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Siamese Twin Facts

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real crystal water
real crystal water wrote:
2014-06-14 09:42:18 -0700

OMG! poor babies. Sad

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Right_There
Right_There wrote:
2014-02-08 11:44:35 -0800

nu-uh

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foreversmiling
foreversmiling wrote:
2014-02-03 05:39:31 -0800

very interesting.....

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Skipley
Skipley wrote:
2014-01-31 15:47:51 -0800

I liked it.

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illeanaz
illeanaz wrote:
2014-01-31 15:43:20 -0800

really sad.

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DarkDead
DarkDead wrote:
2014-01-31 15:41:55 -0800

this is sick DISLIKE!

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micheal576
micheal576 wrote:
2014-01-30 15:17:05 -0800

i felt disturbed seeing those two together. pity them Frown

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CuteCat22
CuteCat22 wrote:
2014-01-30 14:27:27 -0800

how the heck would they walk?

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Micky_F00
Micky_F00 wrote:
2014-01-30 02:33:20 -0800

Why would 17 people dislike this! These are humans still!!

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swagbaby400
swagbaby400 wrote:
2014-01-29 20:10:03 -0800

that is sad but cute and it not funny

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__misstrendyme__
__misstrendyme__ wrote:
2014-01-29 17:47:51 -0800

Awe

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EmoWorldXD
EmoWorldXD wrote:
2014-01-29 17:43:39 -0800

Xc so sad but there cute why must bad thing happen to good people

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annamariea
annamariea wrote:
2014-01-29 17:41:51 -0800

aww :c they r still cute tho

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CuteMoo2
CuteMoo2 wrote:
2014-01-29 17:37:27 -0800

awesmile theyre adorbs smile i feel so bad for them Sad

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benoit123456
benoit123456 wrote:
2014-01-29 17:37:18 -0800

aw :c they're still cute thou...i feel so bad for them.

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alana912
alana912 wrote:
2014-01-29 17:36:06 -0800

awwwwFrown

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xXKylaXx13
xXKylaXx13 wrote:
2014-01-29 17:35:50 -0800

aw :c they're still cute thou...i feel so bad for them.

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arden_arden
arden_arden wrote:
2014-01-29 17:30:06 -0800

I think this is kinda cool

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-TheUnexpectedGirl-
-TheUnexpectedGirl- wrote:
2014-01-29 17:29:21 -0800

soooo soooo sad

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warriorandman
warriorandman wrote:
2014-01-29 17:27:12 -0800

I fell so bad

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