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We all have certain things about ourselves we would love to change.

Many aspects of our bodies, inside and out is the first thing to come to mind.

And what's frustrating is that many of those things we're passed down to us thanks to DNA.

Certain diseases and bodily aspects "run in the family."

Which often feels like a cosmic joke.

We have to learn to embrace it.

So let's do some venting...

Redditor dump_acc_91 wanted to hear about what generational issues have been passed along to many of us. They asked:

"Which sh**ty genetics did you inherit?"
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People Disclose The Darkest Secret They've Ever Discovered About A Relative
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Every family has its secrets and lies and history.

When COVID is over, If every family member everywhere got loaded at the next gathering, and decided to open the family's "Pandora's Box," a whole lot of trouble would be afoot.

There are dark tales, crimes and misdemeanors, and Dateline NBC level nonsense littered throughout all of our family tress.

Be grateful you don't know what you don't know.

Redditor u/llsuperninjall wanted to hear about what some of us have uncovered about our family "histories" by asking...

"What's the darkest secret you found out about a family member/relative?"

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Be careful what you wish for, you just may get it. That is one of the wisdoms of life that people are always throwing around. It can be especially true when meeting your idols, finding your dream job and searching down blood relatives you knew nothing about.

Redditor u/VideoFork wanted to know who would be willing to give up some salacious tea about their blood tie discoveries by asking..... People who have taken an ancestry DNA test and accidentally uncovered a family secret, what was it?
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