Twins reunited after 35 years apart!

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  1. Urchin

    Urchin Well-Known Member

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    kazlin Well-Known Member

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    It kind of gives me the creeps knowing that they were part of an experiment for a X amount of years.

    I'm glad that they have now met though :)
     
  3. kimmumof2

    kimmumof2 Well-Known Member

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    omg thats a lot of yrs to miss out on a sister for and they werent even part of the study after all that.


    xxxxx
     
  4. Krystal

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    I think its pretty sad, how dare that proffessor think he has the right to do something like that as part of an experiment!! :x Peoples lives he was messing with :(
     
  5. mummykay

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    :shock: :shock:

    glad they have finally been reunited tho :)
     
  6. Steelgoddess

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    i think its awful that they were separated :(

    Glad they have met now but what a waste of so long thats so sad...

    x
     
  7. lella

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    I cant believe they were seperated as part of an experiment. as an adopted person myself i know what is like to find birth family, I have several siblings and all of them are strangers. I couldnt imagine having to try and bond with my twin.

    Also I think its disdusting that the results of the experiment are closed until 2066. This surely is against their human rights to know where they came from.
     

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