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Jack and Jerry Watson were Timmy's next-door neighbors. Jack and Jerry Watson were brothers. Because of how similar they looked to one another, the two sisters couldn't always tell their twin brothers and sisters apart from one another. There were times when they had both had enough of being mistaken for one another.
When Jerry first opened his eyes this morning, his first thought was, "I'm going to make a snowman!" "So am I!" Jack yelled something out in a very loud voice. Gery glared at me with a frown. Not at all like mine, you aren't! Never in a million years! Jack was so upset that he started crying.
They had a late night together the night before they constructed their snow figurines. A straw man, coal buttons, tree limbs for arms, and stick fingers were some of the accessories that Jack sported.
The snowman that Jerry crafted had a broomstick for one arm, a peculiar headgear, and a raggedy apron on it. The same people said, "There!" with a sense of accomplishment. "I take back what I said; there is no comparison at all!" In the afternoon, there was a continuation of the snowfall that had begun earlier.
There was a brisk breeze blowing. Icy pellets were pelting the glass panes of the windows. Because of the intense wind and snow, Jack and Jerry had no choice but to stay indoors. When they did eventually go back outside, it was almost too dark to see their snowmen in action since it was becoming dark.
They have not yet made their departure! Jerrold screamed. Despite this, have a look at them! Jack was so upset that he started crying. Those snowmen had changed significantly since they had been made. The wind carried away the cap made of straw and the ancient bonnet, and the freshly fallen snow obscured the apron from view.
Since of the amount of snow that was on the boys' arms, they couldn't determine whether they were wearing broomstick sleeves or tree stick sleeves because all of the buttons were hidden by the snow.
"They're almost identical!" After seeing that, Jerry completely lost it and began crying his eyes out. Which may elicit a response from the listener along the lines of "Isn't that something?" Jack's smile widened as he proceeded. It's been confirmed, "Twins!