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The new year is fast approaching, so I thought I would dedicate this one to my sis - the twin one... who apparently is looking for more like me every year... or maybe I'm looking like her. Either way people telling us apart has not been too tricky, but when the ones close to us start to get confused, that sort of weirds us out. I started a holiday job with Zara a couple of days before Christmas and have had customer's claiming to know me. I try to explain, but one guy thought I was blowing him off. It wasn't fun in high school, and it's not very fun now. When we were younger and attended separate schools for awhile, we'd swap. Not being recognised marred me - well I think us both, because soon after Saci started dying her hair. Its great being a twin [although I don't actually know what its like any other way], and we have fun playing tricks, but you gotta believe me...
shame we use finger print scanner to sign in to work, otherwise you might never know...
Top Pic: both wearing Ariella Skirts & tops from my S/S '11 Collection ~  sale on at the ASOS site

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