you were in the room telling her to push. She went through the risks, pain and discomfort of nine months which is enough to earn her the sole right to take credit. Just my personal opinion but ugh it's such a pet peeve. Say " we had a baby" , but the birth was all her

    Kat BelvecchioKat BelvecchioСарын өмнө
  • the town at 12:50 is tottally mctier ontario 100% kids there are born with an extra three toes on there hands

    HotdogHotdogСарын өмнө
  • 5:56 Joseph Joestar in a nutshell

    Dacres DonteDacres DonteСарын өмнө
  • I feel that the biggest family "secret" that I myself am involved in as is my nans abuse towards me,my mum and grandad.

    The rainbow Aspie with the dreadlocksThe rainbow Aspie with the dreadlocksСарын өмнө
  • [12:42] Is it Kinmount, Ontario? It's about an hour away from my hometown of Lindsay, and the oft' told Joke is "Why did they call it 'Kinmount'?... Because they couldn't put 'cousin-f**ker' on the signs"

    J RJ RСарын өмнө
  • OH NO- when rSlash said, "They're like fifty Dollars what's the harm?" My audio was glitching and I was half paying attention to something I was writing so I heard "The baby- They're like fifty Dollars what's the harm?" o-o

    { Displeased Lemon }{ Displeased Lemon }Сарын өмнө
  • "What happens if someone snatches a baby, pulls a fire alarm, and runs away with the baby?"....You my friend have been on reddit far to long.

    ThorsHammer0999ThorsHammer0999Сарын өмнө
  • My great grandfather was a commercial and private pilot in his hay day, and he flew then senator John F Kennedy. How he described him was “just another man who put his pants on one leg at a time”

    Connor McGrathConnor McGrathСарын өмнө
  • I have a crazy story of my own: I nearly died just hours after I was born. I was born premature, apparently got stuck on the way out and had to be pulled out with a vacuum of sorts. That had a knock on affect, my breathing and heart began struggling and I was placed in an incubator to try and keep me alive. According to what my parents told me I only had a 2/10 chance of pulling through. I was in there for over a month, my parents spent many sleepless nights in the hospital, just praying to see if I’d make it. Long story short...I pulled through. But not unscathed. My organs are all 20% weaker than the average person, my development was slightly delayed (took me a while to start walking and talking), and I have lax muscle tone all down my right side. Basically that means I have less muscle control/coordination on my right side. One effect is I have a lack of dexterity in my right hand and occasionally my right foot just falls onto its side whilst I’m walking

    CyborgCharlotteCyborgCharlotteСарын өмнө
  • I love when it seems you asking a really inappropriate question but you really just thinking about the flaws in it over the success of it

    Dirt_DGamesDirt_DGamesСарын өмнө
  • Rslash ahould make tik toks. Lol

    Ryan TRyan TСарын өмнө
  • Omg the inbred town in Ontario my dads been there for work he didn’t even know it’s an honest to god travel spot just for that reason

    Lyzette BlackstonLyzette BlackstonСарын өмнө
    • It’s like it’s own little island

      Lyzette BlackstonLyzette BlackstonСарын өмнө
  • Okay, so... hearing these stories reminded me of something. My great grandpa was a somewhat famous cyclist in Italy and Australia. I believe he even made it to the olympics... and brought the drink bottle holders on bikes to Australia. I was talking with my dad about him and I had jokingly said to him ‘oh, I but his last request was to see his bike one last time.’ That’s when I found out that in his... second last year, I believe, of living, he traveled to Australia from Italy, to see all his family and his bike. At that very same time, my dad, who lived in Australia, went to Italy to visit him. ,y dad waited and spend a few months with my great grandpa when he returned back (my dad couldn’t leave Italy because he broke his arm and needed to rest) That was the final time my dad saw his grandfather as my great grandpa’s trip to Australia he got blood clots, if that’s what it’s called and a year later, that’s what killed him. The desire to see family and cycling once again was the reason why and how he died. One last thing though... as a tribute to him, there’s a cycling path in Italy, or France, that involves around where he used to live. Sorry, I know know one cares but I also remembered something. Early last year my grandpa died. He was an amazing artist! If you gave him an art style to replicate he could do it and with so much accuracy! He was so good at this to the point where he was commissioned to make a painting that was following the aboriginal art style and the painting would be given to an aboriginal person. Note that my grandpa was also Italian, but lived in Australia, so he did the art piece and his replica was so accurate that it was very hard to tell he wasn’t done by an aboriginal, even the person who received it had to be told. Both of these stories sound like they should be finished with ‘then everybody clapped’, but both are true, I promise! I’ve seen enough reddit stuff to know that it’s very difficult to get away with fake stories.

