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The first hour bell rings releasing you from the prison that is a high school class. You fumble with your backpack and try not to forget to grab your lunch as you and 20 others shuffle out of the doorway into freedom. On your left, passes a red-headed girl in the sea of teenagers. You think nothing of it. When you arrive to biology class, the girl from the hall is turning the corner. Wait. Hold on. Your head spins. She was walking in the other direction! Turns out, you’ve just seen a pair of KHS doppelgangers – strangers not related who hold uncanny resemblance to one another. Below are KHS students who frequently get mixed up – Will you be able to spot the difference?



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Charlotte Heinrich, features + in-depth editor

Interests: I love being a Pommie, reading, cooking and baking (& taste testing!), travel, Pinterest, and laying in bed watching Dr. Phil.
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