Is it okay for two brothers to date two sisters from the same family
There's nothing wrong with that. I know people who have done it. As long as it's not within their own family it's OK. It might be a little bit weird though. But all the same, if they love each other and they're doing it for the right reasons. It's fine.
No, it is not okay to date within the same family. Brothers and sisters should not date no matter what....
OH! You mean two brothers from the same family dating two sisters from a DIFFERENT family. Well in that case sure, why not?
I am married 21 years (together 23) to my husband. Just a few years back, my sister married his brother. It seems to be working okay. Whenever I go to family functions on his side, I know I will probably see my sister as well.
My grandmother and her sister married brothers. Makes family reunions fun!
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