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Are the dudleys really brothers?

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2006-02-10 21:51:42
2006-02-10 21:51:42

I read a lot of stuff saying the aren't brothers, including a site that said who was related to who, thru the years, and they aren't on that list. no, just good friends they are half brothers in real life

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