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   The old "I'm the good twin, the evil twin did that" defense works better if you're actually a twin

04 Jan 2013 09:21 AM   |   3583 clicks   |   Iowa City Press-Citizen
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No Time To Explain     
Was expecting Florida, even with lack of tag

04 Jan 2013 09:23 AM
Quantum Apostrophe     
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04 Jan 2013 09:24 AM
"Aisha Chante"

Shocked I am, just shocked.

At least if it was a white women she would have argued how she was all important and shiat, the teacher was holding her up.

04 Jan 2013 09:26 AM
I grew a goatee so that if I do have a twin out there I don't know about, I'm guaranteed to be the evil one.

04 Jan 2013 10:09 AM
So now there's additional charges of resisting arrest, impeding a police investigation, and maybe a few more to add to the original charges. All because she feels entitled to drive wherever she wants. Maybe they can throw in a "child endangerment" charge for having her daughter in the car, and find a nice foster home and give the kid a chance at growing to be a productive member of society, since she isn't going to learn that from Mom.

04 Jan 2013 10:15 AM
Great Janitor     
I pulled that defense once. Was amazed it worked...mostly.

I was in the fourth or fifth grade and walking home from school one afternoon, for no reason other than to be a dick, I pushed a girl who rode passed me on her bicycle. She fell onto the grass, wasn't happy, wasn't hurt, and she rode on.

The very next day her brother found me and asked if I was the one who pushed his sister over. To avoid the ass kicking that I rightfully deserved, I lied and said that it was my twin. He bought it. He asked where the twin was, and I would lie about him being on a different street or he had detention or something. But every day his brother would find me and ask where my twin was. I honestly should have started taking a different route home.

Finally one afternoon I was walking home with my best friend and that brother came by, again, and asked where my twin was. My best friend looked at me and said "You don't have a twin brother." The only thing that kept me from getting my ass kicked was my friend's ignorance of what really happened.

04 Jan 2013 01:44 PM
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04 Jan 2013 03:17 PM

04 Jan 2013 05:05 PM
I got pulled over for a minor traffic violation and after the cop came back from checking my ID he said he knows my brother (twin) because he was the arresting officer for a series of stunts he pulled. i remarked that i'm the good twin with a big shiat eating grin on my face and he busted up laughing and let me go with a warning

04 Jan 2013 06:44 PM
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