    Keef A CornKeef A CornСарын өмнө
  • Dad: "I had to walk 10 km to school every day" Me, a Pokemon Go player: "Think of how many Pokemon eggs I could hatch!"

    EvilmotorsportsEvilmotorsportsСарын өмнө
  • DAMN OP'S GRANDMA DON'T GIVE A SHIT

    Matthew RogersMatthew RogersСарын өмнө
  • My great grandfather had 2 families that only met at his funeral.

    Francisco J Gonzalez SolisFrancisco J Gonzalez SolisСарын өмнө
  • My highschool was 200 people lol. my graduating class was 34.

    some random guysome random guyСарын өмнө
  • I found out that My uncle was in prison for murder

    Fuck offFuck offСарын өмнө
  • He stole the baby

    acetominophenacetominophenСарын өмнө
  • Being the son of a moonshiner. I damn near wrecked my semi laughing at grandma. LOL 😂

    Stephen BrownStephen BrownСарын өмнө
  • Ancestry DNA led to me discovering three unknown relatives on my Mom's side just between my Grandma and her two sisters. It's insane. One first cousin, one first cousin once removed and one second cousin. I've managed to meet two and communicate with the third on Facebook.

    Queen Of PutrescenceQueen Of PutrescenceСарын өмнө
  • My grandmother became a teacher by a mail order course, meanwhile only making it to 8th grade herself. She started the PTA in her school district. She had her own regular column in the newspaper. She became a genealogist and traced the family roots to King Charlemagne. And she claims we are also related to Mother Goose, and yes, she was real. Mrs. Foster, a widow with several children, met Mr. Goose, a widower with several children and they married, bringing the total of kids to nearly a dozen. She lived in the mid 1600's.

    Billie DavisBillie DavisСарын өмнө
  • My boyfriend worked in a KFC and is utterly disgusted by the gravy. So everytime we mention KFC I have to bring back the gravy and he's always like 'the gravy is so gross'. It makes me laugh so bad

    Chanelle BlouetChanelle BlouetСарын өмнө
  • There is a Mexican movie about how two babies where going to get their wrist band but she placed the babies down with the wrist band off and then forgot which was which so the movie is about how the babies were changed and one grew with a rich family and the other with a poor family

    Han Alex Crane AlisterHan Alex Crane AlisterСарын өмнө
  • damn i wish my grandparents were cool, all i've got is a racist grandmother who thinks the president is a hologram i'd kill for some cool family stories

    GalaxxiGalaxxiСарын өмнө
  • he scared a nurse do you know how hard it is to do that?!?!?!?!?!

    Hangi ZoeHangi ZoeСарын өмнө
  • 5:37 Oh shit grandma could have been an OG Nascar driver.

    Steven BoykinSteven BoykinСарын өмнө
  • I've got a story that would fit in this question. All my life I've grown up thinking I was my grandparents oldest grandchild, I got a message around November last year from a girl that said she was adopted when she was a baby and decided to take a dna test. She got in touch with her bio mom who told her her bio dad was my uncle and she was reaching out to try and meet her family. So it turns out I have a first cousin who is 4 years older than me that was kinda kept hush-hush this whole time that if rumors are true may or may not be for the reasons you think they were kept secret.

    Steven BoykinSteven BoykinСарын өмнө
  • Ok so I may be a little behind but when are we gonna have Lilly bloopers or have I missed those already? I've kinda been cheating on Rslash with some of the other other reddit youtubers I feel a little bad now.

    Steven BoykinSteven BoykinСарын өмнө
  • cool

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  • My mother's oldest sister was the result of an affair her father had before getting married. She was always part of the family in the later years, but I can't help wanting to know how the initial introductions were made.

