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Just because people have similar genes doesn't mean they have similar tastes.

Twitter user @aalexandriabish knows this better than most.

On July 18, she posted a picture of herself and her sister that went viral online thanks to just how different the pair are.


While Alexandria seems to prefer dark colors, her sister has a...slightly cheerier outlook on life.


The sisters@aalexandriabish/Twitter


Home #1@aalexandriabish/Twitter


Home #2@aalexandriabish/Twitter

Twitter quickly fell in love with the contrasting sisters.


Many thought the pair would make excellent sitcom stars!


In response to the online love, Alexandria posted a few more photos!


Disney@aalexandriabish/Twitter


adult dress up@aalexandriabish/Twitter


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Could astrology offer some sort of explanation for the two sisters different ways of life?



Fortunately, their viral fame has helped the siblings find a new home.



Alexandria and her sister inspired many people to share photos of themselves with their siblings...


...and inspired even more people to compare the two to figures from pop culture!




There's no doubt both sisters bring their own unique flavor to a very interesting family.

The book Awkward Family Photos, available here, is equally amusing.

What a dynamic duo!


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