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I thought exactly the same thing, but hot on the heels of that thought was: "Oh my gawd - those poor people - they must be devastated and seriously messed UP from that news". I hope they didn't have children, that would only make it so much worse.
Nobody forces anybody into a relationship.... wait.... ok not in this situation anyways. They chose to be with one another, for whatever unforseeable reasons (How were they supposed to know the twins would start getting freaky with one another?)
They both went into this and it all came to be as we now know.
"Oh Hansel, we have so much in common. We're both orphans."
"Yes Gretel" *fondles hair* "and we have the same eyes and the same nose."
"And we have the same hair, and almost the same teeth."
"Yes, and we both were born in the same hospital on the same birth date and given up for adoption.... Like what a Coinq'i'!"
"Wow now we're married and guess what? We're Twins and we were doing it to each other.... Zounds! Who would have tunk it?"
I mean, by the way they explain things, they were never told they had a twin, but we're they just so horny to ask some details about each other's backgrounds? Or were they just so dense not to notice after a bit of talking that you both were born on the same day, the same hospital, and given up for adoption.... Hmmmm.... Wouldn't you think a bit about how odd that is? Even if you're not identical in someway?
This just seems like a lack of common sense and I don't see any reason why they should get anything for their troubles. But who knows... maybe I would have been just as clouded and done the same thing.
heh heh.... now wouldn't my face be red.... ha ha.... Oh man. Dear Diary, you wouldn't imagine what I just found out. Wait a second... *Flips pages back* Geezz... it was all right in front of me.
If this goes beyond hearsay, personally, get them a matching set of tubal ligations and call it good. They're not brother and sister in any real sense that registers to them.
in my VERY small family, I share a birthday with, my grandson, and and with my daughter-in-laws father. That is 3 people with the same bithday out of a small group.
No, you don't actually share the same actual birthday as your grandson. Your birthday's are on the same day of the month, but you were born on different days. As for your daughterr-in-law's father.... is it the exact same b-day? same year and all?
Exactly, and are you all adopted? That's the key to my point. If you're all not adopted and the dates don't add up, then obviously you're not all twins/trips.
That's all I'm saying. This situation isn't the norm, and I would have figured some questions would have come up before they went all the way through with marriage and the sort.
well if someone was really out to blame for this, then that's who'd be to blame. They chose the relationship and they accept the consequences of those decisions. That goes with dating someone with herpes or genital warts.... if you don't check yourself for safety before getting into an unknown sexual relationship, then you have nobody else to blame.
But if they directly lie to you about things, then that reverses of course.
If it's true, I hope they can prove that without divulging the folks' names - that would just compound the grievance done to these folks.
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