Infected by your Genetics

Who You Are Inside is Rebooting!

So the main will be under construction as we’re going to bring this back up.

If you’re still with us, be sure to like this post. By Wednesday we would like to have the list of whoever is still part of the rp so we can figure things out from there.

Noah Puckerman/ 16/ Open/ Sister is Eva Puckerman

“You can spend too much time wondering which of identical twins is the more alike.”

It is said that one in every thirty two births are twins. 33% of these births result in Identical twins. There is no telling what is the genetic link to having a perfectly identical pair. But for families in New England, the probability for twins of the identical variety is 100%. Thanks to advancement in genetic engineering, a group of Scientists studying in a government facility have been able to fabricate embryos to result in two identical twins. From hair color, to eye color, to skills and mental growth, these twins are perfectly identical… Save for one thing—Gender.

In an effort to end the long term war over whether boys or girls are the superior sex, 15 families and their twin children are being tested, the twins being placed in a school where the curriculum, sports teams, and extra curriculars all challenge the twins to reach their full potential against their perfect opposite-gender twin. Rivalries are formed, romances blossom, and an intense Battle of the Sexes begins.

But as the study continues, a new fight begins—the Fight to be different, unique, and nothing like the other half.

With this new fight beginning, a question is presented:

Who are you? What makes you you?


Puckerman Family BioRules | Audition

Layla Evans/ 16/ Open/ Brother is Sam Evans

“You can spend too much time wondering which of identical twins is the more alike.”

It is said that one in every thirty two births are twins. 33% of these births result in Identical twins. There is no telling what is the genetic link to having a perfectly identical pair. But for families in New England, the probability for twins of the identical variety is 100%. Thanks to advancement in genetic engineering, a group of Scientists studying in a government facility have been able to fabricate embryos to result in two identical twins. From hair color, to eye color, to skills and mental growth, these twins are perfectly identical… Save for one thing—Gender.

In an effort to end the long term war over whether boys or girls are the superior sex, 15 families and their twin children are being tested, the twins being placed in a school where the curriculum, sports teams, and extra curriculars all challenge the twins to reach their full potential against their perfect opposite-gender twin. Rivalries are formed, romances blossom, and an intense Battle of the Sexes begins.

But as the study continues, a new fight begins—the Fight to be different, unique, and nothing like the other half.

With this new fight beginning, a question is presented:

Who are you? What makes you you?


Evans Family BioRules | Audition

Sebastian Smythe /16/ Open/ Sister is Isabelle Smythe

“You can spend too much time wondering which of identical twins is the more alike.”

It is said that one in every thirty two births are twins. 33% of these births result in Identical twins. There is no telling what is the genetic link to having a perfectly identical pair. But for families in New England, the probability for twins of the identical variety is 100%. Thanks to advancement in genetic engineering, a group of Scientists studying in a government facility have been able to fabricate embryos to result in two identical twins. From hair color, to eye color, to skills and mental growth, these twins are perfectly identical… Save for one thing—Gender.

In an effort to end the long term war over whether boys or girls are the superior sex, 15 families and their twin children are being tested, the twins being placed in a school where the curriculum, sports teams, and extra curriculars all challenge the twins to reach their full potential against their perfect opposite-gender twin. Rivalries are formed, romances blossom, and an intense Battle of the Sexes begins.

But as the study continues, a new fight begins—the Fight to be different, unique, and nothing like the other half.

With this new fight beginning, a question is presented:

Who are you? What makes you you?


Smythe Family BioRules | Audition

Dave Karofsky/16/Open/Sister is Riley Karofsky

“You can spend too much time wondering which of identical twins is the more alike.”

It is said that one in every thirty two births are twins. 33% of these births result in Identical twins. There is no telling what is the genetic link to having a perfectly identical pair. But for families in New England, the probability for twins of the identical variety is 100%. Thanks to advancement in genetic engineering, a group of Scientists studying in a government facility have been able to fabricate embryos to result in two identical twins. From hair color, to eye color, to skills and mental growth, these twins are perfectly identical… Save for one thing—Gender.

In an effort to end the long term war over whether boys or girls are the superior sex, 15 families and their twin children are being tested, the twins being placed in a school where the curriculum, sports teams, and extra curriculars all challenge the twins to reach their full potential against their perfect opposite-gender twin. Rivalries are formed, romances blossom, and an intense Battle of the Sexes begins.

But as the study continues, a new fight begins—the Fight to be different, unique, and nothing like the other half.

With this new fight beginning, a question is presented:

Who are you? What makes you you?


Karofsky Family BioRules | Audition

Rory Flanagan/16/Open/Sister is Bridget Flanagan

“You can spend too much time wondering which of identical twins is the more alike.”

It is said that one in every thirty two births are twins. 33% of these births result in Identical twins. There is no telling what is the genetic link to having a perfectly identical pair. But for families in New England, the probability for twins of the identical variety is 100%. Thanks to advancement in genetic engineering, a group of Scientists studying in a government facility have been able to fabricate embryos to result in two identical twins. From hair color, to eye color, to skills and mental growth, these twins are perfectly identical… Save for one thing—Gender.

