Buenos Aires - In a twist of fate, or perhaps just twisted in general, the co-joined McBriar twins, Terry and Mary, sung and bounced their way into the hearts of thousands in Buenos Aires and millions around the world in the international Miss Universe television audience.
Joined at the buttocks,the twins share one anus and have no spine bone. They rely on incredible muscle tone, designer elbow and kneepads, furnished by Gucci and snake like movements to whiz around the stage on their sides.
There accomplishment is only made more amazing by the fact that they represented two different countries.
Mary McBriar representing Armenia said this was the most exciting thing Mary says she has ever done, "Ever since we left the Cirque Du Soleis De Armenia, it has been the dream of Terry and I to perform on in international stage. We have come so far and to find true love as well, we are so fortunate." Terry McBriar competed and won Miss Costa Rica, "Of course neither one of us could claim victory without the other, but there is only one crown per pageant," says Terry, "It is very strenuous for us to participate, but the other girls made it easy for us by stepping over and around us during rehearsals, they hardly ever kicked us."
"Except for that bitch from the USA," interjected Mary, "I got her back though, I stole all her panties and left one of ours."
"I know I was there," reminded Terry.
Another remarkable occurrence is that this years pageant is the first to have co-joined twin judges. Fred and Orval Pissgum from the Texas Republican's Organization for Social Change, the world's smallest non-profit organization, were asked to judge. Joined at the nipples and belly button, Fred and Orval have not been separated by doctors because they share over 10,000 chest hairs. "We were honored to be asked to judge and to have Terry and Mary enter our lives has been amazing," said Orval. "We were happy for them, to make the final 5 contestants was an amazing accomplishment," added Fred.
"We will never forget the kindness of the Buenos Aires security guards at the airport, who stopped us from sliding down the escalator," said Terry,"Had we been injured, we would never have been able to compete"