Happy married couple looks like bro-sis

India
January 31, 2013 10:31am CST
Its my own observation, which may not be ok for all. But, I ve seen, mostly the couples having very good compatible life style look like brother-sister at least after passing some good years. I think, its perhaps due to their dressing sense, mannerisms, way of approach etc. In a happy couple, one may find all these things reflects equally in both of them. Have you ever marked this thing in your experience? Please do share.
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@Carolyn63 (1403)
• United States
31 Jan 13
Have you been poking around in my life, lol. There is the occassional person that says my husband and I look alike. I don't see it. His Native American ancestry is obvious in his skin, hair, and eye color. Mine isn't. You can only see the Irish and German, unless you are of Native American ancestry. They can see the Comanche and Apache in me. However, more often, it's how we act that causes people to think he and I are brother and sister. We pick at one another like siblings. I once threatened to make us shirts that said related by marriage, not by blood. Our customers, even some now, think we are siblings. Far from it. I've looked at the family trees. They don't link.
• India
31 Jan 13
chk your backyard, may be behind that white big box kept below that pine tree. I usually go there.
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@Carolyn63 (1403)
• United States
31 Jan 13
Okay, just be careful. Our uncle lives behind us and he is a deputy. Oh, and watch out for the dogs too.
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@andak2007 (3230)
• Philippines
31 Jan 13
Hi, i do get that remark a lot when me and my husband go out together, we now are both bigger in build because we somehow eat the same food, we have the same dress code(not in a bad way), people always tell us we look much the same like brother/sister, is this good or not? Or should i exert more effort to be more sexier and attractive to keep away form looking like him?
• India
31 Jan 13
I think more you love n care, more you both will look similar. Unless you love less, you cant succeed in looking differently. Will you try to love less to your hero! ... lol ... njoy
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@jricky1 (6809)
• China
1 Feb 13
They indeed looks like very the same and through their behaviors and way they reacts,while i can't express them well but i do agree your saying.Looks like they match each other really well.lol
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@WakeUpKitty (8716)
• Netherlands
31 Jan 13
As soon as a married couple looks like brother and sister it means they lost their own identidy. It's also proved to couples that are starting to wear the same outfit. Personally I would not call this a happy married couple. It's more that the energy is out of the relationship. They became used to eachother and come along. There is nothing to fight for, there are no own goals to set or to chase for.
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31 Jan 13
hi, I think u r right.As they live together, share most of the time together and making each other comfortable by accepting each other's habits good or bad make them so much indulge with each other that they seem to look like brother and sister after some time of marriage.
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• Philippines
31 Jan 13
I've seen some couples who really looks like siblings and having similar physical features. But I guess it's a kind of cute seeing lovers like them. I really find them cool! :)
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• United States
31 Jan 13
I have heard that when a couple are together a long time. They tend to look like each other. I have seen people who look like family and are married. I always say people should have dna tests before marriage. on oprah they had a couple that were married and found out they were sister and brother.
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@ajithlal (14569)
• India
23 Feb 13
In this world, so many couples have happy married life . But almost 80-85% people have successful life . Because they have ego or any other problems. My character is not good for a successful family life. I am short tempered character. I would like to change my character but not working .
• India
23 Feb 13
the best part is that you understand tour loop holes ... it helps to understand others better. Thank you.