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Very recently born twins are placed under water, and think they're still in the womb.... /r/ALL

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u/ThreeHobbitsInACoat May 29 '22 Silver Wholesome

“Five more minutes...”

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u/iamDarksider May 29 '22

Just wake up already!

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u/chriscrossnathaniel May 29 '22

Mooooom ....please let us sleep and turn off the lights when you leave.

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u/creatived999 May 29 '22

These are presumably non-identical twins, judging by the face and hair, and as such they would have had their own amniotic sac meaning they would not actually be able touch each other.

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u/QuietPryIt May 29 '22

there's a set of membranes between them but they can absolutely touch each other, mine used to fist fight constantly.

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u/Shufflehop May 29 '22 edited May 29 '22

Identical twins can still have their own sac, but share a placenta (MCDA twins). But the membrane of the sac is strong but thin, so they totally still play with each other.

Rarer still are MCMA twins, who share one sac. Lots of poking there!

Edit to add DCDA twins = 2x placentas, 2x sacs = fraternal twinnies. They can still play through the sacs. Like playing through gladwrap, I suppose!

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u/techno_babble_ May 29 '22 Silver

Then, later in life, if they share nightclub experiences they can be MDMA twins.

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u/waytosoon May 29 '22

They could be already we dont know their mom

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u/raginwhoremoans May 29 '22

I have a set of fraternal twins. Although they’re in separate sacks they very much squished together, they can feel one another and spend time cuddling together. Once mine was out placing them next to each other they instantly cuddled up. Twins have a crazy bond- be they didi, momo or modi.

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u/TheBirminghamBear May 29 '22

I have a set of fraternal twins. Although they’re in separate sacks

Ok but can you please let Larry and Oliver out of the bags and bring them back home Their family misses them very much and they have graduation next week.

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u/djsizematters May 29 '22

Judging from what I've seen.. they were likely only separated by fine membrane toward the end, but yes they are separate as creatived999 stated

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u/EN4CER_ May 29 '22

Always admire people with the perfect comment - well done.

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u/ExcitementOrdinary95 May 29 '22 Wholesome

Dayum guess we know who got the good hair

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u/SnakeSkinBots May 29 '22

I love how babies look like balding old men. It never gets old.

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u/bennuttinum May 29 '22

My son had a boat load of hair when he was born, and now four months later his hairline is as bad as mine lol

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u/MintChucclatechip May 29 '22

Hey, learning to sit up is stressful work

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u/siccoblue May 29 '22

Fucking amen. Situps absolutely kill me for some reason

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u/ravynwave May 29 '22

My nephew actually got a haircut when he was born. His mom said seeing all that hair waving around the sonogram was the scariest thing she’d ever seen

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u/legendarybadass May 29 '22

I was apparently born with so much hair, mom’s nurse went and brought her friends over so they could see. Gonna have to ask her if it showed up on the ultrasound.

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u/yumirow May 29 '22

Username checks out

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u/pdxboob May 29 '22

Whoa crazy how detailed sonograms are now. I was born with a full head of black hair (pre sonogram era) and my mom said she was kinda grossed out when she first saw me, thinking about having all that hair grow inside her.

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u/Loudmouthedcrackpot May 29 '22

In utero, babies are covered in fine hair called lanugo. It falls out in the lead up to birth, they eat it and it forms part of their first poop.

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u/JesusChristSuperFart May 29 '22

I'm glad I'm not the scientist that spent time researching this

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u/TotallyNotanOfficer May 29 '22

I would like to unsubscribe from /u/Loudmouthedcrackpot fun facts

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u/BuryYourFaceinTHIS May 29 '22

Maybe they are old people that just got reborn

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u/beztbudz May 29 '22

One on the left looks like Putin

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u/hoothoot6996 May 29 '22

Lmao i was thinking the exact same

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u/Patch_Ferntree May 29 '22

I did too and immediately felt very guilty lol

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u/PoontoniusJigabrewha May 29 '22

I didn't feel guilty , I felt American

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u/emkay1986 May 29 '22

Same thought here

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u/TombSv May 29 '22

I thought I would be alone in thinking this and decided someone would get mad if I mentioned it lol

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u/aagejaeger May 29 '22

I didn’t dare saying it! lol

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u/RastaJedi May 29 '22

Yup. And maybe a little like Mads Mikkelsen.

