125 Cute And Funny Quotes About Twins

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The birth of twins is a unique phenomenon. Across history, many philosophers, scientists, writers, and artists have shown deep interest in understanding twins. Today, we have much better scientific knowledge about twins, but people’s fascination with them refuses to die down.

Many believe that twins share a mystical connection and can communicate telepathically. While this is debatable, twins do share a beautiful and special bond that is forged even before they are born. Such a rare bond needs to be celebrated.

Here is a collection of 125 interesting quotes about twins, which gives you a glimpse of their deep connection and inspires you to celebrate this beautiful miracle.

Quotes About Twins

  1. “So we grew together, Like to a double cherry, seeming parted, But yet a union in partition, Two lovely berries moulded in one stem.”—William Shakespeare
  1. “Being a twin is like being born with a best friend.” —Tricia Marrapodi
  1. “I’m a twin, I’m a Cancer; I’m always taking care of other people. I’ve always been the fixer in the family, the responsible one.” —Gisele Bundchen
  1. “It’s double the giggles and double the grins, and double the trouble if you’re blessed with twins.” —Anonymous
  1. “Twins need to know that they can be alone without their twin.” ―Joan A. Friedman
  1. “Mum used to say we were the same soul split in two and walking around on four legs. It seems unnatural being born together and then dying apart.” —Melodie Ramone
  1. “Sometimes miracles come in pairs.” —Richard Branson
  1. “There are two things in life for which we are never truly prepared: twins.” —Josh Billings
  1. “I may be a twin, but I am one of a kind.” —Jerry Smith
  1. “Identical twins are endemically alike in many ways.” —Edward Norton
  1. “Then she pointed her spoon at Tumble and Blue. “I’m in if Ida’s in,” she said. “But if my gerbils get hurt, I’ll make sure every animal in the Okefenokee knows I don’t like you.” ―Cassie Beasley
  1. “You” or “Your” never meant one of us. When we replied to a question, no one cared which of us had spoken; an answer from one was an answer for The Twins.” ―Abraham Verghese
  1.  “You know you’re a mom of multiples when you see people with one baby having a hard time and think, ‘One baby? I laugh at your one baby!’”—Anonymous
  1.  “That awkward twin moment when you see a picture of your twin and are convinced it’s you until you realize it isn’t.”—Anonymous
  1.  “I wish I had a twin, so I could know what I look like without plastic surgery.” —Joan Rivers
  1.  “A twin knows exactly when the other one is spitting up, but that’s all they know about anything.” —Mary-Kate Olsen
  1.  “With twins, reading aloud to them was the only chance I could get to sit down. I read them picture books until they were reading on their own.” —Beverly Cleary
  1.  “I guess because twins have this mystique, and triplets — I think the normal sibling connection potentially can be very powerful, and there’s this idea that it’s even more powerful. It really is, not just someone like me, but another version of me.” —Curtis Sittenfeld
  1.  “Are they twins?” “No, I found the extra kid in the parking lot and thought, ‘Why not?’” —Anonymous
  1.  “So many good things come in pairs, like ears, socks and panda bears. But, best of all are the set of twins, with extra laughter, double grins.” —Anonymous
  1.  “Just because two people look the same, doesn’t mean they have the same dreams.” —Anonymous
  1.  “Not even identical twins can have the exact same experiences, and their brains are not wired the same way.” —John Medina
  1.  “Twin problem: when you get the same gifts in different colors.” —Anonymous
  1.  “You were born together, and together you shall be forevermore but let there be spaces in your togetherness. And let the winds of the heavens dance between you.” —Kahlil Gibran
  1.  “For one of us was born a twin and not a soul knew which.” —H.S. Leigh
  1.  “I’ve been competitive since day one. Even in little things as a child, like having a twin and a direct competitor for who makes better cookies.” —Gracie Gold
  1.  “An ill-natured woman will not give birth to twins; only good-natured people give birth to twins. (Only good people are fortunate enough to have twins.)”—Yoruba Proverb
  1.  “Twins are more than just friends. They are more like a very small gang.” —Anonymous
  1.  “When you have twin four-year-olds, you are able to dance like a fool, often. And I do.” —Neil Patrick Harris
  1.  “That awkward moment when twins are fighting, and one calls the other one ugly.” —Anonymous
  1. “When twins are separated, their spirits steal away to find the other.” —Jandy Nelson
  1.  “Constant togetherness is fine – but only for Siamese twins.” —Victoria Billings
  1.  “You can’t live like a monk if you have two five-year-old twins. That ain’t happening. Just the opposite, actually.”—Scott Ellis
  1. “For All Twins,
    “May you hug, smile, and laugh throughout your life with your best friend,” ―Linda Herron
  1.  “True twins share womb chemistry and endure many fateful slings and arrows together. The fabled connection between twins is true in my case.” —Gregory Benford
  1.  “Conjoined twins simply may not need sex-romance partners as much as the rest of us do. Throughout time and space, they have described their condition as something like being attached to a soul mate.” —Alice Dreger
