They don't look anything alike you fucking idiot OP.
I don't get these trolls. What do they want couples to look like - one fat and one tiny, one black and one white? Do couples have to be opposite in every way to satisfy the "twins" trolls?
They do look like they could be brothers.
They're both white - that seems to be the extent of their similarity. More pressing, of course: their completely pedestrian educational pedigrees and their totally vapid jobs.
"His father is an owner of Ronnie’s Auto Repair in Wagoner."
I'd like to be the filling in their sandwich.
The similarity that really bothers OP is that they both have penises.
No, that's the exciting part, R8. They just seem insipid and dense, and I think that's why not everyone loves them.
Differences Of Opinion, They Happen
How did they get in the Times? His father owns an auto body shop, in Oklahoma.
They are paid ads. It's not a society column.
who is this fucking moron who insists that any two men who marry look alike?
Now, as for what they actually look like: I can't believe they are two years apart in age. One looks 25 and one looks 50.
Well, they differ in a few ways. The one on the left is a bubble-butt bottom. The one on the right is lanky, total top with a huge cock.
Is that all the same-sex marriage announcement in the Times are now? "Clean, employed white man who escaped from the midwest marries employed, clean white man from the southeast"?
they are both white. They both comb their hair. they both appear to be attractive and fit and they are both smiling...Im not sure that's enough to qualify them as twins, though.... For one thingOne has brown hair, one has grey hair. For another the one on the right appears to be significantly taller and leaner.
I never would have announced this marriage. Publicly admitting to those colleges and careers of the parents, and their home towns. Oy vey, I would just die.
how did they get in the times? Probably because they work for 2 of the most important American fashion publications? Just a guess.
OP: Lonely, single, over-weight and works at Walmart in Ashtabula, OH
Gawker used to run a scorecard to show which announcements were selected to run in the Times. These folks should have run their announcement in the Wagoner Times-Picayune.
• The bride graduated summa cum laude from Tennessee, earned a master's at Oxford as a Fulbright Scholar, and tacked on a Harvard MBA: +7
• The groom has a law degree from Oxford with an MBA on the way, graduated magna cum laude from Penn, and also went to law school at UVA: +9
• The groom's mother is chairwoman emeritus of the Arizona Theatre Company and his dad is on the board of trustees of the Heard Museum in Phoenix: +2
• "Ms Levkoff and Mr. Lynn may be among the few couples who can say that former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher played Cupid for them.": +1985
I think OP's predilection for thinking that members of gay couples look alike is very telling (a bit of sociology and anthropology...but mostly abnormal psychology).
the "University" of Tulsa?
They're nice looking men and are cute together.
I love the gray hair at 35 guy. Totally hot. Thank heavens he doesn't feel the need to color it. The opposite of the 70 year old with jet black hair.
one must have a hairy hole?
The one on the right, R24.
The Twin Gays Marry Each Other troll strikes again! Only this time he was gone only for five days or so. Honestly, troll, don't you have anything else to do with your time?
And, for the record, they don't look anything alike.
OP, you seem not to understand that humans all look very similar to nonhumans. Or is it the fact that they're two males that's confusing you?
Or maybe you're just the kind of person who's looking someone to "complete" you (puke) -- especially if you're a gay man really attracted to the type of gay man you want to look like, because you don't like how you are. Now that's fucked up.
r11, the only paid announcements in The Times are "notices" on the Obituary page. $30 a line, add $1,000 for thumbnail photo.
Isn't weird how posters such as R11 outright lie and wax authoritative on things they know nothing about.