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Turning The Other Cheek

by | 2nd, February 2004

‘THERE are some questions to which it is impossible to provide a satisfactory answer.

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For instance, how does the bloke who drives the snowplough get to work in the mornings and what would happen if you tied buttered toast to the back of a cat and dropped it from a height?

But the hardest one to answer is why do neither of the multi-talented Transylvanian twins known as The Cheeky Girls have a boyfriend?

It is a question that OK! puts to Gabriela and Monica Irimia, who are as puzzled as we are by this situation.

“Maybe it’s because we look different from English girls,” Monica says, “but boys never come and talk to us.”

That could very well be part of the reason – after all, there are not many English girls who look like the product of an illicit liaison between Count Dracula and a whippet.

But there is perhaps more to it than that.

By their own admission, the girls never spend more than a few hours apart, although “we did spend the whole night apart once”.

Sadly, OK! does not probe further and discover the reason for this sole night apart, but Gabriela hints there may have been a boy involved.

Whoever he was, however, he clearly did not have the appetite for more than one night – and these days it seems that the girls come very much as a package.

Touch one bum, touch the other. Anyone brave enough?’

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