You go, girl. Now to the story of twins who spent almost all of their time together. Amy and Becky say they feel like one person in two bodies and ABC's Abbie Boudreau has their very unique story. ?... See More
You go, girl. Now to the story of twins who spent almost all of their time together. Amy and Becky say they feel like one person in two bodies and ABC's Abbie Boudreau has their very unique story. ? Reporter: Amy and Becky glass take being twins to a whole new level. They live together. Get dressed together. In identically coordinated O outfits. You have two of everything. Our shoe, we each have our own pair of shoes because you can't share those. Reporter: At 46 years old they even share a bedroom. So that's mine and that's Becky's. Every time I wake up we're usually like -- I missed you while I was sleeping. Reporter: In the past 15 years they've never spent more than 30 minute as part. Don't you ever get sick of each other? No. Hi, guys. The pair appeared on "My strange addiction." Their addiction, each other. Are you dating anyone? You know, we date and we have fun. If we date honestly we both go out on the date together with one guy. Reporter: It's something that can take their dates by surprise. I mean either one of you have been married. No, we're kind of married to each other. We were never interested like being married and having like -- I think it's because we have our soul mate already. They share a perk. A cell phone and they don't ever want to change. So we're like one person in two bodies. Reporter: Working out together. Even eating identically. Two noodles. Okay. Okay. And then do a bite, bite a one fry. Why is it so important to do everything together? Well, first of all, we love it. We love it. We really do. We think we're the funnest people on our planet. On your planet. What do you think about your friends being concerned that what if something happens to one of you, would you be able to survive. We have a deal with god just so -- We're going together. Would you consider yourself a little neurotic? You know that others might think that. It only makes sense. Like a well-oiled machine. Reporter: For "Good morning America," Abbie Boudreau, ABC news, Los Angeles. I mean, the same date. You have twins. I have twins. This is all due respect a little scary. Interesting. They like to spend time together. Our twins are 3 months and always try to get them together and they could care less about each other. Maybe they'll be each sorry's soul mates one day. You think you have a strange addiction, go to goodmorningamerica.com on Yahoo! For more information on the show. Coming up, actress and fashion
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