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IN People ON 16 Dec, 2015
Do you have any twins in your social circle? Some twins actually don't look alike, while some do. For these two sisters, looking identical should be as perfect as possible, so much so that surgery is considered to remove any distinctions. And sometimes, that might even include having the same lover. Wait, what? How can two different people, though physically the same, share the same partner, especially in bed? Find out how these twins managed to do it by viewing below.
Meet Lucy and Anna DeCinque. Both of them are 28-year-old and really have that striking aspect typically expected from twins. They live in the gorgeous Perth in Australia and have always been alike.
While some people find that they look the same, the DeCinque sisters share something even weirder: they have been dating the same man for about a year now. One guy, two eerily similar lovers.
Aside from having the same looks and the same boyfriend, the DeCinque twins have the same work, vehicle, and even just have one Facebook account. What if they wanted to post different statuses at the same time? A bit weird, isn't it?
In order to look as physically similar as possible, the twins actually spent about 240,000 Australian dollars to have their lips, breasts, eyebrows, and eyelashes changed.
While the DeCinque sisters share the same boyfriend now, back then they dated different people. Still, their lovers would often be brothers or best friends. It seems they really like the connection between their lovers.
Now, the twins share this guy, Ben Byrne, who is a muscular electrical mechanic who also lives in Perth, Australia. Unsurprisingly, the twins share the same bed, so Ben can get intimate with both of them at the same time.
The DeCinque twins shared the same nursery and both primary and secondary schools. During college, the two of them enrolled at a beauty course. Because of their close sibling relationship, even their late father was unable to distinguish one from the other every time.
The DeCinque sisters don't like wearing the same outfit for another night out. So, they buy new clothes. To keep the twin feeling, they buy two of the same clothes for the evening.
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