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Posted 3/15/16
do u like a firm spank pv?
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"Our bodies need to be identical" spoken in a hushed whisper will be the last thing that guy ever hears. After he walks in on one of the twins working on the other with a steak knife to correct a disparity in waist size.
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Posted 3/15/16 , edited 3/15/16

runec wrote:

"Our bodies need to be identical" spoken in a hushed whisper will be the last thing that guy ever hears. After he walks in on one of the twins working on the other with a steak knife to correct a disparity in waist size.


You ma'am have never spent a single moment in a kitchen have you? A chef's knife



would be a better tool for body modifications, clean narrow cuts that'd when sutured properly would heal without a scar. Bloody amateurs I tell ya.
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Posted 3/15/16

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would be a better tool for body modifications, clean narrow cuts that'd when sutured properly would heal without a scar. Bloody amateurs I tell ya.


Judging by the work they've already had done on them I'd say you're about right yes. >.>
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Posted 3/15/16
Most of this thread is about PV's fetishist tendencies, while the rest is about what knife best makes the cut for body modification.


-looking at this, I really don't think anyone cares...
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Posted 3/15/16

Ranwolf wrote:


runec wrote:

"Our bodies need to be identical" spoken in a hushed whisper will be the last thing that guy ever hears. After he walks in on one of the twins working on the other with a steak knife to correct a disparity in waist size.


You ma'am have never spent a single moment in a kitchen have you? A chef's knife



would be a better tool for body modifications, clean narrow cuts that'd when sutured properly would heal without a scar. Bloody amateurs I tell ya.


We got a doctor in the house
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Posted 3/16/16 , edited 3/16/16
this identical thing has gone straight to their heads o.o

so what happens when one gets a scar? the other harms them-self to create the same mark? o.o
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Posted 3/16/16

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this identical thing has gone straight to their heads o.o

so what happens when one gets a scar? the other harms them-self to create the same mark? o.o


Considering the lengths they have gone to already I would bet good money on that happening.
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Posted 3/16/16

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this identical thing has gone straight to their heads o.o

so what happens when one gets a scar? the other harms them-self to create the same mark? o.o


So if one dies to a car....does the other chase down that car and jump infront of it?
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Posted 3/16/16
That's disgusting! They can't have a baby out of wedlock. (comically missing the point)
Seriously though they look almost plastic. It's freakin' me out.
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That's disgusting! They can't have a baby out of wedlock. (comically missing the point)
Seriously though they look almost plastic. It's freakin' me out.


Well.... They did have "plastic surgery..."

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ZavinRoyalheart wrote:

That's disgusting! They can't have a baby out of wedlock. (comically missing the point)
Seriously though they look almost plastic. It's freakin' me out.


Well.... They did have "plastic surgery..."

BA-DUMP-THUMP-TSSSSS

Thank you! Thank you! I do performances once an hour at the top of the hour. Don't forget to tip the bartender, I get a cut out of every buck he gets.


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Posted 3/16/16

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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3492761/Perth-identical-twins-share-boyfriend-vowed-pregnant-together.html

OH GOD.


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Posted 3/16/16

ZavinRoyalheart wrote:


DeadlyOats wrote:


ZavinRoyalheart wrote:

That's disgusting! They can't have a baby out of wedlock. (comically missing the point)
Seriously though they look almost plastic. It's freakin' me out.


Well.... They did have "plastic surgery..."

BA-DUMP-THUMP-TSSSSS

Thank you! Thank you! I do performances once an hour at the top of the hour. Don't forget to tip the bartender, I get a cut out of every buck he gets.


<clap clap clap> <clapclapclapclapclapclapclap>


May I join in?
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Posted 3/16/16

Ranwolf wrote:


runec wrote:

"Our bodies need to be identical" spoken in a hushed whisper will be the last thing that guy ever hears. After he walks in on one of the twins working on the other with a steak knife to correct a disparity in waist size.


You ma'am have never spent a single moment in a kitchen have you? A chef's knife



would be a better tool for body modifications, clean narrow cuts that'd when sutured properly would heal without a scar. Bloody amateurs I tell ya.


Thanks for the advice any where good to cut myself(Jk)
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