A mum shared this girl’s killer takedown and it turned out lots of us have doppelgängers
A mum went viral after she shared this girl’s killer (and totally innocent) takedown on Twitter.
Kid in my son’s class explained to me that she was sure he has two moms because he has “the pretty mom and the other mom.” She described each to me in some detail.
Reader, both are me.
— Aubrey Hirsch (@aubreyhirsch) February 9, 2020
And it’s fair to say it was relatable – very relatable. Who knew so many of us had doppelgängers?
One year at Passover my (now) husband’s aunt told me I was prettier than the girl he brought “last year.” Yup, I was the girl he brought “last year.” 🤦🏻♀️
— Jamie Beth Cohen wrote WASTED PRETTY! (@Jamie_Beth_S) February 9, 2020
I will never forget the day my young son asked, while looking at our wedding photo “Mom, who is that pretty lady next to Dad?”
— Ulla Meredith (@UllaMeredith) February 10, 2020
Had this happen to me in college. Kid was convinced I was twins. I had one class with him at 9 am and another at 2 pm. One I’d be in sweats with a band tee and one I’d be in my sorority gear with make up on. He only talked to morning me bless his heart.
— Naïna (@killersumobunny) February 10, 2020
My son once looked at a picture of me with makeup and said " who's that?"
— Carol Lopez (@_CFierroLopez_) February 9, 2020
Lmao I dropped my son off the other day and was walking back through the school and a 5th grader looked at me and asked “is today pajama day?” And I was like uhh no I’m just tired
— Kaitlin McGlone Vonderschmitt (@kaitlinmcglone) February 10, 2020
The window lady at my local Starbucks always tells me I have a doppleganger in town. She looks just like me but older and "plain". My doppleganger is the day off me.
— BarbaraVaillan2 (@vaillan2) February 10, 2020
And other people shared similar killer takedowns from the little horrors, sorry, darling children.
My friend’s 5-year-old told me this week that she “loved” my voice and then did an impression of me saying “cooool” in a monotone. It was scathing.
— Beth Newell (@bethnew) February 9, 2020
My daughters friend once asked why I put basketballs in my bra, and when I told her those things are called breasts, she said, "huh-uh, there is no way those are real breasts, they don't look anything like my moms."
— marla hanson (@starsih) February 9, 2020
My son put a picture of my husband and me on date night on his “Star Student” poster. In his practice introduction, he said, “This is my dad. This is my mom with makeup on.” Thanks kid. Way to set them straight.
— SAWoodard (@Sawoodard22) February 10, 2020