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Would you let a no blood relate individual call you Brother/Sister?
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Posted 12/16/15

KarenAraragi wrote:



I feel like I just read a novel or something?


How so?
Posted 12/16/15

Ranwolf wrote:


KarenAraragi wrote:



I feel like I just read a novel or something?


How so?


I take it you don't read?
There more or less a lot of novels like that. Some are good and others are just stupid.
I didn't mean anything bad by it. But sound like a story right out of a book to me a least.
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Posted 12/16/15 , edited 12/16/15

KarenAraragi wrote:





I take it you don't read?
There more or less a lot of novels like that. Some are good and others are just stupid.
I didn't mean anything bad by it. But sound like a story right out of a book to me a least.


Other then history books, tactical manuals, the owner manuals of my guns, the handbook they gave us in BMQ, and things like the Art of War and the Book of Five Rings no. My leisure reading is somewhat at an minimum.

I wish my life was a novel, there are some parts I rewrite if that was the case.
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Posted 12/16/15
I already do. A friend of mine that is two years younger than me started calling me her big brother when she was 11 years old. Even today we still tell people we're brother and sister even though we're not related.
Posted 12/16/15
My big sister and I aren't blood related. She is my big sister, none the less, and I love her more than anything, because unlike everyone else when I was a kid she could actually see me. So, yeah, I would. I'll be whatever she wants me to be, really, which is not intended to mean anything sexual.

Rúnanafni hennar



I have it tattooed on my hand.
I also have other tattoos that remind me of her when things get tough
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Posted 12/16/15
No.

If it's oni-chan, oni-sama, or aniki, then yes.
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Posted 12/16/15
If they were a close friend, then yes
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Posted 12/16/15
Lol. Back when I was in middle school there was a friend that looked a bit like me, so we would tell people we were sisters. Most of them believe it too. So yeah, I think its totally okay. I like that quote that says something along the lines of 'Friends are the family you choose yourself'. I mean, people often say a parent is one who raises their kids regardless of blood relationship, so I don't think it's too far fetched to say that friends are like sibling that way too ^ ^
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Posted 12/16/15 , edited 12/16/15

If you have earned one of these you are my brother.
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21 / F / Fort Worth, Texas
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Posted 12/16/15
"Sisterhood" is a good thing.

I live in Texas and black women call "Sistah", though.
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21 / F / The Flying Pussyf...
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Posted 12/16/15
well im in a sorority so I call many sisters a sister lol
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If there was a very close relationship, then yes.

As is, I don't even let my brothers or sister call me brother.
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23 / M / Kaguya's Panties
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Posted 12/17/15
I used to do it to a female friend on Facebook. She was cool with it.. then deleted her account.
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Posted 12/17/15 , edited 12/17/15
Yeah, no big deal. I've had three friends who each - seperately - started calling me "senpai" for seemingly no reason, so "brother", if still a little weird, would be comparatively more comfortable because there's no hierarchy implied.

My actual brother just refers to me by name, or occasionally as "bro", both of which I am far more accustomed to. He also mockingly called me "onii-chan" for a period of time, which pissed me off to no end. Thankfully, he stopped when it stopped being funny.

I personally try not to refer to people at all if I can help it. I'll use context or body language to signal who I'm talking to rather than saying their name. I'm uncomfortable saying people's names because it feels overly familiar to me.
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Posted 12/17/15
Nar. But i guess sometimes mates will call me brother or bro i guess.
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