“So if David Soares in Jamaica meets Maxine Soares in Holland and they fall in love, although they might feel that distance is one factor that disqualifies them from being related, family and friends might think otherwise.So to ensure that one of them is not an outside child who was never brought to the fore, it is suggested that they both ask some questions and trace the family line to see if there is a possibility that they are blood relatives,” he said.It should have been a straightforward answer on my part, but I was stumped. I married my wife the day after I turned 18, so I should have an interesting perspective on getting married young.My friend is a younger guy who’s in his late twenties. It's not unusual that dancers from the hit ABC show have found themselves swaying into a romantic relationship. There's no special woman in Val's life other than his mom."________Do we have a new love match on our hands?But they say love has no bounds; when it comes, it comes, and even if you've sworn against doing it, you may find yourself falling for someone with the same surname.
It seems natural that their relationship blossomed."Well, we're a fan of this pairing, and it looks like we're not alone.WHEN it comes to love, some of us will swear on our lives about the things we would never do.One such thing is dating an individual who shares our last name, as in our minds everyone who bears our family name is related in some way, shape or form.Bella and Edward in the "Twilight" series are certainly a definition of opposites who can't resist each other.Movies like “Dirty Dancing,” or “Sixteen Candles” play up the idea that we're drawn to people completely different from ourselves. Indeed, someone whose appearance, personality, line of work or method of play, religion, life circumstances seem totally different from your own can look quite exciting.