Guess Which World Record These Inspirational Ohio Brothers Are Trying To Break

Break.com Staff by Break.com Staff on Jul. 03, 2014
Donnie and Ronnie Galyon of Beavercreek, OH, have a world record within their grasp. They're already the oldest living conjoined twins. But if the pair can manage to stay alive until October 28th, they'll turn 63-years old, and become the oldest conjoined twins in history.

"We've dreamed about getting this since we were kids," said Ronnie, who spent his youth traveling with his brother as part of a sideshow attraction.

“Put it this way, I’m stoked.”

Talk about perspective! This guy's been literally joined at the hip with his brother for 62 years. He spent his youth in a freak show, and now he spends most of his days living in a specially constructed bed. But he's "stoked" just to be alive. Meanwhile, I'm a perfect healthy individual with no real problems, and I haven't been "stoked" about anything in at least four years. This guy's an inspiration to us all. Assuming the pair live to see this Saturday, they have outlived Eng and Chang Bunker, the well-known 19th-century brothers from Thailand who spawned the term "Siamese Twins."