pulling a chris and a chester



the term used when denoting a situation when two close people kill themselves, both in resemblance to the other, usually in a span of two months. moreover the latter might do it on the former’s birthday.
girl 1: you remember jane and jack from soph-m-re days? they killed themselves last year. i just heard about it!
girl 2: oh my, weren’t they dating?
girl 1: yes! they were successful in totally pulling a chris and a chester!
girl 2: rip!

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