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These Twins – Tai(wo) & Keh(inde) Miss Out On Great Guys Because They Couldn’t Look Past The Physical

   

Tai and Keh

Some people say you should “Never judge a book by its cover” when you are looking to date, but however major or minor, appearance is often the first thing many men and women are drawn to or repelled by.

These twin sisters – Tai and Keh (If you haven’t already decoded, Tai is Taiwo and Keh is Kehinde) say the guys they date must have a certain physical appearance – the right face and the right body. Steve Harvey’s show set the sisters up with two men that met all of their qualifications, but the sisters didn’t see that.

The guys’ good looks were altered. They had makeup applied and their wardrobe adjusted – giving the illusion that they weren’t as attractive as they really are.

One of the guys – A pro footballer turned top real estate professional, and the other – A principal consultant at a Tech company.

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2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. bsimoyan@hotmail.com'

    Biyo Skibochi

    February 15, 2016 at 3:59 am

    Artificial babes with fake hair,what do you expect?

  2. Yumchucks@hotmail.com'

    Kechi

    February 15, 2016 at 8:23 pm

    I really dislike how they’ve shortened their names in an attempt to westernize them. How do you go from a beautiful name like Kehinde to “Keh”? I’m sorry but what sort of retarded name is that? My 2 cents

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