Ordinarily, you would say it's pretty weird to actively wish for your baby to be born on the same day as someone else's, unless you're planning on carpooling to the hospital or something.
But when you're identical twins who always dress the same and have had a joint wedding with another pair of identical twins, who also always dress the same, aaaand you all live together in one big house, then it pretty much comes as know surprise that you're planning on synchronising your pregnancies.
Brittany and Briana Deane got hitched to Josh and Jeremy Salyers in a joint ceremony at the 2018 Twins Days Festival in Twinsburg, Ohio, USA, which pretty much tells you everything you need to know.
However, if you do want to know more about the couples and their shared big day, then TLC documentary, Our Twinsane Wedding, should do the trick.
In it, Jeremy spilled the beans on their plans to simultaneously impregnate their wives, with the hope of having babies on the same day.
He said: "We want to have twins, and we want them to be born on the same day... We'll be raising our families together as well. That's something we're all on the same page about too."
The identical twin husband and wife pairings all live together and play charades, apparently. Credit: TLC
OK Jezza, it's all well and good to come out with the big talk, but how exactly are you going to execute this plan?
Presumably he'll set out their shared dining table before enjoying a romantic semi-incestuous four-way meal, but then what? Will they all put their hands in and say, 'right let's go make some minions'?
Or perhaps Brittany and Briana will go, 'OK, Jeremy, Josh, remember to both ejaculate at exactly 8.10pm'.
Or maybe, just to be safe, they'll do it next to each other, so the bros can communicate and make sure they get their timings just right.
... Na, come to think of it, they won't do that - that would be weird.
Indeed, they have explained in the past that there is no partner swapping between the siblings.
When asked by Fox News to identify the strangest question that the couples get asked, Jeremy said: "We get a lot of questions about our living situation, [we get] mostly positive responses when people find out about it. We don't mind talking about it at all."
Briana added: "I would add that we totally know we are eccentric, socially eccentric.
"I would say that the one that we get a lot [is that] people always ask if we switch partners - I hope we have explained ourselves that we do not!"
OK Briana, we'll take your word for it, but I think you can forgive us for asking.
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