  1. “A good neighbor will babysit. A great neighbor will babysit twins.” —Anonymous
  1. “It would be both an identical work of art only by virtue of its difference. The same but different, he suggested, like twins.” ―Johnny Rich
  1.  “Are identical twins defined by the other or defined by the desire not to be defined by the other?” —Khang Kijarro Nguyen
  1. “In this life we will never truly be apart, for we grew to the same beat of our mother’s heart.” —Daphne Fandrich
  1. “There is a special bond between twin soul mates – unconditional love, respect for each other, bringing out the best in each other, and highly compatible.” —Julien Offray de La Mettrie
  1. “If I ever had twins, I’d use one for parts.” —Steven Wright
  1.  “In the beginning, we didn’t have a clue. There’s certainly nothing that prepares you for twins.” —Christine Mazier
  1. “The only things [my twins] have shared so far are my uterus and their birthday.” —Anonymous
  1. “All the work on heritability was never based on looking at genes; it was based on the similarity between identical twins or between parents and children. Now that geneticists can look at genes, they can’t find genes that account for more than 10 percent of the variation in any human trait.” —Jerome Kaga
  1. “I’ve always been fascinated by twins. In my forty years of photographing, whenever there was an opportunity, I would take a picture of twins. I found the notion that two people could appear to look exactly alike very compelling.” —Mary Ellen Mark
  1.  “Twins have so much energy, because they siphon it out of their parents.” —Anonymous
  1.  “At times like this, Eryn didn’t feel like they were just twins. They were teammates. They were partners. They were two halves of the same brain.” ―Margaret Peterson Haddix
  1. “Our instructors do not understand how it is. To be bound to someone in such a way. They are too old, too out of touch with their emotions. They no longer remember what it is to live and breathe within the world. They think it simple to pit any two people against each other. It is never simple. The other person becomes how you define your life, how you define yourself. They become as necessary as breathing. Then they expect the victor to continue on without that. It would be like pulling the Murray twins apart and expecting them to be the same. They would be whole but not complete.” —Erin Morgenstern
  1.  “Even identical twins have their own differences.” ―Mokokoma Mokhonoana
  1. “When you gaze upon the lovely sight. Of twins, arm in arm, asleep at night. Think not that the house has been doubly messed. But that you, as parents, have been doubly blessed.” —Jon Bratton
  1. “Twins by chance, friends by choice.” —Anonymous
  1.  “I know what happened. I used my inTWINition” ―Michael Houbrick
  1. “My strength and my weakness are twins in the same womb.” —Marge Piercy
  1. “I can’t tell you how terribly glad I am that you’re going to be all right, George said, rather thickly. I…I wouldn’t know how to act without a twin.” ― Sarah Brazytis
  1. “They’re twins? Really? They look so . . . different.’ Okay, this one I get all the time because my twins are very different in height and weight so, fine, maybe I’m being oversensitive here, but how do you expect a person to respond? ‘Oh, shit. You know what? I may have walked out of the hospital with an extra baby! Not again!’ If you don’t want a sarcastic response, just take our word for it and don’t mention it.” —Stefanie Wilder-Taylor
  1. “You know, identical twins are never really identical. There is always one that is prettier, and the other one does all the work.” —Hedra Carlson
  1.  “Parents of twins, triplets, and anything higher than three kids at once are amazing people who have been blessed not just with multiple children but a massive chunk of patience.” —Chris Illuminati
  1. “Look at identical twins. When you get closer, you start to see the small differences. It all depends on how much you magnify it.” —Brian Swanson
  1. “It is not economical to go to bed early to save the candles if the result is twins.” —Chinese Proverb
  1. “After raising twins, you get organized.” —Scott Ellis
  1. “I make humans two at a time. What’s your superpower?” —Anonymous
  1. “Twins have a special bond. They feel safer with each other than with their peers.” —Jeanne Phillips
  1.  “We’re twins, and so we love each other more than other people.” —Louisa May Alcott
  1.  “If you’ve got twins, you’re on the frontline. You know those mornings when you’re grumpy because your baby was up half the night? Well, twin dads were up half the night with one kid and then the other half with the other.” —Nick Harper
  1.  “You don’t scare me. I have twins.” —Anonymous
  1. “My twin, Go. I’ve said this phrase so many times, it has become a reassuring mantra instead of actual words: Mytwingo. We were born in the ’70s, back when twins were rare, a bit magical: cousins of the unicorn, siblings of the elves. We even have a dash of twin telepathy. Go is truly the one person in the entire world I am totally myself with. I don’t feel the need to explain my actions to her. I don’t clarify, I don’t doubt, I don’t worry. I don’t tell her everything, not anymore, but I tell her more than anyone else, by far. I tell her as much as I can. We spent nine months back to back, covering each other. It became a lifelong habit. It never mattered to me that she was a girl, strange for a deeply self-conscious kid. What can I say? She was always just cool.” —Gillian Flynn
