Twin Sisters Separated at Birth Find Each Other

Submitted by: fancylad 4 years ago in

...All because of social media! See, social media isn"t the product of Satan.
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Male 37,670
@NNoamfer: *nod nod* Yup! I`ve never come across a "reunited twins" story that ended badly. Every single time it was a -very- happy time for everyone involved.
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Male 1,216
Imagine how awesome it would be to one day figure out you have a twin...
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Male 37,670
[quote]@5Cats: Thanks... remarkable how lost that "better" was, isn`t it? =^.^=[/quote]
@Squrlz4: It was all alone and scared! ;-) But no worries! I took it home and tucked it safely into bed :heart:
I`m glad you found it funny! I am NOT a grammar or spelling Nazi, since I butcher grammar daily and cannot spell at all...

@mykunter: The term "Yellow" has fallen from favour, eh? Rightfully so. Even though White and Black are still popular.
"Brown" is confusing since it sometimes refers to Latinos and other times to Indians (from India. "East Indians"?) eh?

I have no solutions either.
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Female 6,381
"We reached our goal...but please everybody keep donating..." Yeah, I`ll bet.
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Male 6,227
@Mykunter: If you know the person`s background, there`s always Chinese-American, Japanese-American, etc. But the main point is this: None of my Asian friends object to being referred to as "Asian"; the same cannot be said of "Oriental."

I appreciate where you were going with your parsing of *Asian* and *Caucasian*, but it doesn`t hold water. Let me explain.

If you`re going to call people "Oriental," literally "from THE EAST," then you should be consistent and call French, Germans, and Spaniards "Oriental" too--because they`re ALL east of you.

"But that`s silly," you say. "I`m using the term *Oriental* the way it was used by the British circa 1850." To which I say, EXACTLY. *Oriental* is a term that defines people not by where they`re from, but by where they`re NOT from. "They`re from EAST OF HERE, the British Empire, so that`s what we`ll call them."

Make sense?
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Male 2,436
@Squrlz: OK, so we need a subset Of Asian to specify the group recognized by their straight black hair and slanted eyes... what do you suggest?
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Male 6,227
@5Cats: Thanks... remarkable how lost that "better" was, isn`t it? =^.^=
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Male 37,670
[quote]Rather, I believe they differentiate BETTER between people of the ethnicity which they socialize WITH.[/quote]

fify @Squrlz4!
But you are correct, and it starts with your mother`s face and progresses from there. If you`re raise with -whomever- then THAT is the ethnic group you`re best at keeping track of.

People from India are from Asia too (as my co-workers have told me countless times) but HATE to be called "Orientals"...
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Male 6,227
@Mykunter: I stand corrected. Your original practice is perfect. Persist in calling Asians *Orientals*. ~rolls eyes~
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Male 38,455

[quote]"Chinese girl adopted by a family in Utah, say, who was raised surrounded by Caucasians would would have no difficulty differentiating Caucasian faces" [/quote]
Chinese, Japanese, or Chuckie Cheese, they all look alike to me.
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Male 2,436
Yeah, but Asian is too broad of a term. After all, Russia and the Middle East are part of Asia and those people look nothing like... uh, Orientals. Incidentally, the area of the Caucasus Mountains, where the term `Caucasian` came from, is also part of Asia. So does that make me Asian? I never liked the term `Caucasian` anyway. None of my ancestors are from there.
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Female 1,467
I hate how the mind works like that. Either I keep seeing the same four Hispanic dudes or I can`t tell Hispanic males apart. It makes it super awkward when I want to say hello. They see me start to talk to them but then I abruptly turn away.
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Male 5,078
McGovern1981 is just waithing for a porn with this two twins sisters right?
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Male 6,227
@Mykunter: A gentle heads-up: It hasn`t been considered polite to refer to Asians as "Orientals" for quite some time, mainly because the term literally means someone from the East--which is defining a person from the Western perspective. And who wants to wear someone else`s label?

In some of my circles, if you were to refer to someone as an "Oriental," the quick retort would be, "What am I? A rug?"
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Male 820
Asians, not Orientals. Asians are people, orientals are objects.
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Male 6,227
@Gerry: I agree with most of what you`ve stated, but differ on one point. I don`t think people differentiate between people of their own ethnicity better. Rather, I believe they differentiate between people of the ethnicity with which they socialize better. Example: I`m convinced that a Chinese girl adopted by a family in Utah, say, who was raised surrounded by Caucasians would would have no difficulty differentiating Caucasian faces--and would probably be thinking "they all look the same" if she was taken to San Francisco`s Chinatown for the first time on her 16th birthday.

See where I`m coming from?

Whenever I hear someone say that Asians all look alike, it`s a person who doesn`t socialize with Asians. Prove me wrong, but I`d be surprised if that weren`t your situation. (I`m not being critical here--if you don`t know any Asians, you don`t know any Asians, no big deal--just making an observation.)
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Male 2,436
It`s the hair. They all have straight, black hair. That`s why Orientals all look alike. Caucasians can have many shades of blonde, brown, red and black. Also straight, curly, wavy, jew-fro, etc... you get the idea.
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Male 38,455

@ Squrlz, there have been studies about racial recognition. All of them conform people can remember and recognize other people of their own race much, Much better than people of other races. So it`s true "they all look alike" to me, but to a slant eye all of us round-eyes look alike.
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Male 4,893

squirlz is right, and we all look alike to them. I learned this when I was young and had my brothers ID to buy beer. It worked best at the Asian and Indian stores. They can`t tell us apart very well.
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Female 3,696
I always thought the "all look the same" was supposed to be applied to how Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, etc etc are all so difficult to differentiate too(despite there being really obvious characteristics, but hey none of us can tell their and there apart either) but then somewhere down the line it was warped into a "hurr hurr they all are the same person!"

That doesn`t make the joke any less funny >B] and me feel any less bad for thinking it but what are you gonna do. I dare you to tell my heritage just by looking at me! All us white folks look the same.
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Male 6,227
You know this whole "they all look alike" thing? It`s only true if you aren`t associating with people of that ethnicity. If you have no *need* to differentiate between members of an ethnic group, your brain takes the easy way out and files all those individuals under the category "Other: What More Do You Need To Know?"

It`s hard to remember, but back in high school I probably thought most Asians looked alike. Then as an adult, I developed close friends who are Japanese, Filipino, and Thai--and then I married an Asian wife.

Now I think Asians no more look alike than I do Caucasians. (Well, maybe a little bit--Asians do all tend to have black or very dark brown hair.) I can reliably differentiate between Japanese, Koreans, Chinese, Thais, and Filipinos.

I`m not being critical of anyone who thinks all Asians look alike. Just saying that if you feel that way, it`s because of how your brain works, not because they do.
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Female 3,696
Gerrryy.....<3<3



You`re like a personal Jesus, saying poo I want to say so I don`t feel like a terrible person/ can`t get away with saying, dying for our sins business.
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Male 38,455

How can you tell they`re twins if they all look alike?
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Female 3,696
....*must not make racist joke. must not!* So touching <3 *implodes*
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Male 14,332
Asian twins.....

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Male 37,670
Awww! How nice!
I`m amazed that some "reality tv" show or another hasn`t picked up their story (and paid them for it of course).

Splitting up twins used to be common practice (in the 50`s and 60`s) but now it is rightfully forbidden!
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Male 20,109
Link: Twin Sisters Separated at Birth Find Each Other [Rate Link] - ...All because of social media! See, social media isn`t the product of Satan.
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