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Twins scare me a little.
FOREVER AND EVER AND EVER
Women, I mean.
(am probably a bit of a paedo though, yes.)
Is he similar to you in his interests and job?
I can phrase the questions so they sound more fun if you like, but yes, I am updating the spreadsheet
worst bit - sex shenanigans
Are you saying you both have tiny penises and can't satisfy a woman but can joke about it together?
best is that you never had to do anything by yourself..starting school etc, moving house we'd at least be together in a new classroom
worst..probably the comparing of the two of us, grades, boyfriends etc also the weird people who did not believe we were twins because we were not identical so made us answer a series of questions at either end of the swimming pool when we were about 8
and not really in terms of job but we are both at home mothers now albeit on either side of the Atlantic :)
just people dressing up the same to confuse everyone else
Its easy to tell her apart from her sister though. Not scared of them.
But I used to be friends with male triplets at school.
...who I've never met (apparently) as she lives in Hong Kong. I asked my mate which of them was the evil twin and she assured me it was her sister, but then again SHE WOULD SAY THAT...
Much hilarity ensued.
This one time I came out of my gf's room and saw her flatmate's sister coming out of her flatmate's room who went 'Hiii' as if she hadn't seen me for ages (she hadn't) but I thought it was her flatmate so I was like 'er, hi' coz I had been eating breakfast sat next to her just 10mins previously. I then went downstairs and saw her flatmate and was massively confused for a second, until her sister came downstairs. I was always surprised every year that their birthday was the same day. We rarely saw them together, it's easy to forget
What of it?
Tell me things about it
You spend the rest of your live eternally craving your own space because for the first 16 years of your life you never get an inch of it... it ruins all of my relationships.
Plus you get goons asking you stuff like OH MY GOD DO YOU HAVE FREAKY POWERS!!! all the time. It's best avoided.
I used to get them to fight each other. It was great because it was so unpredictable. The perfect match up.
Same weight, same reach, same age and level of fighting experience.
If they weren't up for it, I'd just say "Yeah, I understand. Simon is obviously harder, so I can see why you don't want to fight him."
Then Steven would obviously have to step up.
They both turned out to be exceptionally hard, and I believe I played my part in that.
Just wait till you see Dead Ringers. It's got TWO Jeremy Irons in it. Yes, there's a digitally duplicated Jeremy Irons playing evil twin gynecologists up to no good. You won't sleep right for weeks.