In an effort to end the long term war over whether boys or girls are the superior sex, 15 families and their twin children are being tested, the twins being placed in a school where the curriculum, sports teams, and extra curriculars all challenge the twins to reach their full potential against their perfect opposite-gender twin. Rivalries are formed, romances blossom, and an intense Battle of the Sexes begins.

But as the study continues, a new fight begins—the Fight to be different, unique, and nothing like the other half.

With this new fight beginning, a question is presented:

Who are you? What makes you you?

Flanagan Family BioRules | Audition

Blaine Anderson/16/Open/Brother is Everett Anderson & Sister is Avery Anderson

“You can spend too much time wondering which of identical twins is the more alike.”

It is said that one in every thirty two births are twins. 33% of these births result in Identical twins. There is no telling what is the genetic link to having a perfectly identical pair. But for families in New England, the probability for twins of the identical variety is 100%. Thanks to advancement in genetic engineering, a group of Scientists studying in a government facility have been able to fabricate embryos to result in two identical twins. From hair color, to eye color, to skills and mental growth, these twins are perfectly identical… Save for one thing—Gender.

In an effort to end the long term war over whether boys or girls are the superior sex, 15 families and their twin children are being tested, the twins being placed in a school where the curriculum, sports teams, and extra curriculars all challenge the twins to reach their full potential against their perfect opposite-gender twin. Rivalries are formed, romances blossom, and an intense Battle of the Sexes begins.

But as the study continues, a new fight begins—the Fight to be different, unique, and nothing like the other half.

With this new fight beginning, a question is presented:

Who are you? What makes you you?

Anderson Family BioRules | Audition

Audrey Hummel/16/Open/Brother is Kurt Hummel

“You can spend too much time wondering which of identical twins is the more alike.”

It is said that one in every thirty two births are twins. 33% of these births result in Identical twins. There is no telling what is the genetic link to having a perfectly identical pair. But for families in New England, the probability for twins of the identical variety is 100%. Thanks to advancement in genetic engineering, a group of Scientists studying in a government facility have been able to fabricate embryos to result in two identical twins. From hair color, to eye color, to skills and mental growth, these twins are perfectly identical… Save for one thing—Gender.

In an effort to end the long term war over whether boys or girls are the superior sex, 15 families and their twin children are being tested, the twins being placed in a school where the curriculum, sports teams, and extra curriculars all challenge the twins to reach their full potential against their perfect opposite-gender twin. Rivalries are formed, romances blossom, and an intense Battle of the Sexes begins.

But as the study continues, a new fight begins—the Fight to be different, unique, and nothing like the other half.

With this new fight beginning, a question is presented:

Who are you? What makes you you?

Hummel Family BioRules | Audition

Sugar and Mars Motta/16/Open/Twins

“You can spend too much time wondering which of identical twins is the more alike.”

It is said that one in every thirty two births are twins. 33% of these births result in Identical twins. There is no telling what is the genetic link to having a perfectly identical pair. But for families in New England, the probability for twins of the identical variety is 100%. Thanks to advancement in genetic engineering, a group of Scientists studying in a government facility have been able to fabricate embryos to result in two identical twins. From hair color, to eye color, to skills and mental growth, these twins are perfectly identical… Save for one thing—Gender.

In an effort to end the long term war over whether boys or girls are the superior sex, 15 families and their twin children are being tested, the twins being placed in a school where the curriculum, sports teams, and extra curriculars all challenge the twins to reach their full potential against their perfect opposite-gender twin. Rivalries are formed, romances blossom, and an intense Battle of the Sexes begins.

But as the study continues, a new fight begins—the Fight to be different, unique, and nothing like the other half.

With this new fight beginning, a question is presented:

Who are you? What makes you you?

Motta Family BioRules | Audition

Jessica St. James/16/Open/Brother is Jesse St. James

“You can spend too much time wondering which of identical twins is the more alike.”

It is said that one in every thirty two births are twins. 33% of these births result in Identical twins. There is no telling what is the genetic link to having a perfectly identical pair. But for families in New England, the probability for twins of the identical variety is 100%. Thanks to advancement in genetic engineering, a group of Scientists studying in a government facility have been able to fabricate embryos to result in two identical twins. From hair color, to eye color, to skills and mental growth, these twins are perfectly identical… Save for one thing—Gender.

In an effort to end the long term war over whether boys or girls are the superior sex, 15 families and their twin children are being tested, the twins being placed in a school where the curriculum, sports teams, and extra curriculars all challenge the twins to reach their full potential against their perfect opposite-gender twin. Rivalries are formed, romances blossom, and an intense Battle of the Sexes begins.

But as the study continues, a new fight begins—the Fight to be different, unique, and nothing like the other half.

With this new fight beginning, a question is presented:

Who are you? What makes you you?

St. James Family BioRules | Audition