At any rate, we can only assume the two finally figured out that their parents had separated shortly after the twins were born, and did the only logical thing, custody-wise: split the twins up, move to two totally different continents, and never speak of the incident ever again. But at least they are friends now (they shared a pint after the flight, and I'm assuming they exchanged numbers).
Is their any scientific explanation for the incident? Maybe we've reached peak levels of differentiation, and DNA has just become repetitive and we've run out of options and in the future everyone will have at least one person that is an exact copy of themselves and we'll have to fight them to the death to see which twin can live and which one must die.
Or maybe both these guys have beards. It's probably somewhere in between.
Wil Fulton is a Staff Writer for Thrillist. He thinks fortune favors the bold. And also the rich. Follow him @wilfulton
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