  1. “Twins are something that everyone wants to have until the realization sets in that two newborn babies at one time are about to happen.”—Chris Illuminati
  1. “Life is so much better when you have twins to share the ride.” —Anonymous
  1.  “I believe the only people who truly experience and test the application of equality are twins.” —Janis Joplin
  1. “A sense of individual identity is one of the greatest gifts that parents can give a child. If that gift is not given, children will have to fight for their identities instead. When twins have to fight each other for it, they could, indeed, grow up to be ‘identical strangers.’” —Fred Rogers
  1. “I love to be with my twins. They are my true joy in life.” —Nancy Grace
  1.  “There’s two to wash, two to dry; There’s two who argue, two who cry; There’s two to kiss, two to hug; and best of all, there’s two to love!” —Jerry Smith
  1. “You can spend too much time wondering which of identical twins is the more alike.” —Robert Breault
  1.  “Everyone loves twins.” —Cole Sprouse
  1.  “I always wondered what it must be like to lose a twin—if somehow Mary felt it like it was happening to her. If she felt physical pain.” —Francesca Lia Block
  1. “I had twins, so it was really uncomfortable [to sleep], because you lay on one side, and there’s a baby, and you lay on the other side and there’s a baby. So I had a really hard time with it.” —Jennifer Lopez
  1. “What can I tell you about the alchemy of twins? Twins are two bodies that dance to each other’s joy. Two minds that drown in each other’s despair. Two spirits that fly with each other’s love. Twins are two separate beings conjoined at the heart!” —Kamand Kojouri
  1. “A man says to his mate: “My wife is a twin.” His mate says, “How do you tell them apart?” The man says: “Her brother has a beard.”” —Frank Carson
  1.  “I would love to have twins — a girl and a boy — but who knows if that would happen. It would be my ideal situation. Wham, bam, be done with it.” —Joanna Krupa
  1. “The special relationship between twins is that, if there’s anyone else in the world that’s going to get or be the confidant that you need, it’s an identical twin.” —Sam Underwood
  1. “Identical twins who have the exact same genes, one may die early of a heart attack and the other may live a long, healthy life – depending on their lifestyle and what they eat.” —Michael Greger
  1. “All the weird, crazy things people say, like twins can read each other minds, they can feel each other’s feelings, it’s all true. We can have complete conversations with our eyes.” —Brie Bella
  1. “I’m only two hours thrity-seven minutes and thirteen seconds younger than Jude, but she always makes me feel like I’m her little brother.” ―Jandy Nelson
  1.  “Can it be, that the Greek grammarians invented their dual number for the particular benefit of twins?” —Herman Melville
  1. “I would love to have twins. I think there’s something nice about having two babies, and they’re there for each other their whole entire life.” —Melanie Brown
  1.  “We made a wish and two came true.” —Anonymous
  1.  “Wanting to ask: what’s it like to not be a twin?” —Anonymous
  1. “Twins are so practical. It’s always nice to have a spare.” —Billie Burke
  1. “Being a twin is not always easy. Why is everyone so blind? I may look like my brother, but I am one of a kind.” —Anonymous
  1.  “Twins: two unique souls united by birth.” —Anonymous
  1. “When you find a picture from when you were younger and can’t tell who it is.” —Anonymous
  1.  “Twin problem – when people try to test your psychic powers.” —Anonymous
  1. “I’m an only child. My mum and dad are six in each family. They’re both twins, and they only wanted one. I always say to them though that they’re lucky – it could have all gone wrong.” —Luke Evans
  1. “Twins – will make love stronger, days shorter, nights longer, bank account smaller, home happier, clothes shabbier, the past forgotten and the future worth living for.” —Anonymous
  1. “Twins are a high-risk pregnancy, by definition. The quieter I am, the longer I can keep them growing.” —Jane Pauley
  1. “Some twins feel like they need to compare themselves to each other, but we’re not that way. That’s because of my parents, though, and having six kids in the family.” —Ashley Olsen
  1. “Anybody who objects to cloning on principle has to answer to all the identical twins in the world who might be insulted by the thought that there is something offensive about their very existence. Clones are simply identical twins.” —Richard Dawkins
  1. “There is a very specific, unique brand of rivalry that exists between twins. You’re always wondering who the Alpha twin is.” —Alex Hirsch
  1. “Things every person should have: • A nemesis. • An evil twin. • A secret headquarters. • An escape hatch. • A partner in crime. • A secret identity.” —Wil Wheaton
  1. “I turn around, remembering again that we got made together, cell for cell. We were keeping each other company when we didn’t have any eyes or hands. Before our soul even got delivered.” —Jandy Nelson
  1.  “Being a mother of twins is learning about strengths you didn’t know you had and dealing with fears you never knew existed.” —Linda Wooten
  1. “God creates twins when he makes a face He really likes.” —Anonymous
  1.  “Not double trouble, but twice blessed.” —Anonymous
  1. “Identical twins do not possess identical souls.” —Khang Kijarro Nguyen
  1.  “When you are the younger twin and older twin acts like there is a whole generation between you.” —Anonymous

