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There was this couple I knew. Had issues with her, didn't know much about him but he seemed a nice guy, knew they were good parents so they had that going for them. They also had this:

He and she looked enough alike that more than one person asked if they were sister and brother. This annoyed them. How did they start expressing that? If someone asked them if they were siblings they'd say "Yes!" and then start furiously making out.

TMI: a good way to make people shut up.

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rebellibrarian
Aug. 15th, 2010 06:41 pm (UTC)
Back in the day, my GF & I had similar hair cuts, both favored tomboy-dykewear & we were ALWAYS asked if we were sisters. My response was usually along the lines of, "No, now that would be immoral."
farceur_rouge
Aug. 15th, 2010 07:23 pm (UTC)
I can go you one better--in the same situation, my GF and I were consistently asked if we were twins. Yes, really.
mac_arthur_park
Aug. 15th, 2010 07:00 pm (UTC)
I get asked if I'm Kent's daughter from time to time, which I guess is biologically feasible (he's 13 years older than I am and, hey, we DO live in the south).

That's usually when I press up against his side, rest my head on his shoulder and say "He's the best daddy in the whole wide world."

Has worked every time except one, where the girl looked at Kent "That's a pretty little girl you got there, mister" while looking me up and down. Eeeew!
bonnie_rocks
Aug. 17th, 2010 03:38 am (UTC)
That is amazing. I have friends who get asked that all the friggin time! I wonder if they've ever done that...

~*::Meow::*~
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