Would you want to meet your look-a-like?
7 Mar 07
I don't know. But I must have a BUNCH of look a likes out there because everywhere I go people seem to be convinced that I am someone they know or someone they worked with at one time. It usually ends up that it's someone completely different. Maybe I just have "one of those faces" but I often get mistaken for other people. I've had people come up to me and say "Sue, yoo hoo, Sue, hi, how are you?" And I'll say, "Uh sorry, I'm not Sue, I'm Linda." And they'll reply "Oh my God, you could be Sue's twin sister." Sue is usually they're brother-in-law's cousin or something. I've been accused of being a snob or ignoring people who said "hi" to me, even though I've never seen them before in my life. Oh, well...if that's my biggest problem in life then life is pretty good eh??? :)
• United States
7 Mar 07
I met my look-a like when I was 8 years old. It was scary...Even my parents thought so. We were at an amusement park and waiting in line to get on a ride. This man and his daughter got off and looked right at us. The weird thing was the man looked just like my father too. The girl looked exactly like me. Her and I starred at each other for a couple minutes, meanwhile my father and that man did the same. I have never had that happen since, and I don't want it to. It is a very strange feeling. My father still talks about it to this day. I don't understand why though, because I thought that it was weird. I mean we even had the same hair cut, and glasses... Now come on that is weird. If you want to find your look alike, go for it. You might find that you have something in common. My father and I didn't talk to those people, we all just starred at each other. That was 18 years ago.
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