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Joined at the ischium and lower spine, with spines at 180-degree angles to one another, these twins can have three legs or four legs.
       Anonymous

I totally WISH I knew the story behind them. There’s a few other people that have managed to gather other photos that might be of the two boys, but nobody’s really sure.

Honestly, I just found these after hours and hours searching the same term in google a billion times and doing image searches. Eventually lead to some sites that had an extra image or two from the set.

what’s with the influx of followers lmao.

i havent even posted in months.