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(The Scottish Sun)   Dear Deidre: I have longstanding fetish for my curvy, cheeky sister-in-law, and fondly recall mind-blowing sex I had with her on my wedding night. How can I end this affair? My wife is pregnant with our second kid and doesn't know about our thing   (thescottishsun.co.uk) divider line
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2020-08-03 5:22:57 AM  
Dear Deidre.

The usual made up bullshiat.

Yours,
The Sun staff.
 
2020-08-03 5:26:54 AM  
Dear Cheeky Monchichi, first thing is to admit that masturbating over a picture of your sister-in-law doesn't constitute "an affair", and second, please stop making up letters to give bullsh*t advice to pretend terrible people.
 
2020-08-03 5:32:43 AM  
Upload it to pornhub.
 
2020-08-03 6:08:23 AM  
You're probably already doing butt stuff, so keep on keeping on?
 
2020-08-03 7:05:56 AM  
Your wife knows what's going on, and that ain't your kid
 
2020-08-03 7:17:46 AM  
Dear Dierdre,

How am I supposed to deal with all these supermodels that want to date me because of my enormous penis and Olympic level lovemaking skills? It's not a problem of me being tired - I'm always ready to fly my private jet to Milan and pick up a pair of models for an all-night threesome. But I just can't find the time to manage my billionaire lifestyle with all this sex I'm having. Help!
 
2020-08-03 7:30:08 AM  
Dear Chav.

Threesomes and butt stuff.

Always.
 
2020-08-03 8:51:01 AM  
Dear Dierdre,

I'm am a horrible person.  A real stinking piece of shiat.  Can you please give me some advice on how I can either continue being a piece of shiat, and feel better about it, or how to cleanly get out of this situation without having to pay any sort of penalty for being such a piece of shiat?

Please advise.
 
2020-08-03 9:06:21 AM  
Giving it the benefit of the doubt for being real, I always read letters like this as asking, "I know this is farked up, but I like it and don't want to stop, so please tell me this is a special situation and it's all right to keep doing it."
 
2020-08-03 10:28:42 AM  
His sister-in-law...you know, the one in Canada.
 
2020-08-03 10:57:31 AM  
My sister in law is very good looking. I also briefly lived with her after she kicked out an ex and needed someone to sublet for 3 months (I was living at my parents' at the time so it was a no brainier). Not even once.
 
2020-08-03 11:03:36 AM  
Dear Penthouse Diedre, I transcribing this to you because there isn't enough real-world drama to justify your column.

Sincerely,

Some Intern

Although, it could be real I guess. I could also win the lottery without ever buying a ticket.
 
2020-08-03 12:11:03 PM  
Ultimately, it will be impossible to break up with the sister in law without the wife finding out. This is the result of your selfish actions that frankly you should have considered the consequences of before you began any such affair, especially before making a commitment to your now wife and becoming a disappointment to your children.

Which means the only way to break up with the sister in law sadly is to let her down that hard way, preferably with a shovel or a hammer.
 
2020-08-03 12:44:27 PM  

mattgsx: My sister in law is very good looking. I also briefly lived with her after she kicked out an ex and needed someone to sublet for 3 months (I was living at my parents' at the time so it was a no brainier). Not even once.


I'm assuming you're a guy.

Your wife's sister?  Or your brother's wife?  Neither scenario makes sense to me.
 
2020-08-03 1:17:19 PM  

wet drum sandwich: Giving it the benefit of the doubt for being real, I always read letters like this as asking, "I know this is farked up, but I like it and don't want to stop, so please tell me this is a special situation and it's all right to keep doing it."


"Please tell me it's because God loves me and wants me to be happy"
 
2020-08-03 2:36:33 PM  

wax_on: Dear Deidre.

The usual made up bullshiat.

Yours,
The Sun staff.


jesus it makes slate look like the economist
 
2020-08-03 2:56:16 PM  

EasilyDistracted: mattgsx: My sister in law is very good looking. I also briefly lived with her after she kicked out an ex and needed someone to sublet for 3 months (I was living at my parents' at the time so it was a no brainier). Not even once.

I'm assuming you're a guy.

Your wife's sister?  Or your brother's wife?  Neither scenario makes sense to me.


Yeah, I could have explained that better. I am a guy, and it was before my wife and I got married but had been dating for a while. My "now" wife had a lease that ended at the end of May, and the "now" SIL (her sister) broke up with her BF/roommate right around Valentine's day. So I moved in around the end of February, I moved back out the end of May, and my gf (now wife) and her sister signed a new lease starting June 1.

Not to confuse things even further, but when I moved out, it was to sublet my brother's apartment, which, before he moved in, was the sister's place, and after we got married, I moved BACK into the same apartment I had lived in for 3 months (and we turned the spare bedroom into a studio for teaching). So at separate times, there were 3 members of my family (including myself) that lived in the same 2 apartments back to back. If I go back even further, before I moved back in w my parents, I had lived with my brother at an apartment that, before us, was being leased by MY sister. Needless to say, we all had a lot of each other's furniture due to not wanting to move stuff, and I somehow ended up with most of it - I have a few pieces of furniture in my house now that have been abandoned by other family members 2-3 times as a "here, you deal with this" kind of deal, and the current residents at my "3 apartments ago" apartments are still using the entertainment center my brother and I had abandoned there a good 12 years ago (it was set up right against windows so you can see it when you go past).
 