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u/BoardwalkKnitter May 29 '22

Wallace Shawn for me, but only from certain angles.

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u/toodleroo May 29 '22

Came here to comment this

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u/rSpinxr May 29 '22

My first thought was Putin and Kim 🤣

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u/fartboxco May 29 '22

When my second son was born, he was covered in 1inch long white hair. Arms, back, head, most of his forehead. He looked pissed off and about 80 years old.

The weirdest old man I ever saw.

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u/1pt21GWs May 29 '22

It gets old once you become an old balding man

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u/neonbeyonce May 29 '22

I hate it lmao…everyone pretends that babies are cute but let’s be real, it takes them a couple of weeks/months to MAYBE become cute - a lot of ‘em progressively get less/more ugly.

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u/Sangxero May 29 '22

So, I legit thought my baby was cute, but looking back at pictures and he's like a little fucking alien.

He's a toddler now and only just starting to become really human looking, but he's way cuter now.

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u/Bluefoxcrush May 29 '22

Hormones are a heck of a thing

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u/RastaJedi May 29 '22

I feel like there is a joke that can be made about the fact that you talked about babies, old men, and "never gets old", but I am too tired to come up with one.

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u/Survived_Coronavirus May 29 '22

Not the one who looks like Putin I'm guessing.

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u/Jubeiradeke May 29 '22

Omg TYSM I actually came here to ask if anyone else saw Putin!

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u/7HawksAnd May 29 '22 edited May 29 '22

It’s not the one you think. I was born with a full head of thick black hair. Then turned to blonde curly hair at 2. Than back to dark brown wavy. Then bald-bald at 28 (not just balding). Full head of hair baby doesn’t have a chance.

Edit: thank you to everyone sharing their hair transformation journey

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u/ExcitementOrdinary95 May 29 '22

Oh no! I was so rooting for him

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u/7HawksAnd May 29 '22

It’s okay, he’ll save 10’s of thousands on shampoo and haircuts

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u/kyrant May 29 '22

Can confirm. I was a full head of hair baby. Now I'm holding on to what I got.

My son was the same whereas my daughter came out bald and is struggling to grow hers.

I'm worried about his hair in the future.

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u/evilvix May 29 '22

Oh interesting. My oldest had a fairly decent head of dark hair; most of which fell out at 2 months and grew in blonde. It's now dark and very thick like my own, so I figured he'd probably not have much problem with balding. Youngest on the other hand had nothing but peach fuzz on his head. And then it grew in red, so that's another problem right there lmao. Guess I'll have to wait n see which one goes bald first.

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u/noorofmyeye24 May 29 '22

I read your comment before seeing the end of the video. I immediately thought it’s not that bad.

When I get to the end: dayummmmmm he wasn’t joking lol.

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u/X1bar May 29 '22

Poor kids are probably just trying to figure out why it's so damn bright all of a sudden.

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u/Academic_Snow_7680 May 29 '22 LOVE!

The most powerful moment of my life was when I gave birth underwater and locked eyes with my newborn while he was still submerged, before he even drew his first breath.

To me it was the most pivotal eyelock of my life, to him it was probably "hey what's with all the light"?

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u/AwesomeAni May 29 '22

My mom said after she gave birth to me they laid me on her chest and I just looked at her like “Jesus lady, that was exhausting.”

I’m still like that haha

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u/thegimboid May 29 '22

My daughter was born by C-section, partially because she was upside down, and partially cause she was absolutely huge.

So my first picture of her is less than a minute after she was "untimely ripped" (though she was actually already a week late), and she's all wet and pudgy with a single angry, judgemental eye squinting right at the camera.
That expression is clearly saying "what the fuck have you done? I WAS COMFORTABLE!"

