Dating look alikes
We subconsciously want to pass on our own genes, and your chances of having a kid similar to you is bolstered with somebody who looks like you.
(Unfortunately, there's been little-to-no research on how this trend plays out in mixed-race couples.)The "facial likeness" study from the now-late psychologist Robert Zajonc of the University of Michigan in 1987 is still the benchmark for people who worry that they're developing their partner's scowl.
Those first two can be stopped, but science has declared that, indeed, the longer you're with a partner (and we're talking seriously long-term here; decades, not months), the more you resemble each other.It’s also the site that absurdly claimed during her pregnancy that Jenner was open to reconciliation with her ex-boyfriend and, just two days before giving birth, regretted having Scott’s baby instead of with Tyga.And it’s the same blog that said there was a chance Tyga was going to drive Jenner to the hospital when she went into labor.Does the happiness make the facial similarity, or vice versa?One thing's for certain, though: Just because you look similar doesn't mean you'll start to think the same way.