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Everything you’ve ever wanted to know about the Nelson Twins

nelson-twins-whiteThe Nelson Twins are one of the most different standup acts into world. Identical twin brothers raised in rural NSW who perform as a comedy duo. They shot to fame on Australia’s Got Talent and now you have a chance to catch them at the Currumbin RSL’s Side Splitting Comedy on Thursday. The Twins had a crack at the quiz… yet their two minds answered as one.

 

If I wasn’t a comedian I’d be…
In a job where you get paid

What annoys me most about my mother is the way she…
Loves my brother more than me.

What annoys me most about my dad is the way he…
Used to wear my mum’s clothes.

What annoys my parents about me most is…
The fact that all their hard-earned money goes to me when they are gone.

The most repeated comment on my school reports was…
Why can’t your handwriting be neat like your brother’s.

People say I look just like…
The caddy from Happy Gilmore.

If I could rid the world of three people they would be…
The three Kardashian sisters.

If I could have a superpower it would be…
Uncontrollable laughter; my job would be so awesome then!

Kim Kardashian should…
Read my comment above.

People who text while they are driving…
Can multitask.

If I could change anything about myself it would be…
My height. I would like to be a midget.

The world should take notice of my…
Beard. I started the whole beard thing.

My worst habit is…
Picking my nose when I think people aren’t looking.

My most impressive feature is my…
Chin.

I am frightened of…
My comedy superannuation fund being empty at the end of my career.

When it comes to Christians I think…
Could you bring out a new book with hobbits in it?

In my ideal world…
I would not be in a double act.


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