What’s something that runs in your family? by QuestionGuy January 18, 2022, 4:40 pm What’s something that runs in your family? What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote AskAskMefamilyQuestion and AnswerrunsWhats See more Previous article Found in E-girl’s comment section. Next article What are some of the dumbest rules you had/have to follow in school? 31 Comments Leave a Reply Nobody runs in my family. Log in to Reply Depression and cancer. Log in to Reply Me, I ran a 10k just last night… Log in to Reply Poverty Log in to Reply our second toe is longer than our big toe Log in to Reply Everyone keeps talking about bad stuff but everyone in my family has a full head of hair. Log in to Reply Dirahhea joke? Log in to Reply My dad used to but gave it up to pursue other hobbies in the end. Log in to Reply Male Pornstars, the Spaniard side of my family have been to porn a lot. My other Aussie half are lawyers. Log in to Reply The cycle of abuse Log in to Reply Autoimmune diseases Log in to Reply Common sense Log in to Reply Alcoholics and cancer. Cancer is the big one tho. Log in to Reply For my family it’s teen pregnancy and Huntington’s disease lmao Log in to Reply Closet Racism, elitism, judgmental personalities, and using facades to earn people’s trust. Some of them are a real piece of work to deal with. Basically, being an asshole runs in the family. Even I’ve had my fair share of assholery. I’m not gonna pretend to say I’m better than them. I am a bit of a hedonist with a manipulative side. Log in to Reply Suicide Log in to Reply Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome (also known as a branch of SVT/Super ventricular tachycardia) Basically you have an extra node) electrical pathway in your heart. This would cause random attacks where my RESTING heart beat would shoot up to 180+ beats per minute and would last for up to an hour. My biological grandpa on my mom’s side died of it at 27 years old, came home from work, was talking to my grandma and died mid sentence. It skipped my mothers generation and then I was born with it. Thankfully I got a catheter ablation at 14 and temporarily fixed it. I’m 26 now and haven’t had an issue with it, but the cardiologist said I will 100% have to get another procedure done eventually as the scar tissue will either dissolve if fall off (I forget how he described it) and I will start to experience the attacks again. Could possibly kill me next time as I’ll be much older and in physically worse shape than I was when I was 14, obviously. Praying neither of my children got it. Log in to Reply Alzheimers 🙁 Log in to Reply Depression, bipolar, obsessive behavour and cancer Log in to Reply Low self esteem Log in to Reply BP Log in to Reply Above average height. My maternal grandmother and aunt both topped 6’ as did my father and both brothers. Log in to Reply Short height on both sides. We have the occasional tall person but most of us (girls not boys)are 5 feet Log in to Reply Drugs, abuse, and the biggest fucking noses ever. Log in to Reply Astma, heart disease, cancer… Log in to Reply Mental illness, alcoholism, poor decisions Log in to Reply Child abuse. That’s why I’ll never have a child. I don’t want to continue the cycle. Log in to Reply Eczema, apparently. Log in to Reply Depression and other mental illness on my dad’s side of the family. Nothing really on my mom’s Log in to Reply Our little fingers bend inwards, seems to be skeletal for males, the women end up with a hooked finger (if left to progress to adulthood). The female version is relatively easily resolved by snipping, and reattaching a tendon. Log in to Reply Mood disorders. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.