What happens, if by some bizarre twist of fate, two sets of identical twins find each other, fall in love, and get married? People are likely to get the quadruple vision effect when identical twins and their identical twin spouses walk down the street.
While this occurrence doesn’t happen very often, identical twins do fall for another set of the opposite gender, and they can end up tying the knot. These are called quaternary marriages, and there are only 250 of these unions in the world.
Take identical twins Ginna and Gaylen Glassdock, for example. They met Erich and Nicholas Schmidt while attending Abilene Christian University. It was instant chemistry for both pairs when they started dating, causing a lot of stares on campus. The Schmidt boys proposed to the Glassdock girls on the same day, after exactly three years of dating, and they walked down the aisle on the same day, as well, except their ceremonies and receptions were an hour apart, owing to the brides’ different motif preferences.
Ginna and Gaylen with Erich and Nicholas. Which is which?
Twins, Alexei and Dimitry Semyonov hitched their futures with identical females, Lilia and Liana in Pechora, Russia after having met at a dance party in a St. Petersburg club. With the brides both preferring the color pink, both couples were married at the same time, and hosted the same reception, saving money on a single, towering pink cake.
The single cake felt very lonely in this double wedding.
On the other hand, two Chinese twins married another set, and promptly went about the business of running a restaurant, confusing their customers in a big way. The place was dubbed the “robot couple restaurant” after it seemed the same husband and wife were hard at work on the premises nearly 24 hours a day, with hardly a minute’s rest. Unbeknownst to the diners, what appeared to be only one couple, was actually two couples taking two shifts a day!
Even their sons look identical.
If you are one of a set of identical twins, do you dream of this kind of setup, as well?
This Couple Got Married On A Tightrope 80 Feet Above The Ground
The ceremony was so rad it is actually illegal.
Two tightrope walkers Chris Bull and Phoebe Baker decided to bring back the tradition of getting hitched on a tightrope 80 feet in the air.
Wearing formal wedding attire, the two wire walkers started walking from the opposite ends of the 250 foot-long wire before finally uniting in the middle to tie the knot in May 1, 2015.
They said their vows over the heads of their 100 guests who are watching them in awe at the grounds of Somerset England.
Wild Hog with Mysterious Bright Blue Fat Found in California
I’ve never seen anything like this before!
A couple in California discovered a shocking find inside a wild hog they recently shot.
The couple, who saw the wild hog roaming the bush in their ranch in Morgan Hill decided to shoot the animal and transport it home for the meat.
After draining the pig’s blood, the pair was surprised to see that its fat was consistently stained bright blue. On the other hand, the pig’s meat and blood were of normal color.
Muslim Teenager Arrested After Teacher Mistakes His Homemade Clock for Bomb
President Obama invited the boy to bring the “hoax bomb” he made at home in the White House.
A Muslim 9th grader living in Texas, 14-year-old teenager Ahmed Mohamed was detained because he brought a clock he had built from scratch to school, and his teachers thought it was a bomb.
Hoping to impress his new teacher at MacArthur High, the little whiz, who dreamed of becoming an engineer, proudly showed to his engineering teacher the digital clock he'd made from a pencil case. Instead of being proud of this student’s skills, the school called police and he was arrested.
This ain't a bomb.
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