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Can you be older than your own aunt??
Posted by: Jen Pa (ID *****7882) Date: February 09, 2013 at 18:33:44
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Hi, my father remarried a woman who was 20 years his junior when I was in my early 20's.

Now I am 43 and she is 46. This woman's sister is only 42. Can it be true that I have an step-aunt who is younger than me?? This seems wrong in so many ways.

Also, what is the wife of your father's brother called? What is the wife of your step-mom's sister called? Are they both "aunts" or "step-aunts"?


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