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If you were asked if you and your sibling ever swapped partners, you would presumably answer 'no' before going and talking to someone less weird at the barbecue/pub/Birders of Stockton-on-Tees' annual get-together.
However, if you and your identical sister married identical twin brothers, then that goes from being a weird question to a fairly inevitable one.
Brittany and Briana Deane must have known this would be part of the deal when they got hitched to Josh and Jeremy Salyers in a joint ceremony at the 2018 Twins Days Festival in Twinsburg, Ohio, USA. Seriously.
However, despite countless onlookers putting two and two together (quite literally) and assuming the sibling pairings were partial to playing swapsies, the couples deny that such spousal swingery takes place.
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 you'll forgive us for asking. After all, it is very 'socially eccentric' to not only have married the identical twin brother of your identical twin sister's husband, but to also then live together as a foursome under one roof.
The couples got married in August and Briana described the start of their married lives as a 'whirlwind'.
She said: "Our first few months of marriage have been a whirlwind of fun and getting used to being married and the four of us living together, that dynamic."
Brittany added: "With all four living together under one roof, there's a lot of double dates."
Yes, then after your double dates, you always go in your respective pairs to your respective bedrooms. Gotcha.
As for 2019, the sisters are of course hoping to get preggers at the same time.
Brittany said: "We hope to start our family, we're hoping to get pregnant around the same time. If we do, we'd like to go on a babymoon. We'll play it by year, according to that."
No doubt they will both be hoping for identical twins.
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