Tattooed to differentiate themselves
When Christopher Griffin got the number two tattooed on his wrist as a symbol of being a twin, he thought his brother Cole would get a matching tattoo. Cole did, sort of. “I was born first, so I got a ‘one,’ ” he says, laughing. At 20, the twins say they now share more and get along better than they did growing up. They go to different Ohio colleges but have a daily reminder of each other: Each has the other’s name tattooed on his inner lip.
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