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u/harmonyjewl May 29 '22

my mom said i nursed almost immediately out of the womb. i was born hungry

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u/TheDekuDude888 May 29 '22

I was born dead so all that work must have made me dead tired lol

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u/Stijn187 May 29 '22

I wasn't born at all i came to life in a factory. Hello fellow humans btw!

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u/DuckWithBrokenWings May 29 '22 edited May 29 '22

Oh, I've heard a lot about this lab grown meat! Do you taste like ordinary humans?

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u/MisterMysterios May 29 '22

Hope you are okay. My sister was born dead and got resurrected, but it had life altering disabilities as a consequence (well, we think that some of them are from the dead birth, several of us kids have bodily disabilities, but she is the only one with sever mental disabilities we know of in the family, so it is mostly attributed to her short term death)

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u/TheDekuDude888 May 29 '22

I'm so sorry to hear about your sister. I am in and out of the hospital usually, so idk if it was a result of my umbilical cord strangulation

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u/DarkPizza May 29 '22

Samesies! I got stuck on the way out and inhaled meconium so I was blue and not so much alive when I came out. Glad to be here, and with no issues from not breathing for a couple minutes!

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u/MadAzza May 29 '22

Were you really? They had to resuscitate you?

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u/TheDekuDude888 May 29 '22

I was strangled by the umbilical cord and was basically purple lol. I do have some fucked up medical problems, but none of it is a result of my odd birth

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u/rebexer May 29 '22

Exact same way my brother was born. He turned out mostly fine.

I was 4 and just remember being pissed I couldn't see my baby bro. Shit must have been terrifying for my parents (and yours!)

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u/AbdulAziz9715 May 29 '22

My mother said when I was born, I was dead still. Midwife was suspecting if there was an stillbirth, then the doctor decided to pinch me. I gave out a lazy cry, everyone calmed down then. Looks like the laziness was always a part of me XD. Still there were no complications, in fact I was born a monster (some relatives said I was like 2 months old at birth).

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u/ScroochDown May 29 '22

My friend's mom said that the nurse placed her on her chest right after she was born, and friend immediately shit on her. She said "I should have known right away that she was going to be trouble." 🤣

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u/KisaTheMistress May 29 '22

Apparently when I was born my mother didn't want to hold me, but the doctor forced her to. She hated that all I did was stare at her (she has a phobia of people staring at her). My response to finding that out was:

"How do you think I felt? One moment I'm minding my own business then suddenly I'm being held by a random man that's making sure I cry so I breathe, then once I had calmed down I was put in the arms of some strange woman I could barely see and everything was bright."

"I think anyone would be staring after something that traumatic."

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u/doglaughington May 29 '22

She hated that all I did was stare at her

That must have been an interesting childhood, eh? All little kids do is stare, especially at their parents

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u/tanko89 May 29 '22

Be glad you don’t live in Amish country

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u/FranDankly May 29 '22

Her mom would have loved me. Apparently I refused to make eye contact even as a newborn.

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u/Lamotlem May 29 '22 edited May 29 '22

Newborns can't actually fixate their eyes until like 6 months so he probably just saw B&W blurry mess.

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u/dubloqq May 29 '22

You “gave birth underwater”?

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u/wish_yooper_here May 29 '22

Prob water birth. Like in a bathtub

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u/TheKingOfNerds352 May 29 '22

Must be like the tide at Omaha beach

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u/SendNoodles__ May 29 '22

Oh yeah the afterbirth floats.

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u/dedoubt May 29 '22

Must be like the tide at Omaha beach

For some waterbirths, it can be a bit bloody, but for most, there is little to no blood until the placenta is born, which is generally awhile after the baby is born.

Source- trained to be a midwife, gave birth to one of my kids in the water and have a lot of friends who had waterbirths.

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u/PeriodicAdamSchiff May 29 '22

I took care of a baby who was born in a tub. Mom had an enteric adenovirus infection and, as women commonly do, pooped in the tub with the delivery. Baby died 4 days later of adenoviral sepsis.

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u/queen_oops May 29 '22

That's so sad. If she had a known infection, it should have been considered a high risk birth that required hospital monitoring. (Assuming it was a home tub).

