Im with this boy and we both have the same common last name, and we live in a small community. If you know your grandparents "Smith" and he know his, and they are not the same, you are further away than first cousin, and good to go. If you get serious, you might ask your parents if anyone in the family has hemophilia or any other genetic problems. If both your families have the same problem, you shouldn't have kids. You say it's a common name Well then, lots of people have that last name, so chances are you're not related.
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Some people believe that dating someone with the same last name is a no-no, as that person could be a distant or even close relative. Would you risk it anyway? I couldn't, but a very close friend of mine actually married someone with the same name as hers. I would fear it because chances are, you could be related and that for me would kill any chemistry between me and the person. I know of people with the same last name who are married and they are not related. It's just a name. I don't think that should bother a couple once they do their research and conclude that they are not related.
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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. 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. However, frustration may arise when, after you've checked and rechecked all avenues that would determine whether you're related, and coming up with no leads, some people still frown on your relationship. Relationship counsellor Wayne Powell explained that this frustration arises as we are socialised to date or marry someone who has no similarity in terms of surname.