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22740448 No.22740448 [Reply] [Original]

What are some good stories about bonding with your sister?

>> No.22740465

franny & zooey

>> No.22740475

The Catcher in the Rye

>> No.22740477

Total Omorifaggot Death

>> No.22741260

My favorite book about bonding with my sister was one I read in prison. I forget the title, it was a while ago when I still had hair and wasn't primarily into trading horses for illegal pharmaceuticals in Iran (but that's another story entirely). Plus I was in asia at the time. It was during a war, but not a war that was occurring in Asia at that time - I believe it was a war in the middle east but this was a while ago so I could be wrong. Peace may have briefly broken out in the middle east. But it was during that rare period of time where I was in prison and reading a book, which was definitely a bootleg French translation of an Indian novel that had been mimeographed in Spain. And it was about killing dolphins somehow, I remember that distinctly. And the dolphins were these intelligent aliens from the middle of the planet, but it was all the human beings that were the aliens. The book was called How I Met Your Mother and Then Lost Her Again.

>> No.22741267

Coffin of Andrew and Leyley

>> No.22741326

>literally breaks his sister's neck and kills her dead

>> No.22741333

and with her head
He went galumphing back

>> No.22741343

That is a cool story

I have already read this one, but it is really good.

ok? it was an accident

>> No.22741347

>sorry, sis, just an accident
>lemme just hang you up on this rope and make it look like you killed yourself...

>> No.22741468

Do you mean bonding, or do you mean “bonding, if you know what I mean”?


The Mill On The Floss, George Eliot
The Sound and the Fury, William Faulkner
Franny and Zooey & The Catcher In The Rye, J. D. Salinger


Mort D'Arthur, Thomas Malory
'Tis Pity She's A Whore, John Ford
Die Walkure, Richard Wagner
The Broken Sword, Poul Anderson
Ada or Ardor, Vladimir Nabokov
One Hundred Years Of Solitude, G. G. Marquez
Outer Dark, Cormac McCarthy


The Passenger & Stella Maris, Cormac McCarthy

>> No.22741488

second OP but about boning your sister

>> No.22741513
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Die Walkure. The love between brother and sister has never been given greater or more pure expression in all Western art than in the first act of Die Walkure, particularly Sieglinde's narration 'Du bist der Lenz':


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What kind of sick fuck would want to fuck their own sister?

>> No.22742028

How come theres more than one incest mccarthy books? Shame well never get a third.
I'll also add 'holy terrors/les enfants terribles' to the incest list which I hope grows larger each thread