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  • fd3chris
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    That’s just plain weird!!

    Premier Icon Drac
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    Twins who look alike and dress the same shocker.

    Premier Icon DezB
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    Brilliant! But freaky!

    At first I thought it was the only pic of people on public transport not using smartphones 🙂

    Ha! great stuff. I love them already. 😀

    Premier Icon Stoner
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    the red pill has just been dropped 😯

    andyl
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    Jamie that’s brilliant. Can you extrapolate a whole carriage length like when you point a camera at a TV of what the camera is looking at?

    Premier Icon honeybadgerx
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    There used to be (possibly still are) two older identical twins who I’d see walking to work in matching outfits (inc. briefcases) when I used to live in Leamington Spa, caused more than one double-take first thing on a morning!

    EDIT: Aha! It must have been real, it even made the local paper

    z1ppy
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    Was going to mention those myself HoneyBadgerx 🙂
    Though my obviously my memory is faulty as I remember them walking the other way (in the morning), than the article suggests

    Toasty
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    There used to be (possibly still are) two older identical twins who I’d see walking to work in matching outfits (inc. briefcases) when I used to live in Leamington Spa

    Yeah, they live fairly close to us. I ride past them in the morning quite often, they’re still about 🙂 Quite often seem to be nattering on, I can’t help but wonder what you’d have to say to someone who is pretty much yourself, living in the same house, wearing the same clothes, watching the same TV.

    Premier Icon Cougar
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    The identical brothers, now aged 52, were brought up in Lillington in an era when twins were far less common than they are now.

    Why’s that, I wonder?

    Premier Icon Northwind
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    Why’s that, I wonder?

    We used to drown them at birth. Witchcraft I tell thee.

    Premier Icon vinnyeh
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    The identical brothers, now aged 52, were brought up in Lillington in an era when twins were far less common than they are now.
    Why’s that, I wonder?

    Side effect of fertility treatments?

    gogg
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    The identical brothers, now aged 52, were brought up in Lillington in an era when twins were far less common than they are now.

    Why’s that, I wonder?

    The Network and their shenanigans??

    Premier Icon Stoner
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    Saw this on the Poke last night.

    A Glitch In The Matrix On London Underground

    had to smirk, as Ive worked in the same office as these two. Both charming ladies. It took me months to realise there were actually two of them in the office and I wasnt seeing things, used to do my nut a bit when you walk past one and then the other comes round the corner. They really do wear matching outfits each day. I know who’s having the last laugh. 🙂

    I can’t help but wonder what you’d have to say to someone who is pretty much yourself, living in the same house, wearing the same clothes, watching the same TV.

    They’ve got plenty of common interests to start with.

    maxtorque
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    Cougar

    The identical brothers, now aged 52, were brought up in Lillington in an era when twins were far less common than they are now.

    Why’s that, I wonder?[/quote]

    Before 1962, Midwifes were required to drown one of any pair of twins immediately after birth to avoid confusion.
    (also applied to gingers iirc)

    (i may have made that^^^^ up 😉

    teasel
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    In a spot the difference kinda thing, the sleeve cuff is slightly different, isn’t it…

    Edit : and the strap.

    I think I might have attacked one or both of then had I been exposed to such weirdness.

    Junkyard
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    Ive worked in the same office as these two. Both charming ladies.

    Yes but who was your favourite?

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