February 2009
Ralph;Feb2009, p70
An interview with several "Ralph" women is presented. When Danielle Kondratiuk was asked about the most common reaction of people when they find out that she and Tamara are sisters, she reveals that people tend to perceive that they are double trouble. Tamara, meanwhile, revealed that she is a bit envious of her sister's curves as she is petite and curvy. When asked who gets the most attention from men between she and her sister, Michelle Swinstead mentioned that they are both taken at the moment.


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