2020-08-03 4:09:21 PM  

mattgsx: EasilyDistracted: mattgsx: My sister in law is very good looking. I also briefly lived with her after she kicked out an ex and needed someone to sublet for 3 months (I was living at my parents' at the time so it was a no brainier). Not even once.

I'm assuming you're a guy.

Your wife's sister?  Or your brother's wife?  Neither scenario makes sense to me.

Yeah, I could have explained that better. I am a guy, and it was before my wife and I got married but had been dating for a while. My "now" wife had a lease that ended at the end of May, and the "now" SIL (her sister) broke up with her BF/roommate right around Valentine's day. So I moved in around the end of February, I moved back out the end of May, and my gf (now wife) and her sister signed a new lease starting June 1.

Not to confuse things even further, but when I moved out, it was to sublet my brother's apartment, which, before he moved in, was the sister's place, and after we got married, I moved BACK into the same apartment I had lived in for 3 months (and we turned the spare bedroom into a studio for teaching). So at separate times, there were 3 members of my family (including myself) that lived in the same 2 apartments back to back. If I go back even further, before I moved back in w my parents, I had lived with my brother at an apartment that, before us, was being leased by MY sister. Needless to say, we all had a lot of each other's furniture due to not wanting to move stuff, and I somehow ended up with most of it - I have a few pieces of furniture in my house now that have been abandoned by other family members 2-3 times as a "here, you deal with this" kind of deal, and the current residents at my "3 apartments ago" apartments are still using the entertainment center my brother and I had abandoned there a good 12 years ago (it was set up right against windows so you can see it when you go past).


The Aristocrats!
 
2020-08-03 4:59:21 PM  

mattgsx: EasilyDistracted: mattgsx: My sister in law is very good looking. I also briefly lived with her after she kicked out an ex and needed someone to sublet for 3 months (I was living at my parents' at the time so it was a no brainier). Not even once.

I'm assuming you're a guy.

Your wife's sister?  Or your brother's wife?  Neither scenario makes sense to me.

Yeah, I could have explained that better. I am a guy, and it was before my wife and I got married but had been dating for a while. My "now" wife had a lease that ended at the end of May, and the "now" SIL (her sister) broke up with her BF/roommate right around Valentine's day. So I moved in around the end of February, I moved back out the end of May, and my gf (now wife) and her sister signed a new lease starting June 1.

Not to confuse things even further, but when I moved out, it was to sublet my brother's apartment, which, before he moved in, was the sister's place, and after we got married, I moved BACK into the same apartment I had lived in for 3 months (and we turned the spare bedroom into a studio for teaching). So at separate times, there were 3 members of my family (including myself) that lived in the same 2 apartments back to back. If I go back even further, before I moved back in w my parents, I had lived with my brother at an apartment that, before us, was being leased by MY sister. Needless to say, we all had a lot of each other's furniture due to not wanting to move stuff, and I somehow ended up with most of it - I have a few pieces of furniture in my house now that have been abandoned by other family members 2-3 times as a "here, you deal with this" kind of deal, and the current residents at my "3 apartments ago" apartments are still using the entertainment center my brother and I had abandoned there a good 12 years ago (it was set up right against windows so you can see it when you go past).


And now I've gone cross-eyed.
 
2020-08-03 5:22:26 PM  

Candygram for Mongo: Your wife knows what's going on, and that ain't your kid


I bet she slept with his father.
 
2020-08-03 7:15:26 PM  

TruBluTroll: mattgsx: EasilyDistracted: mattgsx: My sister in law is very good looking. I also briefly lived with her after she kicked out an ex and needed someone to sublet for 3 months (I was living at my parents' at the time so it was a no brainier). Not even once.

I'm assuming you're a guy.

Your wife's sister?  Or your brother's wife?  Neither scenario makes sense to me.

Yeah, I could have explained that better. I am a guy, and it was before my wife and I got married but had been dating for a while. My "now" wife had a lease that ended at the end of May, and the "now" SIL (her sister) broke up with her BF/roommate right around Valentine's day. So I moved in around the end of February, I moved back out the end of May, and my gf (now wife) and her sister signed a new lease starting June 1.

Not to confuse things even further, but when I moved out, it was to sublet my brother's apartment, which, before he moved in, was the sister's place, and after we got married, I moved BACK into the same apartment I had lived in for 3 months (and we turned the spare bedroom into a studio for teaching). So at separate times, there were 3 members of my family (including myself) that lived in the same 2 apartments back to back. If I go back even further, before I moved back in w my parents, I had lived with my brother at an apartment that, before us, was being leased by MY sister. Needless to say, we all had a lot of each other's furniture due to not wanting to move stuff, and I somehow ended up with most of it - I have a few pieces of furniture in my house now that have been abandoned by other family members 2-3 times as a "here, you deal with this" kind of deal, and the current residents at my "3 apartments ago" apartments are still using the entertainment center my brother and I had abandoned there a good 12 years ago (it was set up right against windows so you can see it when you go past).

And now I've gone cross-eyed.


Yep, that sounds about right. My family was very "uncle cousin grandpa" when it came to coming and going from our poorly regulated low rent housing.
 
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