Monday, November 24, 2008

Separated at Birth?

So we sit down for family night to watch a Charlie Brown Thanksgiving and before we're 5 minutes in my mind is boggled...  is it possible - am I seeing things?  How could these two obviously related people have not been outed previously!

I mean c'mon...  their penchant for the color orange aside, the lifeless hair, the incredibly ridiculously bad eyesight, the kneehigh socks (well, your guess is as good as mine as to where Marci's knees actually are)...

Add to that the fact that they are both the smartest kids around (although Linus is pretty good with the Scriptural and Historical references)... really, this has been hushed up long enough - but no longer...  I am blowing the lid right off this story and insisting that the truth be told...  err... well, whatever - I really just need to fill another day here on the old blog :)

9 comments:

Sher said...

Clever T. I think maybe they are just secret best friends or non twin sisters who like to dress alike and impress everyone with their knowledge.

Becky said...

You're brilliant! How has no one revealed this juicy little tidbit before?

Megz said...

Why do all the smart girls have to be the nerdy ones? I thought I beat that stereotype down already.
Anyway, you obviously weren't really into Charlie Brown's Thanksgiving if your mind was wandering into Scooby doo territory. Good thing it's on tonight and you can watch it again.

T said...

again? I think once was enough for the year... I can't watch it too much because I want to go Postal on Peppermint Patty when she's so insensitive to the feelings of her friends :)

Ronnica said...

You're totally right. Genius!

Oh and Megz, smart girls ARE nerds. I don't mind being nerdy! It's WAY better than being geeky!

gingela5 said...

Never thought of it! Thanks for outing them! :)

Wep said...

That is just bizarre!!!

Julie said...

Wow, that's amazing! That's actually my favorite Peanut's episode. I force my family to watch it every year :)

nikkicrumpet said...

HAH...funny post. And I think you might be on to something here.