Thursday, September 3, 2015

Twin Strangers


Both Pugs - not at all alike

I saw an interesting article online yesterday about these two women - total strangers - who look so alike they could be twins. Weird. And know what? They totally do look like twins. It's kind of eerie, really.
From Huffington Post - these ladies are not at all related
and are 10 years apart in age

I am used to twins - my Mommy #2 and Aunt B (not to be confused with Auntie B) are identical twins and it takes a while to be totally comfortable with which one is Mommy and which one is not. Even the human kids have troubles sometimes - at a glance one cannot be sure who is who.

But total strangers? That's just RAD!!! I want to find my twin stranger. I think it would be fun to find another PUG PRINCESS who possesses my unique characteristics. Because, contrary to popular belief, not all pugs look alike. Look around at your family or group of friends. Do you all look alike? Mine sure do not.

Pug Sunday San Francisco - borrowed from Google search
Point being - do ALL of these pugs look ALIKE?
So if you THINK you know who my twin stranger is, let me know! You can comment here or email me at noodlesthepugATaolDOTcom OR you can even Facebook me HERE.


8 comments:

stellaroselong said...

I found my pug look alike in Princess Leah................Maggie Mae

MilitaryPugWife said...

Oh that would be cool to have a look alike! My mommy has a friend who looks exactly like her!

Two French Bulldogs said...

That is downright crazy
Snorts,
Lily & Edward

The Daily Pip said...

I always wanted to have a twin. That's neat that your mom #2 has an identical twin - though it must be a bit confusing for you sometimes.

Bella Roxy & Macdui said...

That's very strange...the women, not you. We have lots of twins in our extended human family, too.

Milo and Jet said...

It would be cool to have a twin :) Milo & Jet

Pug Slope said...

I do find it funny how non-pug owners think all pugs look the same. But once a human becomes a "pug person" they realize all our subtle little differences that make us unique.

-Love,
Sid.

Casey said...

Not quite TWINS, but Momma says that Jessie and I could be BLOOD siblings instead of just adopted ones. We both have the tall, slim body type that's not common for boxers, slightly longer muzzles, and the same coloring. Plus Jessie was rescued at the same age I was, and she still has a tail just like I did!