Identical Twin Compare And Contrast

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A lot of people think just because you’re an identical twin, that you must be the same in every aspect of your life as the other person. In my case, and in others, being an identical twin doesn’t prove that we are the same in all areas of life. I have an identical twin sister, named Emily. Emily is pessimistic, high maintenance and very well organized. I, on the other hand, am more optimistic, open-minded and easygoing. We have the basic similarity of our physical aspect because we are identical. Some other similarities are, we both are family orientated, intellectually similar, and have the same tastes in clothes and music. When you’re the person who sees the glass is half full instead of half empty, you realize you’re the person who is always optimistic. Being an …show more content…
Every other kid in the family wants to be that child and envies them. Parents won’t tell you but we can see it. Growing up my brother and I always felt as though we were given the short hand of the stick and not paid much attention to as Emily. Currently that still upholds. My mom is a single mom taking care of three children; I don’t expect her to be perfect by any means. My mom just gives an enormous amount of money a week to my sitter for anything she needs. If Emily calls her, it only takes two seconds for my mom to transfer her money. When I call my mom, she will ask what I will do for her in return, like clean her room, and do her laundry or dishes. I don’t mind these but as long as it’s fair and Emily’s working for money too. My mom was excited for my sister to go to Mizzou and bought so much Mizzou stuff and planned trips to go down. When I said I wanted to go to LC she didn’t support it at first. My sister throws a party at the house with a good amount of people and only gets a slap on the wrist and my brother threw one at the same age and got grounded for a couple of

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