What about implying it was like looking into a mirror or since its been 50 years..a funhouse mirror because Im sure they are different weights?Today Ian needs to punch his twin brother Andrew who he's not seen for fifty years. I'm trying to portray the fact they are identical twins without actually coming right out and saying it but I may need to.
A-haaa. Middle Grade. Thanks. I doubt I would have been able to work that out. Funny, because we have a beat-up old convertible MG (2002 I think) - I keep begging him to change it as it looks like a hairdresser's car but he loves it.Lots of interesting stuff going on!
Middle Grade. (I test drove an MG Midget once, but couldn't work the sports-gears!)
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Ta! And I'm always interested in misanthropic rants. I did actually start a separate blog so I could do that sort of thing myself, but I did one post about litter and recycling lorries and it made me too angry to continue.
I've got him looking into identical eyes, commenting that twenty years they couldn't be told apart but now they could. Ian wonders how come the lucky sod only needs reading glasses. Then notices a hearing aid and is relieved he doesn't need one. Finally he touches his chin and wonders if he would look that good in a beard .What about implying it was like looking into a mirror or since its been 50 years..a funhouse mirror because Im sure they are different weights?