Keeping It In The Family

January 11, 2008 / Posted by:

The story you are about to read has nothing to do with Angelina Jolie and her creepy brother, but I couldn’t find a picture of the brother and sister in the story. This picture felt fitting.

Twins that were separated at birth married each other not knowing they were brother and sister. They were adopted to different families and only found out they were related after they got married. The names of the twins and how they met have been kept secret. A High Court judge in Britain has agreed to annul the marriage.

This case has brought up the issue of adopted children knowing their complete history. Lord David Alton said, “They were never told they were twins. They met later in life and felt an inevitable attraction, and the judge had to deal with the consequences of their marriage that they entered into, and all the issues of their separation. The right for children to know the identity of their biological parents is a human right. There will be more cases like this if children are not given access to the truth. The needs of the child must always be paramount.”

I’m sure they wish they never found out. What you don’t know can’t hurt you. Well, unless they had babies and they came out having three eyes and shit. I wonder if they looked alike at all? Maybe that’s why they wanted to do each other. Egotistical!

Adopted bitches should totally have a right to know if they have brothers or sisters at least. This kind of sad shit shouldn’t happen again. Think about it. You found your soulmate only to find out you both came out of the same vagina. It kind of kills the romance.

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Thanks Donna

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