Tuesday, January 13, 2009


So like shit, we got some new hotties for you that just turned 18! Well, more like, a hottie?
Doctors said they wouldn't make it, but check it, these chicks is making it happen!


TEENAGERS Abigail and Brittany Hensel prove that twins CAN share a body and live an active and happy life.

They have even passed their driving test with each sister using one arm to control the steering wheel.

The 18-year-old dicephalus twins have two spines, which join at the pelvis, two hearts and stomachs, three kidneys, two gall bladders and four lungs.

But they share one liver and ribcage and a nervous system. Below the waist all organs including intestines, bladder and reproductive organs are shared. Each twin controls one side of the body and they can play the piano, swim, ride a bike and take part in sports. The Hensels, born on March 7, 1990, in Minnesota, are thought to be one of only four sets of dicephalus twins ever to survive into teen years. Doctors warned their parents, nurse Patty and carpenter Mike, they were unlikely to survive their first night.

Only one set of twins in every 40,000 is born connected in some way and only one per cent of these survive beyond the first year. Doctors are worried that Abigail and Brittany will eventually suffer heart or other organ defects.

But none has shown so far and the twins even hope to marry one day.


so like is that a threesome? or like, what if you hate her sister?! shit is confusin as hell!

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