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''A common twist, in Twincest--and in BrotherSisterIncest in general--is SurpriseIncest: for a couple to fall in love, only to find out later that they're related. (See [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genetic_sexual_attraction genetic sexual attraction]].) The fact that SeparatedAtBirth is already a common twin trope gives rise to this. How far their relationship goes before they discover this generally depends on whether the plotline is supposed to be humorous or tragic.''
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\'\'A common twist, in Twincest--and in BrotherSisterIncest in general--is SurpriseIncest: for a couple to fall in love, only to find out later that they\'re related. (See [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genetic_sexual_attraction genetic sexual attraction]].) The fact that SeparatedAtBirth is already a common twin trope gives rise to this. How far their relationship goes before they discover this generally depends on whether the plotline is supposed to be humorous or tragic.\'\'
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While it's a common enough subtrope for BrotherSisterIncest, is it ''really'' common enough to be in the description here for {{Twincest}}? Because I cannot think of a single example, and CTR+F
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While it\'s a common enough subtrope for BrotherSisterIncest, is it \'\'really\'\' common enough to be in the description here for {{Twincest}}? Because I cannot think of a single example, and CTR+F \"SurpriseIncest\" on the page source only brings up a single one. That\'s hardly \"common\". The fact they \'\'look identical\'\' would make it a lot less likely for me to believe this happens a lot (and if they\'re not identical, then it\'s really functionally the same as BrotherSisterIncest, anyway).
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''A common twist, in Twincest--and in BrotherSisterIncest in general--is SurpriseIncest: for a couple to fall in love, only to find out later that they're related. (See [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genetic_sexual_attraction genetic sexual attraction]].) The fact that SeparatedAtBirth is already a common twin trope gives rise to this. How far their relationship goes before they discover this generally depends on whether the plotline is supposed to be humorous or tragic.''
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\'\'A common twist, in Twincest--and in BrotherSisterIncest in general--is SurpriseIncest: for a couple to fall in love, only to find out later that they\'re related. (See [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genetic_sexual_attraction genetic sexual attraction]].) The fact that SeparatedAtBirth is already a common twin trope gives rise to this. How far their relationship goes before they discover this generally depends on whether the plotline is supposed to be humorous or tragic.\'\'
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While it's a common enough subtrope for BrotherSisterIncest, is it ''really'' common enough to be in the description here for {{Twincest}}? Because I cannot think of a single example, nor can I CTR+F
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While it\'s a common enough subtrope for BrotherSisterIncest, is it \'\'really\'\' common enough to be in the description here for {{Twincest}}? Because I cannot think of a single example, and CTR+F \"SurpriseIncest\" on the page source only brings up a single one. That\'s hardly \"common\". The fact they \'\'look identical\'\' would make it a lot less likely for me to believe this happens a lot.
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