This is what it’s like to fall in love with your brother

This is what it’s like to fall in love with your brother

[Ed. – Inquiring minds want to know.]

The feeling was mutual: The pair shyly hugged and they had trouble looking at each other, in part because it was like gazing in a mirror, they looked so similar. “It was trippy, like seeing yourself in the opposite form,” Brian says. “Everything inside you is just vibrating. Your cells know that this is your person.”

They drove together to a nearby bar, and on the way, Brian grabbed Melissa’s hand and found himself telling her everything. “He starts divulging these deep, dark secrets. Things he’s never told anyone,” she says. “I’m doing the same. We’re talking nonstop, insane and enthralled.”

After a quick drink, they got back in the car and were quickly tearing at each other’s clothes like teenagers. “We couldn’t keep our hands off each other,” Melissa recounts. “It was primal, but we were also scared, like, ‘What is wrong with us?'”

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