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Two Michigan sisters are the “polar opposite” personalities are attracted to the internet by the photos which show just how different their styles are.
On Thursday, the Bishop of Alexandria, used Twitter in order to post, have a look at the very different flavor from her, and her sister, Jessica toutant, report the Metro.
“My sister and I are polar opposites,” the raven-haired Bishop, captioning a selfie of her and her brother’s, or sister’s, which was marked by a brilliant toutant rock rainbow-hued locks are in contrast with those of the company, in search of an author in a long, black scarf and a top.
Due to popular demand, Bishop, later shared the photos of the different interiors of their homes, and have a lot of pictures of the family.
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“Her house is across from mine,” the post continued to describe the photos of toutant happily in the backyard with a rainbow gate, and over the top a unicorn floating in a blowup swimming pool – a far cry from the Bishop’s stark-looking doorstop, warning passers-by to “go away” on the welcome mat.
Aesthetic preferences aside, the Bishop, told BuzzFeed News that she and her sister share a passion for the arts, and to work in an adult foster care home. The Bishop is a make-up artist, painter, sculptor, and illustrator, while her younger sister is running a Henna business, and teaches yoga, according to the Metro.
“It has always been a bright, sparkling, sun-worship, and while I’ve always been the quiet, reserved one who hates the sun and likes to wear black,” the Twitter user who described to her a brother or sister.
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In spite of their eight-year age difference, the girls are happy to join in with the adult.
“We both love the same movies and shows, and aside from my love of horror films, and we get along well in general, aside from playfully making fun of each other. Our styles are very different,” the Bishop said to the Metro.
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The bishop said they never expected their story to have them win the night in social media, reputation, referred to as describing the experience as “just weird.”
In the hours since the post, as it describes the story of the two sisters is fun and more than 673,000 times, shared more than 106,000 times, which led to thousands and thousands of comments as of Saturday evening.
“Both of my personalities clash with each other,” a fan commented.
“I don’t know who I want more,” and the other had a lucky escape.
Other users have agreed that the Bishop and the toutant is one of a kind close kind of bond, it reminded them of their own sisters and daughters.