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Saturday, 5 July 2008

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You see - totally different!

From Merseyside comes the incredible story of the Bumble twins, Barry and Terry, who were identical in every way until they reached their 21st birthday - a fateful day when everything changed.

Ever since they were born, the boys were impossible to tell apart, both having black, thinning hair, brown eyes and snot dribbling from both nostrils. Their mother, Sharon, didn't know who was who, and called them the Bumble Brothers!

In March, though, when the boys turned 21, Mrs Bumble says she started to notice subtle differences in their looks, behaviour and the kinds of things they liked and disliked, that led her to wonder whether they were really twins at all.

Sharon takes up the story:

"One day, Barry came home wearing a red Liverpool top, but Terry had become an Everton fan. From that day on, everything changed. Terry told me he liked sausages, but Barry liked Chinese food.
They were starting to 'separate' and live independent lives."

Barry also expressed a liking for rock group Oasis, whilst his twin had developed a love for the Beatles. The pair couldn't have been more different. It was chaos.

Things finally came to a head last Friday when Terry's girlfriend Tracey mistook Barry for her man, and proceeded to bonk him senseless, little realising, or caring that she had the wrong Bumble underneath her.

Later that night, Terry was gunned down in a gangland slaying, having borrowed Barry's Liverpool bag to carry a Chinese takeaway home for his brother.

Police are investigating Barry's involvement in the murder.

Later, Terry's girlfriend Tracey paid tribute to her dead Bumble brother when she said:

"He was a lovely bloke, but Barry's cock is just a tad longer... and harder."

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