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“[Being a twin] is pretty interesting. For us, it’s just like having a brother because we’re not identical twins. We’re not that alike– we’re nothing alike. He’s kind of shy, and I just like to play sports, but we are [still close]. We have a brother bond; I don’t really know how else to explain it. Sometimes, it’s good, like if I need someone to help me do something, or to help with school, or to practice. But it can get annoying because we’re there all the time. It’s pretty easy to get mad at each other. We [fight] about like the regular stuff, but [eventually], it kind of goes away.”

(Sophomore)

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