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    Dante Obscuri is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    Default One in a million.

    http://www.mailonsunday.co.uk/pages/...n_page_id=1770

    That woman will never have any problem on telling her children apart.
    Really interesting article.


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    Haha that's so cool.

    There are twins at my volunteering place and since I don't see them all that often (once a week at most) I still haven't been able to figure them out. The wear the exact same clothes. Even down to their watches -.- but their hairstyle is a little different.

    Except sometimes they exchange hairstyles, just to confuse people.


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    Awwww. That's adorable. I think she's very lucky.

    A really interesting article. I didn't know that's how skin pigmentation works. Good to know. Does that mean that two people can have kids all with completely different skin colours, though?

    I think twins who dress the same are strange...I wouldn't want to do that. (Unless it was to confuse people, because that would be funny.) I won't even buy the same clothes my sister does. But having an identical twin could be useful, I could blame things on them.

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    One of my close friends is a twin. Thank goodness him and his brother looks nothinggggggggg alike. They're fraternal.

    Actually, if you hang out with twins long enough it's easy to tell them apart. I can tell these two identical girl twins apart. ^_^

    Quote Originally Posted by kaom View Post
    I won't even buy the same clothes my sister does. But having an identical twin could be useful, I could blame things on them.
    It's okay to shop in the same store, but I won't buy what my sister or friends buy. I think that's just girl-common-unspoken rule...

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    oo.. hehhe, i'd like to tell those girl twins apart...rwaar.

    okay so u cud blame her...but she cud blame u too, and wat if she turns out a brat and a snitch...huh???
    i just realized tht this person has nevr begun to exist to begin with...again, just realized tht again.

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    This is pretty interesting.

    I'm a twin, actually. My parents have almost the same skin tone, so we didn't have those kind odds I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yummy Lingo View Post
    oo.. hehhe, i'd like to tell those girl twins apart...rwaar.

    okay so u cud blame her...but she cud blame u too, and wat if she turns out a brat and a snitch...huh???
    i just realized tht this person has nevr begun to exist to begin with...again, just realized tht again.
    The shabaduballoo of enui(Inky, pinky, ponky, daddy had a donkey, donkey died, daddy cried, inky, pinky, ponky.) between Vietnam and Tom Cruise is sagreb when compistulated to "One in a Million." Don't you agree, yummy_lingo?

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    Two of my best friends were identical twins. It was tough to tell them apart for an hour but then I realised that Sarah was shorter and Lorna had a birth mark under her lip

    I love Steal! <3

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    @ Lingo, I'll try to explain what's wrong about the way you are trying to communicate:

    Quote Originally Posted by Yummy Lingo View Post
    oo.. hehhe, i'd like to tell those girl twins apart...rwaar.

    okay so u cud blame her...but she cud blame u too, and wat if she turns out a brat and a snitch...huh???
    i just realized tht this person has nevr begun to exist to begin with...again, just realized tht again.
    to tell oo holds. hehhe of i' D, rwaar also because of meisjestweelingen girl shows.... o.k. ucud it..., but it cud schuldu separately so much, and what, if her roast and snitch... huh to exist that over again extra-high tension only have me carried out, this person has nevr begun to begin with..., appears, only has again extra-high tension carried out.

    The second quote is your statement after it went through babelfish a couple of times, the problem is that both statements make about the same amount of sense.


    Since we're talking about twins I just want to ask if anyone knows how conjoined twins coordinate their movement. I saw these two girls with one body riding a bicycle once (forgot which channel it was on), but they were supposed to only be able to control their part of the body, it's almost scary how well they can coordinate their movement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jakko View Post
    The shabaduballoo of enui(Inky, pinky, ponky, daddy had a donkey, donkey died, daddy cried, inky, pinky, ponky.) between Vietnam and Tom Cruise is sagreb when compistulated to "One in a Million." Don't you agree, yummy_lingo?
    k man if u were pulling my leg...consider it pulled.....
    i did'nt get a word......maybe thts a gud thing cuz one was'nt supposed to.

 

 
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