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Teen Finds a Cabbage Patch Doll’s Birth Certificate and Accuses Her Mum of Hiding a Secret Sibling

Teen Finds a Cabbage Patch Doll’s Birth Certificate and Accuses Her Mum of Hiding a Secret Sibling

A fifteen-year-old girl was looking through her mother’s filing cabinet when she happened across an old Cabbage Patch doll’s birth certificate. Believing it to be 100% authentic, the teen launched into a screaming tirade accusing her mum of hiding a secret sibling from her all her life.

I mean, sorry, but that shit is hilarious.

The story came to light when younger sister Chloe Evans shared the dramatic take of innocence and stupidity on Twitter last week.

Clyde Fabian. Isn’t that just the perfect name for a secret brother?

The hijinks continued long after they calmed sister Kristin down. Once she learned the hilarious truth, the family then mocked her mercilessly for the next two decades.

Chloe continued her thread revealing the original Clyde Fabian, all dressed up in scrubs like his grandpa wore at work.

Answering questions from her followers, Chloe shed some more light on the situation as to how her sister’s confusion began,

After her mother dug out the Cabbage Patch birth certificate, Chloe could see how her sister had become so certain that Clyde Fabian really was her secret sibling.

How utterly divine. And funny! We all did go a bit nuts over those Cabbage Patch Kids, didn’t we?

At least this family gets a hilarious story out of it!

I wonder if they set a place for Clyde Fabian at Christmas, too?

 

Source: Twitter/Chloe Evans

Jill Slater

Jill Slater

Jill is a busy wife and mother of four young children. She loves nothing more than making people giggle, and loves to settle in with a glass of wine (or four) and wander about the internet. Feel free to follow her to see all the cool stuff she finds!

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