    Puppi LullPuppi LullСарын өмнө
  • Ah..... OP must be feeling really horrible now that she realizes they're inbred...oof

    WAAAH WaluigiWAAAH WaluigiСарын өмнө
  • Damn I wish that was my grandma

    DabermcdabbersonDabermcdabbersonСарын өмнө
  • So my dad had been told that his father committed suicide, but recently found out that his father had actually been killed by the Irish mafia. Guess his father owed them too much money. Wild stuff.

    Breathless2012Breathless2012Сарын өмнө
  • My aunt decided to do some digging into our family history. Through her, we've met a lot of very extended family and some are really into this huge family of Skys. I've personally never been a family person, so I've never cared too much about what she discovered. Until she found Dorthea Sky, whom she downright REFUSED to add to the family tree on her website. I sensed some tea ready to be spilled so I contacted the detective who was had found our other family etc . I assumed she must have done something very horrible for my aunt to be so adamant on not even TALKING about her. Dorthea Sky was a laundry thief. She stole laundry when people hung them outside to dry. That was the terrible thing my aunt wanted to hide 😂 😂 😂

    Ayla SkyAyla SkyСарын өмнө
  • It is _REALLY_ hard to switch babies, but RSlash don't terrify the poor nurse! 😂 Seriously though I've been in the hospital when I code pink, missing or kidnapped child, was called. It was scary af, but I'm so glad they have some preventives in place! Hope you, your wife, and your new beautiful baby girl are doing well! Stay safe! 🤟👨‍👩‍👧

    MannyBot -DEAF-MannyBot -DEAF-Сарын өмнө
  • My family name in Ireland was O’Baxter. My uncle told us when our relatives came to America they removed the “O” and became Baxter because my family were known horse thieves. Lol

    keri402keri402Сарын өмнө
  • My Unt used to be a nice person when I was a kid. My father was navy when I was born in southern california. He got out a few years later after being in for 6 years. We moved back to his home state of missouri. I was 4 and we stayed for 4 years before moving back to cali where my mom's family is. My dad's sister was really nice to me when i was a kid but when we came to live in missouri in early 90s I was 19 she really didn't like me much for some reason.one of my hobbies is cooking. I trey and cook pretty much anything that i can find in recipies. I learned alot from mom her sisters and her mom but hadn't been around the ladies in dad's side much.My grandma had been married 2 times. He first 3 boys which my dad was one of. My bio grandpa split on my gma when my dad was 8 months old.another man stepped in and a year and a half later he became the only grandpa I knew on dad's side. They went on to have 4 other kids. 2 boys 2 girls and those 4 didn't always see we to eye with the first 3 boys. Well my uncle gary bought a nice Harley motorcycle before e moved from Texas after him and his wife divorced. he moved back home and he had my fAther work on the bike who was top notch mechanic.My dad stored it in my brothers garage and unknown to us the waif put out a stolen report with Lubbock tx police. They found out through my Unt who took the drug addled wife's side sneakily sent uncle in law to find the bike and then they sent the police to my brothers house and raided it for the bike or bro would get arrested. Plus my mom was ill at the time would be setting on the porch getting air when my aunt sons would drive by calling my mom vulgar names which always sent me and my bro into a fit of rage and calling out my cousins but they never showed up. For years we would stay cordial at grandma's house to keep her happy but inside we wanted to tear them aPart. Well we got revenge. We found out her youngest son stole fro my sister, he stole my blind grandma's bank card and spent pm at casinos, he ripped his own dad off the day he was being buried while everyone was at the funeral.he snuck into my grandma's house in the middle of night as she slept and stole MY inheritance of a box of old silver coins that was in her will to go to me since I am a collector. When we had proof I turned him in.when they busted him in middle of the night he even held his 2 heR old kid in front of himself so the cops would shoot him. He went to prison for 2 years.My aunt knew he was stealing but covering for him and his thieving wife. She also knew I narced him off. But to start shit with me would get her in trouble also. Then about 5 years ago she mentally got kicked in the gut in front of the family at xmas.since I took more interest in my grandmas cooking,I'm her first born grandkid. My aunt thought being oldest female child she would gr8 the family cookbook which goes back 5 generations. Nope my grandma gave it to me knowing my hobby and knowing I would add to it with my recipie I had from my ethnic friends from cali. Hindu Asian Hispanic black folks I sucked up any recipie of food I ate at their houses. My aunt looked like she wanted to kill me.her son stole my inheritance badmouthed my mom sent cops to my brother house and was the ring leader of it all so I took her inheritance and sent her son to jail. She doesn't talk to me anymore.