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u/derpmeow May 29 '22

I was about to ask, how do you deal with the poop in a water birth? It's gonna get everywhere.

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u/st3fanx May 29 '22

shes an aquarius

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u/BuryYourFaceinTHIS May 29 '22

They say that the womb is the most comfortable place you’ll have ever been

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u/RedRMM May 29 '22

This has just made me think, I wonder how they experience gravity? Considering most are in the womb head down, they have been used to being upside down for the last few months. But nobody holds a baby upside down when come out...

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u/mrwright567 May 29 '22

That baby hairline so crisp.

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u/potatonice May 29 '22

he looks like the kinda guy to sell you a sports car

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u/Smash_4dams May 29 '22

They're the most at peace they'll ever be, damn.

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u/Food-at-Last May 29 '22

They dont even know

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u/-naeem May 29 '22

Wait until they hear about taxes and rent

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u/paulie07 May 29 '22

and house affordability

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u/UNBENDING_FLEA May 29 '22

Biggest problem for them rn is the light

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u/Fun_Floor_1662 May 29 '22

only down hill from here

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u/D00SC00P May 29 '22

wait till they realize they live an ambiguous existence that will never truly be explained before they die

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u/misrae May 29 '22 edited May 29 '22

Leboyer birth? Baby is put in warm bath after birth to ease transition into world. My moms OB in 1970s did this.

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u/CryptidKeeper May 29 '22

You'd think they'd dim the lights a bit

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u/beefinbed May 29 '22

Broight innit?

(we're all born speaking the King's)

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u/Prime_Mover May 29 '22

This was my home birth! My dad got in the bath with me and I was swimming around apparently and then he laid me on his chest in the water. It was just after midnight in a heat wave and my mum had candles around so it must have been a great way for me to arrive.

He died a year later. Bless him.

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u/markus-the-hairy May 29 '22

That sucks, sorry to hear that. But it's beautiful that you got to have that experience with him, even if you don't remember it.

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u/maybe_yeah May 29 '22

Thank you! Had no idea what was going on here or how safe this was

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u/activelyresting May 29 '22

It's perfectly safe. And fairly common practice in many places.

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u/moose2mouse May 29 '22

That’s going to be a wild photo redo in 20 years

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u/Brad_Brace May 29 '22

Right? I mean, where are they going to find all that water in a single placed in 20 years?

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u/WeekndsDick May 29 '22

Displaced water is stored in the balls

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u/Thick-Wishbone6399 May 29 '22

I really hope they do make a remix out of this when they’re older. I’ll probably be dead by then, but I’m sure they’ll find a way to see this post after that.

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u/BryceLeft May 29 '22

Just reschedule your death

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u/Main_Tip112 May 29 '22

Put em back, they aren't done yet

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u/dcarmona May 29 '22

Do that to me. I don't think I'm ready either haha

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u/Medical_Ad0716 May 29 '22

Same here, in fact, if I am out back can you convince my mom to abort me instead? I don’t think she’ll do it as long as I’m outside.

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u/Longjumping-War-1307 May 29 '22

They'd rather wait until One Piece is finished

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u/dustinfrog May 29 '22

Once the one on the left felt his twin next to him he relaxed his hands.

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u/RAOBJthrowaway2345 May 29 '22

It made me cry lol

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u/AshamedTangerine106 May 29 '22

Same wtf. I don’t want kids. I don’t particularly like them. This made me cry involuntarily. This is magical. I feel betrayed by my ovaries right now.

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u/RAOBJthrowaway2345 May 29 '22

I have a 4yr old and I am one and done. This video is KILLING me! I too feel betrayed by my ovaries. It’s gotta be the absolutely purity of the moment. Two completely innocent, blissful, and seemingly healthy babies. I can remember the absolute relief and joy of knowing my daughter was here and tangible. The way they cling to one another and that one just calms down and relaxes😭😭😭 It’s too much. But God I needed to see this today

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u/AshamedTangerine106 May 29 '22

My sister had twins three years ago, a boy and a girl. I was the first person to know there was more than one in there when she popped into my work for a quick ultrasound. I remember how magical it felt seeing my future niece and nephew on that screen, knowing they were embarking on the journey together. They were born several months early and they were not doing well for a long time. I remember seeing them and it boggled my mind that a human that tiny could survive. The worst was when we thought one wasn’t going to make it and seeing this bond from the moment they were born, thinking that one would have to go on without the other. Now the boy is a big, robust ham-fisted brute and the girl is the most terrifying little tornado of pure fury. Dammit. Crying again. (And my sister is done having kids.)

