They’re totally in it for the fame, because no twins in their My twin sister, Katherine, and I have had our fair share of dating (no, not with each other, and no, not with the same guy), so I’ve had time and experience to weigh the pros and cons of being an identical twin in the dating world. However, it leaves me wondering how interested he is in just me, or whether he’s more interested in “us.” When you’re an identical twin, it’s just instinctual to always say “We” when explaining a story, because well, yes, we do most things together and my stories generally involve Kath. You’ve agreed to a date for weeks, and he’s been texting you leading up to it about how excited he is. With identical twins, you’re never going to look exactly the same.
However, I usually only realize five minutes into the convo when he is staring at me with a concerned look that he thinks “We” is referring to me and my many differing personalities. There’s only one problem: you’d rather sit in your PJs chain-watching some TV show whilst eating an entire pizza yourself (or is that just a “me thing”? Some nights, Kath looks better and I’m just like, “Alright, tonight’s your night” and vice-versa.
But how “special” these potential companions should be is a whole ‘nother question.(And you thought OKCupid was bad.) 1) Survivalist Describe your apocalypse plan in the case of a zombie attack. If you were stuck in the woods with nothing but an African vase and nail polish, how would you survive?I imagine these are the kind of questions they include on Survivalist Singles.com, a site dedicated to individuals looking for someone to face the end of the world with.Started by a pair of students at the University of British Columbia, Peeked Interest allows users to take a picture of a girl or boy they think is attractive, post it publically, and wait for the person in the photo to take notice.If said subject notices their picture on the site and wants to meet their photographer, they can exchange contact information and go on a date. While I’m sure the creators were going for a “Missed Connections” vibe, what ultimately came out will likely result in more restraining orders than dates. 3) Women Behind In 2009, the Internet exploded over reports about a new dating website that matched up users with convicted criminals who were serving jail time.