Transcript for 7 Percent of School's Graduating Class Are Twins
Double vision nine times -- the school and graduating in nine sets of twins in the same class. They get the story now from frank -- from WLS and Chicago. They graduated from central middle school and Tivoli park side by side. The national -- area client Jack loved coach. Nine sets of twins and 18 grade class but eighteen individuals. Nephew George Mark -- mark Korean -- -- Twins at birth twins forever. -- -- Deny any Shelby -- -- we have 268. Students in in the eighth -- as well as we have nine sets of twins -- comes -- to 7% of our eighth grade class the individual twins have been separated in different classrooms during their grade school years but for us they all got together for their first time ever in class. Easier for us to shoot some double vision video. And easier to talk to the kids about being twins. We just coming -- like I'm organized -- it's. Just basic things like holiday Andrea Day does a dragon nerds yes. But he -- in my stuff. We should -- teaching he should switch classes. Oh. Just appreciate. And has some ups and downs -- fraud and -- really Smart. And -- -- -- -- to -- her comments Americans. Who do you do there. The pound and -- nine sets of twins six fraternal three. I wonder what that's like. And you get to confuse people on purpose just to get a laugh -- -- it like teachers. Yes -- you like. You can make it look like here in two places at once or as if you tell predatory. Awesome for him. They graduate to -- two together too much fun. Doesn't -- teacher something in the water there -- -- and -- arts in America up 76%. Since 1980. I -- until -- I think you might you know trying to tie ins did. Did not my twins and twins and each other than babies but yes and they were identical and still are suppose but happening -- young you could not tell them apart they must -- a lot of fun in school. You think it is a modern situation where like the total unpaid fertility -- -- -- --
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