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  • Put baby/puppy bloopers at the end of every video

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  • Wait so how are they gonna stop someone from doing what you mentioned and taking the kid?

    Zero BoltZero BoltСарын өмнө
  • You said Nevada wrong

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  • I too grew up in a small town where everyone was related to me. Literally every. single. person. When I was in high school people used to like playing the "how are we related" game. They still intermarry a LOT.

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  • RSlash and the Baby Heisy

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  • Congratulations on your bub! Be prepared for r/entitledparents post to make you 10 times more angry then they did before! Also Love the Hospital story. Thats 100% what my hubby would have asked!

    Sarah HalliwellSarah HalliwellСарын өмнө
  • Ay congrats on the child my guy

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  • I found out that I'm the product of rape in my mommie's eyes! So she always hated me and took everything from me my whole life! I had to pay for the right to be a "family member"! She never loved or cared about me and always said that I was so needy! Hump but I was walking talking and potty trained btw 6-8 months, go figure. She told me that I was retarded and always took everything away from me including the house that I lived in. She made sure that I was never respected even by my 2 son's and paid my son's pappy to beat and rape me! Then told both of my son's that "I deserved it because I was the property of him because he had brought me and put his name on me because my daddy said so"! My son's believed that as well as what others had said including thier pappy and now they have serious problems and criminal records! But still much love for thier now dead grandma and very little love for me. When she died I didn't know that my oldest sister and brother had desided to sell the house, but my son's desided to call me and cuss me out about this! People I live Waaay out of state and couldn't make it to the funeral due to suffering from Covid-19 now for the 2nd time along with my husband. The one that my mom told me that "I had to give to my little sister because she deserved him since he was a good man and that I had messed up with love"! She even made me promise this to her.. Best laugh ever because the 2nd or 3rd Friday in September of 2002 while being reminded by mom little sister and baby son to "remember to take out the trash and don't forget to take out the trash"! Well I took out the trash and moved out down to San Antonio, TX to be with my then male friend who I married later in June

    C. R. Eppright-GivensC. R. Eppright-GivensСарын өмнө
    • June 20th 2003! So now I'm waiting for the looong slooow process of the house to be sold and I will take my shair give my son's a part of it and I will never ever set foot in her house again! Last time I was back in Texas and in her house was the day before my youngest son's wedding in August 2017! I wasn't even offered a cool glass of water but I asked my mom and sister if they needed something to eat because I was going to go and get some BBQ for my youngist son and meet his new family and my baby grandson. Of course they said yes well I did just that and no thank you and not even a little taste of the potato salad that they was fixing was offered! One of the best part is that mom had always told me that "she had a will and that she was only leaving me $2.00 so that I couldn't get anything of hers"! Well after she dies surprise there is no will and there never has been a will! She had mentally tortured me for many years at least over 30 years maybe more that "I would get nothing from her when she died and that I would have to pay to keep my little sister in her house "! Well she's been dead now for a year since April 2020 and because little sister got Covid-19 and all of the legal work proving that she was the owner of the house and that we are her children ect since she had no will lol! Plus she didn't have enough insurance to pay for her own funeral service and she had a lein on her house that my oldest sister and her husband had to come out of pocket for everything! I've offered to help her with this but my oldest brother is helping her. I just can't now since Covid-19 has made my husband lose 20% of his kidney function had 4 mini strokes and now a major stroke. It's messed up my kidneys and I've gotten kidney stones and infections again. My stomach cancer has gone back into remission, I've got the same type of cancer that killed our mother with I'm just not going to give up like mom did. Husband and I are now "Long Haulers" of Covid-19. So if mom had treated me like her daughter and not her personal piece of shit maybe her life would have been better, I know mine would have been.. But even with all that I've been put through I'm still much better off than ever! I've been truly blessed and I know it! Thanks for reading this!

      C. R. Eppright-GivensC. R. Eppright-GivensСарын өмнө
  • My family secret was also the mafia. I'm distantly related to Baby Face Nelson through my great grandmother. Not blood directly to him, but yes blood to one of his wingmen.

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