Youthful mother, 60, and her daughter, 30, look so alike even her HUSBAND gets them confused - but can YOU tell which is the older woman?

Funny story written by Dewani Unhatched

Thursday, 6 August 2020

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Gemma and Debbie may look like twin sisters, but the two are in fact mother and daughter.

A woman says she looks so similar to her mother, that her step father is continually creeping into bed with her and mistakenly having sexual intercourse with her, in very embarrassing cases of mistaken identity - despite their 30-year age gap.

Realtors Debbie Lee, 60, and Gemma Lee, 30, who live in Fort Lauderdale, may look like twin sisters, but the two are, in fact, mother and daughter.

The duo have always shared a likeness, but during Gemma's teens, the similarity became uncanny.

'One time, me and my mother were wearing the same-colored outfit. As we both have long dark hair, we look similar from behind,' Gemma said.

'My mom's husband, my step-father, went up to me and smacked me on the butt, span me around, grabbed my tits, then started undressing me, thinking that it was mom. How we laughed. Especially as it happens at least three times a day. Mom finds hilarious, though my husband, Ian, finds it less amusing.'

Debbie, who has been married to her second husband John for 15 years, says the confusion started just after they met.

'I would come home from work and find John lying naked next to Gemma in her bed. How we laughed; it is amazing that still, all these years later, he still gets confused, even though we really do look identical.'

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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