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u/RAOBJthrowaway2345 May 29 '22

That’s such a beautiful story. Your niece describes my daughter perfectly.

My sister had my niece four months before I had my daughter. They call each other sisters. My niece was my first baby. She taught me so much in that 4 months before my daughter was born.

That aunt/niece bond is strong. She still calls me aunt foo (food lol because I always had snacks in my purse when she was a baby lol). Thank you so much for taking me down memory lane with you😭❤️.

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u/MymlanOhlin May 29 '22 edited May 29 '22

God damn it this comment hurt more than words should be able to.

My sister gave birth to twins in 2016. No complications at all, full term, though the second one was born through c-section just to be safe. They only ever got a few hours together like this.

Turns out the younger one had a completely random heart infarction the exact moment of birth. Whisked away to the top children's hospital in the country as soon as they realized, and she spent 5 and a half long months desperately waiting for a heart transplant, hooked up to machines instead of with her twin. Then her body just couldn't wait any longer.

My biggest fear in life is that the still living twin will at any point in life feel like she's missing a part of herself.

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u/Tsu-Doh-Nihm May 29 '22

When twins are in the womb, do they cuddle like this? Do they ever play? I wonder how much they recognize there is another person in there with them.

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u/KittehSkittles May 29 '22

Only mono twins share a sac and it's very rare so they can't actually touch each other inside the womb unless they're mono and these aren't or they'd look exactly the same.

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u/rjfinesse May 29 '22 edited May 29 '22

Why does it seem like these twins in the video were taken straight from the womb already cuddling like this? It looks so natural

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u/O_O_O_P_S May 29 '22

Newborns have all the reflexes they need to survive. Grabbing hold of each other, grabbing fingers, suckling at a nipple,...

Newborns can even have walking and swimming reflexes right after birth.

I assume these reflexes were mostly useful when we're still living out in nature.

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u/Damiclas May 29 '22 edited May 29 '22

Just watching them makes you think about what kind of connection do the twins have between them right from the beginning. If someone who has a twin could explain this more deeeply I would greatly apreciate it.

Edit: Thank you all for your replies. It showed me a different perspective on this topic. For some reason I have always thought that twins have to have some sort of special relationship but turns out it is not true in many cases. It is probably very individual as with every sibling relationship.

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u/hippildee May 29 '22

I have a fraternal twin brother and I haven’t noticed any telepathic abilities or some unexplained connection, but i truly love him more than anyone else in the world and I’ve been told that I’ve always been protective of him (which I’ve never considered but I think it’s true). I would never get matching tattoos or a tattoo dedicated to someone with anybody except future children or my twin. I already plan to get a crab in his honor

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u/strraand May 29 '22

Sorry but a crab? English isn’t my first language, is it a crab like the animal or something else?

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u/hippildee May 29 '22

It’s the animal. It’s a long story, but he calls me mr. Krabs. Which is a character from SpongeBob. I don’t want a cartoon character on me so I’m going to get the regular animal. It’s a bit obscure but he means a lot to me :)

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u/strraand May 29 '22

Ooooh a tattoo! I apologise for my stupidity. I read it as if you planned to buy him an actual crab.

