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Discussion in 'Campus Life' started by pulse, Sep 11, 2016.
I'd wife her up
You'd be the Drake to her Rihanna I hope...and not the Chris Brown.
I was hoping for Miss Iowa...but sadly I knew she had chance.
Oh, the Rag, you are so predictable. Their article says she "represented the Hawkeye State" and is from Waukee. Zero mention that she is an ISU student and dance team member.
serious post here.
my wife's niece (is that my niece too?) had a graduation party a few years ago and this girl showed up. i had to make it look like i wasn't taking a peek every so often near constantly at the table full of the high school girls. i didn't know it was kelly koch until last night but yeah, she was really pretty and her friends were really pretty too.
she did think my kid was cute, though. i said "thanks" and decided to not make any creepy comments lest i feel the wrath from the in-laws.
^Uh yea, you are an uncle to your wife's niece.
but i'm not brother-in-law to her sister-in-law? weird.
If I am understanding the situation correctly, under simple definition, no, under full definition, yes.
You are her uncle, she is your niece.