1. Your teachers will not be able to tell you apart and just use your surname. Via twinstuff.com 2. You will be dressed in the same outfits or in the same clothes but different colours. Via Bing.com 3. People when trying to tell you apart, will get really personal about your differences. She's a bit taller than you, you're a bit fatter than her, etc. Eh hello, we're right here! 4. You will start responding to your twin's name, since you get called it 50% of the time and think they might mean you. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF Via giphy.com https://media.giphy.com/media/l4JyQhyNdV3hoItu8/giphy.gif 5. When you grow up and have your own children, your baby will get freaked out by your sibling. View this video on YouTube youtube.com / Via youtu.be Suddenly there are two daddies? 6. People will ask you if you can read each other's minds. Via rennickeassociates.com Well no, but since we spent virtually everyday of our childhoods together, I can probably give it a good guess!