This is a date her parents have been talking about since she can remember.
Anna Prata Tavares of New York, born in 2000, will turn 22 22-22-22 and make two happy birthday wishes at 22:22 (22:22 Wartime) while listening to “22” Taylor Swift.
“I’ve been thinking for a long time about what to do that day,” she says.
The 2-22-22 course falls on a Tuesday that many call it “two days” instead.
With just a quick internet search the day known as Tuesday tacos is now tacos two days (yes, there are even Etsy Market for this), and even teachers celebrate the day “Training in two days”, as seen on T-shirts that sell on Facebook.
So why all the fuss about number two?
Here’s an amazing fact for those who love two. Temple University enrolled in 2018 35 sets of twins who will graduate from Philadelphia this year.
If you put any stock in numbers, according to numerology.com, the number two – the same number of duality – represents harmony.
In other words, 2-22-22 will focus on teamwork, not conflict, they say.
So, in honor of the two-day day, we talked to identical twins and married couples, all celebrating 2-22-22, together.
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Take this out reality stars and twins married to two twins – all the best in life happens in a couple.
The couple also had Quaternary twins, who are babies born to twins and who are cousins and share DNA that is difficult to distinguish from siblings.
So Jeremy, Josh, Brittany, Brian Sailers are planning something “epic” on 2-22-22.
In 2017, at the annual Twin Day Festival in Twinsburg, Ohio, the twin sisters, Brittany and Brianna, met twin brothers Josh and Jeremy.
“When we got home from the festival, not long before Josh and Jeremy came from a completely different state to see us. The rest is a (double) story,” recalls Brittany and Brianna, who grew up in Wilmington, Delaware. .
The brothers made them an offer a year later, and they married (where they met) in a double wedding.
No, it’s not so much: the twin-twin ministers led the wedding ceremony on the theme of “Twice Old,” and it was shown on TLC in 2019 (they were also featured on the network show “Extreme Sisters”).
The song “It Takes Two” by Marvin Gaye and Kim Weston was played on their wedding day, while a procession of twin friends passed through the aisle – of course, in pairs.
The couple is the parents of twin boys, Jet and Jax.
“I noticed that Jet and Jacks seem to have their own secret language, like we did with Brittany when we were little. Josh and Jeremy also had their own secret language,” Briana says.
“Yesterday, Jet and Jax were together in their manege, and Jet said something to Jax that no one else understood, but Jax immediately understood and started laughing. Then he said Jet’s answer, and they both laughed.”
The sailors shared a house and bought a wedding venue near Smith Mountain Lake, Virginia.
Staying in “twos” improves their happiness. It is said that a scary affair alone becomes much more manageable when you perform it together.
Two in a row
Salieri are not the only ones who combine birth with the “other half”.
“Two-night” identical twins Briel and Sheila Brown celebrate Twosday in a big way with twin friends.
“It’s nice because they know our perspective,” Sheila says.
The Study Buddy Box The co-founders, who live together in Erie, Pennsylvania, with their puppy Elvis, say 2-22-22 may not be an official holiday for the twins, but it’s still great. (Their business offers a monthly subscription box for college students filled with school supplies, board games, snacks and accessories.)
“Not only us, but I feel like a lot of twins will have fun this day because it’s 2-22,” Briel says.
While other sisters may be close, be twins, but ensure that you are not alone.
“The great thing about being a twin is that you always have a friend,” Briel says. “I know it sounds a bit cliché, but we live together, we are very close and best friends, and I always have someone. I am never alone. We do not take this for granted. We know we are lucky with each other. ”
Although these twins do not tell the story of what they are playing with friends, in their same appearance sometimes people make two doubles.
“There was one time when I was in class with this guy, and the next time he was with Sheila,” Briel recalls. – One day he approached me and asked: “I’ve always been interested in how you change (clothes).” so fast and get to class before me. He thought I was Sheila. It happens a lot. “
A dual major in East Asian psychology and research, Prata Taveras will graduate from Mount Haliok College in – yes, you guessed it – in May 2022.
“China and Korea have a strong belief in happy and unlucky numbers, whether people believe it or not, and 2-2-2 is the number of an angel,” she said.
While today she will have a quiet birthday dinner with her parents who came from the Big Apple to visit her at a school in Hadley, Massachusetts, the start of just two will last all year.
We can say that her distance from other loved ones – “two bad”.
“It’s hard. I would like to be with all the people I love today, but I am in school. ”
They are Two!
Instead of “I Do” Analis Klein and Jason Moritz will say “I Two” when they walk down the aisle 2-22-22.
The couple, who got engaged last Valentine’s Day, hoped to flee to Thailand, but because of the pandemic decided to get married in a courthouse in Salem, New Jersey.
“It will be very little, only we, our witnesses, and the mayor of our city Jody Weller will perform our duties,” Klein said.
About the date, Klein says, it’s weird but cool.
“I think it’s really special, it’s repetitive and informative,” she said. “We’re getting married last Tuesday, that’s what we’re going to call it,” she said. “I think the recurring numbers are always special, because there will never be another 2-22-22 on Tuesday. It’s absurd and a miracle of chaos.”
And the couple is not the only one who is getting married on February 22nd.
When they went on vaccination from COVID-19, they met a woman who was also contacted on a rare date.
It makes sense, though, if you believe in numerology, because in marriage a few things are more important than harmony.
In fact, according to Zola, a popular wedding registry site, it’s the most popular day to tie in this month, bypassing Valentine’s Day.
“I think couples really want to have an unforgettable date, and 2-22-22 is a once-in-a-lifetime date,” said Emily Forrest, Zola’s director of communications. “For many couples who have chosen this date, they’ve probably already thought about a wedding on a weekday and may have also wanted to have a winter wedding.”
In fact the “magic date” involving the two seems to be the wedding trend in 2022.
“The most popular dates this year are 22.10.22 and 11.12.22,” says Forrest. “However, 2-22 is the most popular date in all of February – even more popular than February 26, which is next Saturday.”
Is it worth putting your money on two?
Deuces in Las Vegas in two days, and Zola reported that the city of sins became number one for weddings, followed by Honolulu, Hawaii.
“I think on March 3, 3033, you will see the same thing,” Klein adds.
As for the deuces on the cards and game tables, we’ll leave that to you.
And for Analysis Klein, choosing this significant date has a very practical side.
“But between me and Jason, I have trouble remembering dates,” she says. “Getting married 22-22-22 will definitely help me in 10 years.”
Micaela Hood is a reporter for Pocono Record and the main team of the USA TODAY Mid-Atlantic Region. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org