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When an only child dies without having kids, they end a legacy that's been going on since life itself began. amirite?

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My brother got a daughter. Then another daughter. Again, a daughter. Then their fourth daughter. Finally they got a son. He turned out gay. My oldest brother is a monk. And I'm still single.

His/her parents could just make another one

@Squintygibberoses4jt His/her parents could just make another one

Could if they're alive and able to but what if they're not?

Only if none of their ancestors had more than one child.

Otherwise, for example, their parents might have had siblings, in which case those genetic lineages would continue as they had since the beginning of life.

@Openeyes Only if none of their ancestors had more than one child. Otherwise, for example, their parents might have had...

But the dead one ended the legacy of their parents.
The combination of the only child's mom and dad is not going to continue, because they ended it.

@Dairyqueenemployee But the dead one ended the legacy of their parents. The combination of the only child's mom and dad is not going...

The combination of the only child's mom and dad is not going to continue, because they ended it.

Well then in that case technically everyone is the first in their lineage and it doesn't matter

I'll probably one up that situation.

my whole family name gonna die with me. there's only 2 male family members left that can still have children. one of them is me who hates everything about kids and the other one is 40 year old probably closeted gay man.

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