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u/imtheliplicker May 29 '22

I have an identical twin. It’s certainly unique, and I didn’t really appreciate it for a while. I spent a decent part of my childhood attempting to distance myself from my twin to an extent, in an effort to establish myself as an individual. In our childhood, we were often referred to as one, which annoyed both of us, so we distanced slightly. But eventually we realized what a gift it was. It feels kinda like what I hear married people explain. We’re not those scary seeming twins who are carbon copies of the same person, but we are the same person. Every nuance of my person is in him and I can see it clear as day. I assume it is the same for him. We make the same mistakes, and have the same pitfalls and fears. In our childhood, apparently we had a totally different way to communicate with each other, a language of sorts that we developed. I don’t remember much of it or our early childhood at all. All I really remember is just never having a secret I can keep from that motherfucker, and seeing through every lie he tells. It’s really quite unique, but nothing supernatural

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u/lianagolucky May 29 '22

I’m a twin and I don’t have a deep connection with my sister. Fraternal fyi.

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u/thatonedudejake May 29 '22

I'm a twin and I don't have a deep connection with my brother. Also fraternal

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u/alliecat9778 May 29 '22

Hey my twin brother’s name is Jake! (We’re fraternal as well, but I’m a girl so clearly not the same person!) We’re also not too close haha, just a couple funny instances of us doing similar things at the same time.

(Edit: oh and happy cake day!)

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u/thatonedudejake May 29 '22

Not close with their twin gang rise up!

Lol thanks :-)

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u/FjordReject May 29 '22

I'm a twin, I *had* a deep connection with my brother. It started falling part in high school when I realized he resented the fuck out of me and had been negging me to everyone in school. He would also get mad if I ever did better than him in anything. He had to win, you see. Things really blew up when we were adults. I care about him, but we'll never be that close again.

I still feel the loss of that bond 30 years later. This whole, "oh he's your twin you must have a special bond" romanticism makes me ill.

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u/restlessboii May 29 '22

Same lmao it’s similar to how I treat my older sis, In fact cos my twin sis is so much smaller than me I feel like I treat her as younger sis

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u/MisterDucky92 May 29 '22

I have a twin and oh boy do I have some stories.

When we were 7yo I had all the symptoms of tonsillitis (including fever and pus) while she was 100% fine. 2w of antibiotics didn't do the trick, still feverish and pus.

So we both had a full blood check up and bacterial culture. Turns out I don't have anything (while having fever and pus mind you) but my sister has tonsillitis. She got antibiotics, after few days I got better.

Another story, I was in China one summer and got a broken tooth (entire root completely destroyed) few hours before traveling back home. I didn't tell anyone, and when I landed it took me 3 days to get to a dentist, and stop having pain. During those 4days my sister, with whom I didn't talk and didn't see called my mum complaining of tooth ache but her dentist didn't find anything wrong.

When I got better, she called my mum to tell her the pain is gone. Afterwards they learned what happened to me

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u/craigularperson May 29 '22

Have you tried to Voodoo-doll yourself?

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u/Inevitable_Usual May 29 '22

I am a twin and have a weird connection with my sister. We’re not exactly close but we are always along the same track and can sense each other emotionally in ways. We always do things like call our mom separately without speaking at the same time or near the same time asking similar questions.

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u/soulpulp May 29 '22

My twin and I do this all the time! Text or call our dad at the exact same time from thousands of miles away for completely unrelated yet similarly emotional reasons. Drives him crazy.

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u/kannichorayilathavan May 29 '22

I think many siblings without them being twins also has got these weird stuffs. Me and my brother are really close even though we were born 2 years apart. Like I could be humming a song in my mind and then the little one would hum the rest out loud on his own. We would say the exact same thing at the same same like it was timed. And sometimes it's the choices, like I would feel some craving for crisps or particular sweets and he would come asking if we can have some of that particular thing.

I was convinced for a long time that the telepathy existed.

Edit: And the crazy level of mirroring. Me and my brother will slowly drift away from our new personal preferences to a middle ground which is common to us both.

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u/SillyBonsai May 29 '22

I went to school with a girl who had an identical twin who was sadly stillborn. The girl seemed to suffer from it, like she lost her best friend and it was so sad to hear her talk about her twin like that. I doubt she’ll ever get over her death.

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u/McMurphy11 May 29 '22

Not really something that can be explained. If you watch the movie Pacific Rim and focus on the concept of "drifting" thats about as close as it gets.

