These People Look Like Identical Twins, But They’ve Literally Just Met.

These People Look Like Identical Twins, But They’ve Literally Just Met. April 1, 2023Leave a comment

They say somewhere out there in the world there’s someone who looks very much like you. According to Michael Sheehan, professor of neurobiology and behavior at Cornell University, “There is only so much genetic diversity to go around. If you shuffle that deck of cards so many times, at some point, you get the same hand dealt to you twice.” So of course if you were to meet your doppelgänger in person, you’d definitely want to document it. Imagine meeting a stranger who has completely different genes from you but still somehow looks just like you. Of course, you gotta take some photos! Check out the photos below of people who got to meet their doppelgängers.Bonus: They did a face-swap of the photo and both photos look completely normal.

Their faces just look SO similar!

If I were them, I would trick everyone and pretend we were actual twins.

And when opportunities like this rise, you have to take a photo!

And then you find out that it’s because your double was already living there.

Obviously your girlfriend doesn’t know you well enough. There’s a clear height difference here!

Not to mention the same bald haircut and beard combination.

And she’s your cousin’s husband’s sister with no other relation. You might want to start asking questions…

They could switch roles in life and no one would probably notice.

They even have the same style glasses.

Are you sure you’re not twins that were separated at birth?

I would have definitely thought they were actual twins if I saw them at a party.

And he’s from another country (Canada)!

You know you’ve found your true carbon copy when even your family can’t tell the difference.

Looks like you’ve been circling around the same friends this entire time.

Now the other guy just needs a nose piercing.

But I think the cap helps a lot.

Wouldn’t be surprised if you two had similar wardrobes and style.

And then you meet “Brian” and it all makes sense.

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