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Aren't those the beginning lines of the song "I'm my own Grandpa?"
i believe the name of the song you are thinking of is "i'm my own grandpa"
Father (F) m. Daughter (D) and Son (S) m. Widow (W).S+W= Son A (SA)F+D= Son B (SB)SA will be F's half-grandson and half-brother.SB will be S's half-brother and half-grandson.This is so "Wuthering Heights"....
The relationship is gonna be weird!
If the "relationship between the sons" means what is the relationship of the son(s) of one of the marriages to the son(s) of the other marriage, they are in each case uncles and nephews (taking account in each case of both parents).
Jebus, who cares. Stay away from these people.
In my family a set 2 brothers married 2 sisters. Took a while for family tree maker to take it.And I've wondered if in a state that allows first cousin marriage, if a set of identical twin boys marries a set of identical twin girls, will the kids who are legally first cousins but genetically siblings be allowed to marry?
The song "I'm my own grandpa" is all about this situation.
It's a straightforward exercise in genetics to calculate the coefficient of consanguinity, but I'm too stoned to do it right now. Right now I just think the term "coefficient of consanguinity" sounds really cool.
The point of this post was to click through and discover what was funny, but these comments help me see that people don't do that.The question was asked in the year 800.
I clicked through immediately, and the thing that amused me was that it was written ca. 800 as part of a set of questions for "sharpening the young" -- i.e., as something like a high school textbook. If you put a question like that to American high school students now, you'd hear exploding skulls from sea to shining sea.
Umm... Men don't bear children.
Half the folks in Western Kentucky I grew up with had families like this. We called each other cousin. Or Cuz. - Kentucky Krumhorn
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