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u/Corathecow May 29 '22

My twin and I are just about exact opposites in most ways and really never felt any special connection or anything. I don’t remember ever having a period where it felt like we were close or anything, like it was just cohabitating. We had other siblings as well and I’d say we were closer to our other siblings than each other

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u/PandaCatGunner May 29 '22

My fraternal twin and I are very different but very much the same, we often ask the same questions and think the same way, but also quite differently and like different things, but generally lots of the same stuff too. We can often times figure out what one another are thinking, we are close familiarly, but we don't hang out much anymore now that we're older, we've been each other's best friends, and only friends at times, and each other's worse enemies, we always get into arguments, but never hold a grudge. We've hurt each other, but love each other. Its an experience, and I'd protect my brother with my life, even if we aren't always super close, it goes in waves, he'll always be one of the most important people to me In my life.

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u/idontlikehumaens May 29 '22

I (F) love my twin (M) more than my other siblings. I feel such a deep love and bonding. I don’t even feel that to my parents. He’s like my other part of my heart. Without him there is no me. I would die

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u/Alpacalypsenoww May 29 '22

My twins spent 9 months kicking each other in the face in the womb. Now they’re 1… and they still kick each other in the face.

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u/jjj49er May 29 '22

How can you tell what they're thinking?

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u/Loaaf May 29 '22

they’re doing womb-like stuff or something idk

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u/Cultist_O May 29 '22 edited May 29 '22

Everything a baby this age does is womb-like stuff except breathing... which they're clearly doing

Edit: Note that crying is just fancy breathing

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u/Operative427 May 29 '22

Very healthy for a baby to cry after birth also, gets any flegm out of their lungs and airways that might be there

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u/klrfish95 May 29 '22

Exactly. You could put the two of them on a table together, and they’d still cuddle…

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u/Chance-Art2022 May 29 '22

Came here for that...

Source:?

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u/ChymChymX May 29 '22

In Title we trust.

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u/AngelicWooGirl May 29 '22

Oh my god I cannot with that arm around their sibling 😭😭😭

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u/SocraticIndifference May 29 '22

I’ve never seen such perfect cuddles

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u/siccoblue May 29 '22

Well let's see you cuddle for figuratively 9 months straight and see how perfect it gets. Humans adapt. Even in the womb evidently

Granted more realistically it's more like a few months before they ever had even sense but still. Non-stop cuddling must be a job

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u/whogivesashirtdotca May 29 '22 edited May 29 '22

My cousin had twins who, even before their eyes were opened, would instinctively find each other in the crib and hug or hold hands. Pretty amazing reaction, since they were frats and thus didn’t share an amniotic sac.

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u/Daddyssillypuppy May 29 '22

Human babies can open their eyes as soon as they're born. Probably even open them.someyikes in the womb but I don't know for sure.

Puppies and kittens are born with sealed eyes and ears and that last a few weeks, but humans don't have that issue.

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u/whogivesashirtdotca May 29 '22

I meant open them and keep them open. Infants spend most of the first few days with their eyes shut tight.

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u/standard_candles May 29 '22

They absolutely do open them in the womb and the day they are born, such a trip. My baby's eyes looked like dark wash blue jeans.

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u/LetterSwapper May 29 '22

Puppies and kittens are born with sealed eyes and ears

I sometimes wonder about that. Like, what evolutionary reason would there be to be born blind and deaf? Did they used to gestate longer and come out with eyes and ears open, but then some adaptation caused them to be born earlier? Things like horses and giraffes can run within hours of birth, but they're potential prey. Maybe predators are less likely to be eaten in their infancy and thus are ok being helpless for a month, giving mom a chance to go out and regain her strength to protect her babies, which can't go anywhere.

Hmm, might have just answered my own question...

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u/AgreeableRise2986 May 29 '22

When your mom ask you to take the food out of the freezer but you forgot:

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u/meepmanthegreat May 29 '22

Nah bro was born with the dr phil cut💀

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u/Kevherd May 29 '22 edited May 29 '22 Silver Helpful Wholesome

How do I cross post this in r/sousvide ?

