The trouble with twins – take a double take at this study

Jun 20, 2014 at 3:29 pm |
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Being a twin myself, I understand the response we get when people see us together. The general thought process can be confusing at first, then startling, and finally enlightening. Common questions that follow are who’s older, who’s wiser, or who’s the better half? I am sure these sets of twins had to face the same issues. Dylan and Cole Sprouse being 15 minutes apart and the Olsen twins being just 2 minutes apart.

Twin Brothers Dylan And Cole Sprouse

Twin Brothers Dylan And Cole Sprouse

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Twin Sisters Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen

Twin Sisters Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen

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All that changes with a piece of gum, apparently. Beldent gum did an experiment with identical twins and discovered some interesting reactions from participants. Their gum helped create a definitive difference in personality between the twins, regardless of how much they look alike or how similar they’re dressed. Also, supposedly chewing gum can clean your teeth, improve your metabolism, help you lose weight, wake you up, prevent travel sickness, and improve your sex life. Really? I think the twin chewing gum is up to no good while the other twin cannot wait to smile at the end of this experiment.

Decide for yourself and watch the Beldent Commercial below.

Good Twin and Bad Twin, you decide.