'It's Like We're One Person In Two Bodies' - US Twins Haven't Spent 30 Minutes Apart In 15 Years
A set of 46-year-old twins in America have not spent more than 30 minutes apart in the last 15 years, even going so far as to match their food intake to ensure that they stay the same weight.
Amy and Becky Glass from Los Angeles share everything, including a Facebook profile, a bedroom, a mobile phone and a business.
According to the Irish Mirror, the pair are so eager to stay looking the same as each other that they wear the exact same outfit every day in slightly different colours and "have measured out every bite of food and sip of drink using scales and measuring cups for 19 years, to ensure their body-shapes and weights stay the same".
"We go bite for bite - and we warn each other when the last bite will be so we know when the other is full. If Becky doesn't want dessert, I won't have it. We either talk each other into it or out of it," explained Amy.
“At one point, I weighed a little bit more than Becky, so people would say that I was the bigger twin and we hated it. We decided to go on diets and we have both weighed the same weight ever since."
In fact, they are so close that they once even shared a boyfriend and have said that they are no longer interested in relationships as they feel like they are married to one another.
"He was the one guy that both of us had sex with. As twins with a connection, we kind of just knew instinctively who was in the mood that night. We never felt jealous of one another, because he would never choose between us."
"We thought about adopting a child and raising it together but we quickly decided against it. We love to travel and it's just too big of a responsibility. We don't want to get married because we don't have to answer to anybody. We have the same path in life - it's like we already have a soul mate with each other. We say we have a deal with God, he's taking us both together, at exactly the same time."
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