Detroit sisters who are 'polar opposites' go viral on Twitter

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Two Detroit sisters went viral this week after Alexandria Bishop tweeted out some pictures with her sister, Jessica Toutant, showcasing their drastically different personal styles.


The tweet, which reads, β€œMy sister and I are polar opposites,” shows a picture of the sisters sitting side by side. While Bishop looks rather serious rocking all black, her sister is all smiles with a head of bright rainbow-colored hair.



Bishop also posted to Twitter some pictures of each of their homes. The pictures showed Toutant’s colorful and inviting abode, including a backyard with a rainbow-painted picket fence and a giant unicorn floatie inside an inflatable pool. While, on the other hand, beyond Bishop’s doormat reading β€œGo Away” is a living room decked out in a mixture of goth and geek, complete with black window curtains.


The original tweet gained around 88,000 retweets and over half a million likes in just 24 hours.


β€œThe most surprising things go viral β€” I’ll never understand,” Alexandria told BuzzFeed.

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