The idea came from my sister, while we both have a lot of free time… at home. I mean, when will we have a chance to do silly things like this again? ;p
Some points to conclude…
First, we do still have identical shirts! The difference is, they used to be in different sizes. Now they’re identical to the size, but we have a reason for buying two shirts ;). There is no way we can use one shirt alternately, at least for the next two semesters.
Second, I can no longer hug my sister from behind without standing on my tippy toes. And there is no way to stand upright if I want the camera to also capture my face, not just my hands hugging her *that would be creepy don’t you think?*.
Third, we don’t have identical dresses anymore :(. Well actually, we barely have dresses now *put on shirt/blouse + jeans, then we’re good to go*. Back then, most of our collections of dresses came from our mother’s hands. Now, the sewing machine kinda lose its purpose ;p. The only ‘dresses’ that almost have the same color and design, and of course fit us are… daster batik*!
And lastly… we can still have a good laugh and smile at the end of the day, no matter how hard it is 🙂
*) daster: some kind of pajamas that is very comfortable for sleeping in tropical countries, with hot and humid weather; batik: see here