Thursday, November 3, 2011

Siamese Twins


It would seem the blog war has escalated and Elisa now has a lieutenant to lob verbal bombs for her, Melynda, going under the moniker Craziness Abounds of the blog

Crazy world


 You may have noticed that Craziness Abounds has another blog where she describes how she lost 110 lbs.

How I lost 110 pounds

And of course there is Elisa's mammoth-success of a blog.

http://ecwrites.blogspot.com/

What she has failed to mention in this blog is that the 110 lbs she lost was actually her conjoined twin. And, you guessed it, her twin is Elisa. I didn't want to pull these out, but here are some little known pictures of the two of them before the operation to separate them in Taiwan.


There really is a reason why Elisa and Melynda are the butt of all the jokes.

They've preserved their looks rather well, don't you think? Is that a penis?!


My! What a long tongue Melynda has. (snicker)

Relaxing in the waiting room in Taiwan, before being separated. It was a happy-sad day.


And of course, in their youth on the farm.


I debated whether or not to put this one in. After all, everyone should be allowed to make the mistake of posing for a racy Siamese Twins calendar during their college years.

17 comments:

  1. Nice photos of the world's first non-identical Siamese twins! Shane, I have to admit these are very clever. Love the calendar. This idea worked out better than your pranks!

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  2. Six more like that, and you could make a calendar and sell it. Probably make a fortune. Or not, maybe it's too niche?

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  3. Q: What did Melynda say to Elisa about their shared leg before the separation operation?

    A: You can have it if you'll give me a hand.

    hee, hee.

    fishducky, sometimes truth is more powerful than fiction.

    Joshua, That is a brilliant idea. However, it would have to be all of Elisa and Melynda or it's a no go. Furthermore, they would have to undergo the surgery to be re-joined to take some more pictures, but it would be worth it.

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  4. I'm going to have to give you some credit for originality here Shane. Especially since there is a tiny flaw in your um shall we say, idea?? I'm actually Julie's age not Elisa's.
    However I will give you prop's. Well done. Thank you by the way for giving me the better of the two bodies in that last photo. Of course you can expect some retaliation here, as I'm sure you expected. :)

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  5. Yeah, why did I get the crappy body on the last one, AND a big butt on the first one . . . AND a penis on the second one!

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  6. LOL!!! This is great. I almost exclaimed "Oh GREAT googly moogly" at one point, but I held it in. Didn't want to be a copy cat..hahaha

    I can't wait to see their come back!

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  7. Melynda,
    Actually, the cow that birthed you guys, just took ten years to push you out. Your head just happened to pop out first.

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  8. Shane, Thank God you're not my brother (he's dead anyway). I laughed so hard at this post that it almost makes up for not having sex in 10 years. Almost. I'm going to follow you bad boy. I hope you follow me.

    Love,
    Lola

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  9. I have 4 brothers, you are all a cruel lot.

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  10. Wow! I don't even know you guys and I was cracking up. Totally something great friends would have a blast putting together!

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  11. Mrs. Tuna

    I'm cruel in the most loving way possible.

    Pamela,

    Thanks for the feedback. I really appreciate it.

    Lola,

    Good luck on the sex thing. I'll be heading over to your blog.

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  12. I can't wait to see what they come up with to get you back!!

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  13. Oh! Oh, wow. I think this is the first time I've ever been glad my brother isn't very computer savvy. And your "the gauntlet has been thrown" comment...pure poetry.

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  14. Vapid Vixen,

    The gauntlet HAS been thrown, and if Craziness Abounds knows what's good for her, she'll let it lie...I mean lay...

    Holy hell, which is it?! I really hate that word. She's toast. Okay? Burnt toast. Now THAT'S poetry.

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  15. First, I believe it's "lie," as in "let sleeping dogs lie." "Lay" just sounds like you're expecting...umm...intimacy.

    Also, the phrase "burnt toast" makes me think of Heywood Banks.

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  16. Joshua,
    I was leaning toward lie, but from the way you describe it, it sounds like a win-win either way.

    Thanks for the link to the performance of Toast. I'd never seen it before and it was truly entertaining.

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