When cousins are genetically half-sisters

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    • #84377
      itsplaster
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      Being that I finally talked my first cousin @LoveLamb to join BG – at least while she stays with me this Summer, I thought explaining how children of twins are genetically siblings would be interesting.
      LoveLamb’s mother and my mother are identical twins; therefore their DNA is damned close to the exact DNA. With that in mind, since LoveLamb has half of that DNA + her father’s and I also have that DNA + my father’s, we are genetically the equivalent of half-sisters. Sometimes – especially when she colors her hair red or I color mine blonde (as I’ve done), we look quite a bit alike. Our main genetic difference would be that she has light green eyes while I have one hazel-green eye and one brown eye (heterochromia iridium like my poppa.)
      Eh, the thoughts of Josef Mengele’s interest in us is pretty creepy. Lol Just some (semi) twin magic information for you all.

    • #84378
      LoveLamb
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      But we’re Dutch and part German. Didn’t he just enjoy experimenting on kike twins. Oh, pardon me. I mean Jews. Forgive my nasty manners.

    • #84381
      haydolf_hittler
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      You do look similar

    • #84387
      haydolf_hittler
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      I know a few Dutch girls plaster has got a Dutch essence about her features

    • #84388
      haydolf_hittler
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      I will add you Lovelamb. And yes it’s a well known name lol

    • #84390
      haydolf_hittler
      Participant

      Where you disappeared to ladies

      • #89606
        itsplaster
        Participant

        Ah, my love lamb went home. After leaving my house, she lost interest in BG. I ask to check in while I was in hospital but nah, she did not. Bitch. Just kidding. BG just isn’t her thing. I tried!

    • #84395
      Malachi
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      What an entertaining topic. Sounds almost like selective breeding, though it was unintentional. Nevertheless I still am interested by the information on this.

    • #84386
      LoveLamb
      Participant

      I’m sure they will have similar features.

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