Twin Sisters Are So Committed To Sharing One Life That They Even Share A Boyfriend


Twins Lucy and Anna DeCinque are deeply committed to leading identical lives, and share more than you’d ever expect would be comfortable for two humans. In fact, they essentially share one life, down to every last personal detail.

In a bid to look more like Kim Kardashian, the sisters opted for matching breast augmentation surgeries, which they followed with lip fillers and tattooed-on eyebrows. It’s a little bonkers for one person to commit to such a drastic change (although hey, their bodies are their bodies and they can do what they want with them), but the odds get even less probable when it’s two people. Then again, these women seem big on defying odds.

They don’t live so much as twins but as two arms of the same person–they share a single Facebook account, phone, bed, job, and boyfriend. They don’t get into the logistics of the relationship, but Lucy explains “[w]e have the same taste in everything, so obviously we’re going to like the same boy, too.” They’re employed as elder care workers, although they split the hours and salary on one position. They say they feel each other’s pain, and can’t get any closer.

As a person with sisters, I can attest to a feeling of supernatural closeness that I have trouble explaining. It’s like our brains are one entity split over multiple bodies, and I can think of them sometimes as extensions of myself. So when it comes to feeling each other’s pain, that doesn’t sound crazy to me. I also know that we used to try to hatch plans involving sharing a job so we’d only have to work a fraction of the time, which is really the biggest upside of passing for another human being. I draw the line at sharing lives completely, but hey, if it works for them, fantastic. I just don’t really want to think too much about the shared bed and shared boyfriend.

Photo: The Shining

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    • Kaitlin Reilly

      This is really bizarre. All the twins I know try super hard to differentiate themselves.

    • Crusty Socks

      As a dude, I was very much excited about this story… then I saw their faces…


      • Jallun-Keatres

        I just looked at the real article after I posted and… omg. just omg.

    • Kay_Sue

      I…am really weirded out by this. And by how plastic they look. Confession: I am a huge Dolly Parton fan, I love her, I can’t help it. So I’m not against plastic surgery. You do you.

      But they don’t even look real to me. And I just…I don’t know how living completely identical lives would be healthy.

      • Rebecca R

        They’re only 28, too! They looked very pretty in their earlier pictures, I don’t see why they would have so much work done so early in life. They wouldn’t have to buy all of those peels if they had just left their faces alone.

      • Kay_Sue

        I know. The picture of them in the bar/restaurant/whatever…it’s two beautiful women…I just don’t understand it.

      • Kelly

        They overdid it in the face. It’s so sad when people do that. I’m pretty pro plastic surgery, I’m currently recovering from 800 cc breast implants but there is a tipping point where it’s just too much and you start to look silly.

        It’s extra sad because they were very pretty but now they kind of look like cartoon characters. I mean, if that’s what they were going for, more power to them, they did it! But it’s usually not what people are going for when they end up looking like that.

    • SA

      Why do they literally share the same job? I’m surprised their workplace would allow that – and if they are splitting hours how do they share the benefits (trusting there are any)?

      • SA

        I may have just figured it out – do they pose as the same person and work one job. This is so creepy.

      • Alfreda Wells Morrissey

        How do they feed their two different stomachs on one salary. Do they each eat half a portion of dinner so they only need enough money to grocery shop for one? Do they share the same name?

        I guess it is like Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, both being one Michelle.

      • itpainsme2say

        But what name do they use?

    • Tinyfaeri

      I never got the twins-at-one-time-in-bed fantasy thing. It’s incest. That’s not normal.

      This is also not what I would consider normal. I usually try not to judge, but, um, I’m kind of judging them here. That’s all (the shared job, the surgeries, the matching clothes and hair, the shared boyfriend and bed) just weird.

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    • RayneofCastamere

      …OK, I’m pretty close to my brother, we’re less than a year apart in age and we live in the same apartment, but damn.

      • loser_sneeze

        Now you need to go get the same odd tattooed eyebrows or you’re just not doing the sibling thing right. ;)

    • Rachel Sea

      I’m really surprised they don’t live in Florida.

    • tk88

      I’m more troubled by the fact they are both allowed to share the same job/salary and many other things. Polyamorous relationships aren’t a new thing, especially among siblings. But really, the enmeshment here is disturbing.

    • Kelly

      I’m surprised their employer allows them to share a job. That sounds like a tax and insurance nightmare to me.

      Other than that, it’s their lives or life, as it were. I wouldn’t want it but it seems to work for them so good for them.

    • Crayzcheshire

      Is it weird that I’m more weirded out by the boyfriend (being a singular identifying human) enveloping himself into a somewhat psychologically twisted one person/two bodies (which is actually fairly fascinating) phenomena?

      • itpainsme2say

        Ya where is his story and/or interview?

      • Crayzcheshire

        Ya would love to see what he’s like! Curious about their ‘type’ haha

    • Mahdi Martin

      What a shame. They were pretty before. Perhaps they can fix it?

      • Choo

        Boo on you. “Pretty” is subjective, and they are the only people they need to please. They clearly like the way they look, so there is nothing to “fix.”

      • Mahdi Martin

        Well, I think it’s an abomination to use plastic surgery this way. Just my opinion, you don’t need to like it. Of course “pretty” is subjective. Everything is subjective and relative, right?

    • Kazmister

      At given time when world is captivated by the disappearance of Malaysian Airline and slaying of Reza Berati, it is hard to justify the attention they are trying to attract. Just because Kim Karadarshian’s tactics made her popular does not mean these twins are making the right noises. We are now in a generation where my friends are going steady with their buddy’s ex’s and where swingers clubs are legally open in the city. Couple sharing and c*ckholding is no longer found to be extreme end of the adventure spectrum. To the desperately attention seeking Anna and Lucy, I say…Fail!!!