Dopplegängers’ DNA

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You may recall how Niamh Geaney, from Dublin, met her (third) doppelgänger Irene Adams, from Sligo, last year.

Well.

David Atkinson, of lookalike match agency TwinStrangers.com, says:

“A few weeks ago Niamh Geaney and her latest doppelgänger Irene Adams took swabs of their saliva and sent them off to a lab to be tested. The results are in. They reveal whether Niamh and Irene are sisters, half-sisters and most interestingly whether they are related up to 20,000 years ago. Bets are on. It’s the first DNA Test ever to be carried out on doppelgängers…”

Previously: How They Met Themselves

21 thoughts on “Dopplegängers’ DNA

    1. Tish Mahorey

      Apparently it’s sexist to comment on a woman’s appearance but it’s OK to whoooarr at men here.

  1. Gers

    First they would need to be alike. These two girls arent alike. Yeah they bare some resemblance but its primarily make up and hair cut. You can do this with hundreds of girls no bother.

    1. Sam

      And the weakness in the neck muscles / inner ear imbalance that causes the head to flop to one side? Do you reckon that’s genetic?

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