On my wedding day I make my twin sister enjoy my husband and she knows we don't have to share it with him.
An unidentified lady with a twin sister tells how she made her sister identified with her fiance on her wedding day when she loves her. she slept with her fiance.
She still shares with her twin sister according to the lady.
"It was my twin sister growing up, my best friend.
We played the same toys, read the same books and even had the same bunch of school friends.
I never felt that, apart from my twin sister, I needed anyone else who knew all my secrets and the bond remained with me even when we went to several universities.
Shortly after we graduated from college and found a job, my sister (May) moved out of her house, but I stayed with our parents while still in touch with May.
In this period, I met Edmund and fell in love with him on one of my work trips.
We did so well from the beginning that a few weeks later we started dating and he suggested three months later.
I said it was fun to see somebody who looked exactly like it when he met her. My twin sister May was I telling her.
May also confessed to Edmund that she liked him and had other enthusiastic feelings, not just as her brethren.
Instead I had to say that May was supposed to date Edmund for a while without him knowing it could not distinguish them, and I expected him to be upset when I heard May say.
During our wedding dinner, we changed outfits and didn't know that he married her.
However, we never told anyone what happened that day, because I wanted May to meet the most important day in her life just as she had and was so happy when she saw Edmund kiss May.
I shared Edmund with May from that day on. Sometimes they eat with him after work instead of me, or they go to shop in the city, thinking that it was me while still promising to say nobody because I just loved May and perhaps they'll discover the truth one day."
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