Quotes About Twin Sisters

  1. “My sister and I, you will recollect, were twins, and you know how subtle are the links which bind two souls which are so closely allied.” —Arthur Conan Doyle
  1. “If you are a twin, you watch yourself live two lives–yours and hers. It’s constant comparison. I am never as good as the bad I wanted her to be. I was the only soldier I needed. We couldn’t have known what splitting would mean. Time speeds past fast, scattering like shrapnel, and is quiet as cobwebs. We wait for the ambush. Sister will find out first; she’ll be my living memory. She will be the body left standing.” ―Christa Parravani
  1. “They’re not just sisters and twins. They’re best friends, and they care genuinely about each other.” —Chelsi Welch
  1. “Being a twin, and being my sister’s twin, is such a defining part of my life that I wouldn’t know how to be who I am, including a writer, without that being somehow at the center.” —Taiye Selasi
  1. “It’s a twin type of telepathy. My sister and I, we share the same DNA, so on paper, we’re the same person. I knew she was pregnant, like, right away – it’s so crazy – but I asked her, and she said yes.” —Tia Mowry
  1. “A twin sister is like a good bra: supportive, comfortable, there to lift you up, and always close to your heart.” —Anonymous
  1. “My twin sister, my cousin, and I used to write and perform plays for my family. We raided the closets for costumes and fought over parts. I’m sure I was the bossiest one.” —Connie Britton
  1. “Hello, my name is Albany, and I have a telepathic connection with my twin sister, along with the ability to read minds.” —C.B. Cook
  1. “My twin sister never forgets my birthday!” —Anonymous

Quotes About Twin Brothers

  1. “Being a twin, and knowing if my twin was gone or lost – that’s a part of me. There’s no way I could be the same person knowing my brother had passed away.” —Scott Ellis
  1. “Without identical twins, you’ll never get to experience entering a hotel room with one of them and watching him run into the full-length mirror because he thought he saw his brother.” —Ray Romano
  1. “Competition for twin brothers seems confusing. You’re beating up this person who looks exactly like you. Where’s the pleasure in that? It’s like beating yourself up. I’d feel guilty. For both of us. If I was a twin I’d say, ‘I’ll put myself in a headlock and you twist your arm behind your back. We’ll both give up at the same time okay? No winners, no losers.’” —Scott Badler
  1. “We came into the world like brother and brother; And now let’s go hand in hand, not one before another.” —William Shakespeare
  1. “Identical twins. I’m glad they’re identical ’cause you save money on photographs. That’s what I like. Yeah. Here’s my little boy. I got another one just like it.” —Ray Romano
  1. “A lot of people say, ‘Wow, you’re a single father of twin boys, that’s crazy!’ Two toddlers can get hectic, but I wouldn’t change it for anything. Every day they teach me different things. The love is there. When you have a two-year-old saying every other hour, ‘Papi, te amo. Papi, I love you,’ it can’t get better.” —Ricky Martin
  1. “A noble pair of brothers, twins, in truth.” —Horatius
  1. “And then there are twin brothers which doesn’t sound all that fun to me unless you’re the type that like matchy outfits and I think that joke of pretending you’re the other one gets old pretty quick.” —Scott Badler
  1. “Methinks you are my glass, and not my brother: / I see by you I am a sweet-faced youth.” —William Shakespeare
  1. “There was nobody in the family who had ever done anything like that before. My brothers – I had two brothers. They were twins. They both became architects. They were both six years older.” —Maggie Smith

After going through this list, you would have understood the crazy and fun-filled bond twins share. We hope you have found the perfect quote to share with the twin pair you love and make their day.

You can write the quote on a card and share it along with a small gift on their special day. While twins may have similar appearances and personalities, they are still different individuals and should be treated as such. So, remember to personalize the gift for each of them.