My partner is 29F, and an identical twin.
I’ve learnt a LOT about twins in the duration of our relationship.
They are closer than I could ever imagine, and almost have their own sort of language/code, it’s like when they’re together they practically turn into one person and finish each other’s sentences and are almost oblivious to everybody around them.
This is all well and good, but we’ve had an on/off disagreement for months about letting her twin sleep in our bed when she visits. I think it’s an invasion of privacy, that’s our space and can be quite intimate, and I (25F) feel like that’s my relaxing space and I can’t relax with her twin in the bed with us. I also think it’s just weird and the attachment is a little bit too much, like it’s odd for them being nearly 30?
But my partner says I don’t understand because I’m not a twin, and our bed is her (my partner’s) bed too so if she wants her twin to stay in it, there shouldn’t be a problem.
Am I making a fuss?
Also, it’s not a S thing at all, I should add!
Here are what netizens think:
- Well you know twin sisters like to share, maybe you can share your sausage with the other sister.
- Hello bro wake up! This is a very big hint for you to start a PARTYYYY
- Man stepped on a goldmine but had no idea that it’s gold, therefore there is only one definition. Your a moron.