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But I do like your comment about the moonshine!
I think that may have been someone else Arbitrator because I never mentioned that.

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I think that may have been someone else Arbitrator because I never mentioned that.
I stand corrected, Wing Man! Let's give credit to the guy for the moonshine quip! Sorry about my blunder, Kind Sir!

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I stand corrected, Wing Man! Let's give credit to the guy for the moonshine quip! Sorry about my blunder, Kind Sir!
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All your wife has to do is to look at her friend with a concerned expression and say "Do you realize that you and your brother act more like husband and wife than siblings?". When the protestations begin, let the examples of their behavior shine forth. Followed by the statement that the behaviors make her uncomfortable.
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I can't see it is "wrong" if they aren't hurting each other.

Who cares what people do that are "gross." Consenting adults do all sorts of things that are "gross" and again, as long as they are two consenting people, who cares?
You could be right adults can do what they want but incest is just gross.
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You could be right adults can do what they want but incest is just gross.
If you wanna sleep with your siblings, sleep with your parents, or be married to 4 different wives, go live in Utah where you will fit right in.
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You could be right adults can do what they want but incest is just gross.
Yep, I'm on the same page. However, I find many things gross and would never partake in them myself. I just don't think what one finds "gross" should be the standard that others should be told to live their life by.

Sex with 450 lb women is pretty gross. But I won't go bashing a guy who's into that.
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Yep, I'm on the same page. However, I find many things gross and would never partake in them myself. I just don't think what one finds "gross" should be the standard that others should be told to live their life by.

Sex with 450 lb women is pretty gross. But I won't go bashing a guy who's into that.
(A) It's not very nice to do something like that to anybody, and

(B) I would not want to be on the receiving end of "a blind-sided haymaker" from a dainty 450 lb. lassie! It could well be hazardous to one's health!

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Yep, I'm on the same page. However, I find many things gross and would never partake in them myself. I just don't think what one finds "gross" should be the standard that others should be told to live their life by.

Sex with 450 lb women is pretty gross. But I won't go bashing a guy who's into that.
But sex with a 450lb woman would still be the natural thing to do because you are not mixing your same DNA's with one another.
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But sex with a 450lb woman would still be the natural thing to do because you are not mixing your same DNA's with one another.
Both are disturbing
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Both are disturbing
Just sayin.
One is a bit crazy but is something that some humans enjoy doing(bbw fetish), but mixing with your own kind is normally something that animals do so we should strive to be more evolved than that.
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I can't see it is "wrong" if they aren't hurting each other.

Who cares what people do that are "gross." Consenting adults do all sorts of things that are "gross" and again, as long as they are two consenting people, who cares?

It very well may be their business. The poster and his wife have the right to choose not to involve themselves. If your wife has been friends with the woman this long, possibly she could just ask if it is plaguing you guys. Now as for them not hurting themselves or others, have you thought that possibly an act like this has potential to hurt their family? Also, I am not so sure they are not hurting themselves. Wanting to be with your sibling is not natural and scores of emotional issues. I believe they should be seeing therapist, not each other. If in fact they are.
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Wingman, I say, go with your gut on this. I don't think you're crazy or jumping the gun here, and I believe you when you say something is not right and I believe yours and your wife's discernment. If the friendship leaves her feeling that way after seeing her friend, definitely talk to your wife about distancing yourselves.
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Does this sound like these two are "involved" and if so would it creep you out as well?
Maybe they are involved. Maybe they are not.

As long as they aren't dipping their noise in your marriage and harming you, I'd say live and let live.

I went to college with siblings like that. They did every single thing together and wanted to room together but the school told them no. They did seem unusually close and people made comments but they never were mean to me or out of order.
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