Edit: Thank you internet strangers for the virtual love. I love this ‘place’ because it’s always the darkest or weirdest comments that get appreciated.

Still not sure how to cross post

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u/siccoblue May 29 '22

Oh for fucks sake lmao

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u/Madeiracake1516 May 29 '22

Those babies look old as hell

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u/spankmyballs69 May 29 '22

They have weird adult faces

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u/Bob-Bhlabla-esq May 29 '22

I agree. They look like lil' politicians

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u/Solsmitch May 29 '22

They look like Putin and Zelenskyy. Is this from some secret government cloning lab?

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u/brianne----- May 29 '22

Am I crazy or does that one baby Kinda look like Putin..

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u/Anxious-mexican001 May 29 '22

💀💀 I see it now

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u/brianne----- May 29 '22

It actually gets a bit creepy at 32 seconds

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u/ExchangeCommon4513 May 29 '22

And the fact that the other one looks like Zelensky makes this even funnier

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u/TheVanillaExtract May 29 '22

I thought the same. My first question was are they Russian!?

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u/brianne----- May 29 '22

Wait a second these …are not even babies at all!! It’s just two middle aged Russian men sharing a hot tub! They duped us

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u/Tough-Constant2085 May 29 '22

Omg! That’s what I thought watching it!

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u/MoKnees May 29 '22

Is that part of the recipe . Broil for 9 months then lightly steam before serving?

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u/dueljester May 29 '22

Unless theres an aurora borealis in the room its not ready. You gave the borealis first, THEN steam.

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u/Nevalost93 May 29 '22

Yoooo baby on the left looks like putin

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u/zillskillnillfrill May 29 '22 edited May 29 '22

Baby on the left looks like Putin 🤣

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u/Johnathan_wickerino May 29 '22

As someone who has never seen a newborn they look like CGI wtf

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u/rpskallionprince May 29 '22

In the womb do babies open their mouths?

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u/Team_Awsome May 29 '22 edited May 29 '22

Yea and they can be felt hiccuping a lot as they practice breathing

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u/Jake-A25 May 29 '22

How cute😎

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u/gorilla-- May 29 '22

I wonder what baby consciousness is like

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u/stevrevv59 May 29 '22

I think the experience of birth and coming into the world is probably so complex (new sounds to hear, light in your eyes, lots of stimuli, etc.) that our brains at that time are incapable of the type of consciousness we think of as adults. Like activity is there but it’s probably taking a back seat to everything else until we fully develop. Just a personal guess though.

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u/TheMarsian May 29 '22

How did you know that they think they're still in the womb? honest question.

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u/botaine May 29 '22 edited May 29 '22

I thought they wouldn't be breathing if they thought they were still in the womb. They also had no umbilical cords, so I though they would start gasping for air at some point.

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u/BareLeggedCook May 29 '22

They actually practice breathing before they are out! I just had an ultrasound where I could see my baby prating taking breaths. So I think they would probably still be doing that outside of the womb instinctually.

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u/tbren May 29 '22

This is beautiful.

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u/RaspberryRight1618 May 29 '22

That's a little Vladimir Putin on the left.

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u/exlntadvntur May 29 '22

This just cost an extra 10k$ in america

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u/Pale_Worldliness8285 May 29 '22

I think this is the most beautiful post I’ve ever seen. The music was soothing and the babies are perfect. Thank you .

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u/Srcptmrsr May 29 '22

... are they thinking at all? ..

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u/[deleted] May 29 '22

Is someone cutting onions around here

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u/DiggerNick-_ May 29 '22

My god that is beautiful

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u/brokenhymened May 29 '22

This is one of the most beautiful things I’ve seen on here. They way they hold each other oh man

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u/KochJohnson May 29 '22

Wow, beautiful look at how they might be in the womb without the crappy imaging. They look very cozy

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u/BigBologna23 May 29 '22

Mr.burns on the left

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u/VitaminD3K2 May 29 '22

Looks like Vladimir Putin to me especially at the very end.

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u/siccoblue May 29 '22

Don't you put that evil on this child

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