Dear Abby: My mother and I have a difference of opinion. I am a year-old boy and am well-respected by my relatives, teachers and friends. I do not have the problems that many teenagers have alcohol, drugs, sex, etc. My girlfriend also is 16 and she is a respectable young lady. Most of our dates consist of staying home and watching movies or TV. On occasion, my girlfriend and I snuggle under a blanket on the couch. Between my little brother and my mother, we are usually never alone for more than 30 minutes. My mother believes that it is improper for us to lie on the couch together because it creates temptations. Dear Snuggler: Snuggling under a blanket while lying on a couch is step one, which usually leads to step two and so on in the case of two normal, healthy people of the opposite sex. I am sure you and your girlfriend are both ''respectable,'' but you would be wise to minimize the temptation.
My brother and I were always close, but now we’ve started making out.
My sleeping mom. Step sister and brother share bed. Stepbro banging Scarlett Maes sweet twat with his huge man meat! Just the Tip Brother! Brother and sister have fun.
View Full Version : Is it creepy for brother and sister to cuddle on the couch? Send questions for Cecil Adams to: cecil straightdope. Your direct line to thousands of the smartest, hippest people on the planet, plus a few total dipsticks. So this is a thing I witnessed as a teen: It's Christmas time. Our family is getting together with another family for dinner and to exchange gifts. The other family has a daughter and son. At some point, daughter and son sit on the couch together. Only except, you have to imagine that dude's right leg is on the other side of the girl. So basically, little sis is sitting between brothers legs. It should be noted, brother and sis are young adults.