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A risky revealing nightdress (Rousse)

I met Belle outside the British Library. At first we were thrilled to discover that we had both topped our outfits with thin, silver-grey, suit jackets. Our joy turned to disappointment when we realised that just about every other professional … Continue reading

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Twin quad quandary (Rousse)

Were there two, three of four of them? Why did they all look so similar? In the end I asked the nearest one. ‘Oh, we’re just two sets of identical twin sisters’ came the explanation. ‘But you all look so … Continue reading

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Burgundy fashion for the blind (Rousse)

I explained that our friends always dressed in identical burgundy outfits because this made it easy to (a) ensure colour coordination and (b) select clothes for the wash – not least because they were both blind.

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The world’s most beautiful identical triplets (Rousse)

It had been a very long journey over the hills by tandem and car, but now we were finally in Canada and about to meet yet another set of cousins. I couldn’t wait to see the three girls known as … Continue reading

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A tandem upgrade and trying twins (Rousse)

I peered out of the car window to the left and gazed up at the faded wooden sign. In peeling red and green paint, it advertised a long defunct fishmonger. Just here, where we were now queuing in traffic, there … Continue reading

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Puppet maker passenger puts her trust in the professor (Rousse)

Stuck in traffic, I noticed a woman with a baby on her lap at the bus window. Seated towards the back of the ground floor of the bus, and almost level with us, she was the spitting image of JS. … Continue reading

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