Thursday, January 17, 2008

what are the odds?...really!!



I know that some of the old school cartooners recognize the Wonder Twins from the Superfriends. Jan and Jace did seem a little too close on some of the episodes. Could they have been....nahhhhhh let me just stop.

In a strange and bizarre twist, twins separated at birth reunite and marry. I won't go into how many incest jokes are running through my mind. I feel badly for the couple/siblings.

From henceforth, I shall double my efforts of reuniting lost siblings. If I had acted faster, this may not have happened.

Please stay tuned for our Lost Sibling Day Reunion posts so that we can stop such embarassing moments.

For a complete story please go read about the Marrying Twins.

6 comments:

Mega Rich said...

I read about that. My wife asked me how I would feel if I found out she was my sister and I said it wouldn't matter since she has some good poontang.

In all seriousness, that has to suck to find out you have been digging on your sister all this time. What a way to find out about a lost sibling.

Shelia said...

I heard about this too...it would break my heart on so many levels if I found out my husband (if I had a husband) was my twin or brother. It's kind of sick when you think about it.

nikki said...

eww. just EWW.

i think i've got a lost brother out there, too. here's hoping i won't get to know him carnally.

The Diva's Thoughts said...

Wow! That is horrible.

dc_speaks said...

lol. hahahahahaha...i had a west virginia joke, but ummmm...i didnt want to offend anyone.

Hey, fam.

Blu Jewel said...

For me, this a an almost true to life story. I am the youngest of my father's 9 children and until recently had only known 2 of my siblings. I do not have his last name, which could have potentially put me in a precarious position if my siblings didn't have his last name. I have nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, and cousins whom I've never met.

Fortunately for me, I'm aware of what the family last names are so I watch out for them when meeting Jamaican people. My aunt passed last November and I went to Jamaica for the funeral and boy was I glad a cousin had the family last name cause he sure as hell would have gotten hollered at.

My brother and I were just talking about this too and he's not happy about what our father did and how we were raised not knowing each other. I hope people start taking this mess seriously; especially the men who procreate without regard for the children left in their wake.