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By  juststephhere  |  23

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  Enslaved  |  36

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  Enslaved  |  36

Yes, 54 but even identical twins have slightly different features that can make one more appealing over the other. I have identical twins in my family and I can tell them apart by tiny details such as a mole or a few pounds difference to name a few. (:

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My fiancé and is brother are identical twins. My brother in law has major acne and is thinner than my fiancé who works out regularly and has a slightly wider build. Just being identical doesn't make them both automatically attractive. Certain features aren't genetic and may be seen as unattractive.

By  Mickey0186  |  11

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  Welshite  |  39

I'm pretty certain it wasn't a baby picture, but you do know that a lot of published FMLs have occurred in the past, don't you, Pleonasm? The "today" is required regardless.

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  Pleonasm  |  31

Exactly. They would post "today my mom found a picture of me she had taken when I was a baby." What you did was take an FML dealing solely in the one past tense- the photo being taken and then the remark being made happening at the same time- and turned it into an FML dealing in two different past tenses. You're assuming that OP actually meant that these two events happened at two different times, when there is no logic behind that at all.

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  capsizedatsea  |  15

Yeah it could be the camera's fault! Just think of it like a sunset. It could be the most beautiful sunset in the world but a picture of it would never be able to look even half as amazing. So OP is just like a sunset. :)

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