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The Guyliner 11 reasons… boyfriend twins are the worst

You know those couples who, in a low-budget porno, would be cast as curious brothers but are, in fact, together? Behold the “boyfriend twin” – but is it worth dating yourself?

01 . While a casual observer might think they’re the same person, when you look closely, there’s always one who’s a bit “off ” – just like biological twins, in fact. You begin to wonder, then, which one’s the cast-iron mould and who’s the cheap copy. Who’s trying to look like who? This is the problem with having a twin boyfriend: one of you will always look like the reflection of the other – but in the back of a spoon. (It’s you.)

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