16 Couples Who Are So Different They’re Living Proof That Opposites Attract

2 years ago

Life as a couple is a roller coaster of good and bad moments. But even if you are different from your better half, whether it be in your habits or your size, love always makes any difference feel small and can even be the catalyst for oil and water mixing together.

At Bright Side, we love the stories of everyday married life, that’s why we collected some images that show us how yin and yang do exist in matters of love. At the end of the article, you will find a bonus that proves everyone has a match.

1. “What I pack for a weekend away vs My husband”

2. “My husband and I had a no recipe cupcake baking competition today.”

3. “Pictures my husband takes of the cat vs Pictures I take of the cat”

4. “My masks vs My wife’s masks”

5. “My girl vs Me spending money on water. Each one cost $4.5. (we cannot drink tap water here)”

6. “New work from bed machine vs Wife’s (M1 Air). Loving this t14.”

7. “My attempt at braiding my hair vs. My husband’s. He did his best, that’s for sure!”

8. “My first attempt at air-fried onion rings vs My partner’s attempt”

9. “How I eat my multilayer ice cream vs My boyfriend”

10. “1 week later me vs My wife. An experiment in brand longevity as well as habits.”

11. “My girlfriend’s tiny glove in my huge hand.”

12. “My wife laughed about our handwriting differences”

13. “My wife’s very long legs”

14. “My husband and I bought the exact same shoes, and mine are small enough to fit all the way inside his”

15. “I can easily fit 2 of my fingers in my husband’s wedding ring.”

16. “My girlfriend moved in...”

Bonus: “How my husband sleeps vs How I sleep”

What does your partner do that drives you crazy?

Preview photo credit lexigraxe / Reddit


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This was dumb. Several of these were literally "me doing something vs. someone else's first time trying it".

The cooking, that's just someone trying a method for the first time and not understanding it.

The braiding, most men don't know how to do a braid, so that was not really opposites attract, just more what a woman is taught throughout her life vs. what a man is taught throughout his life--to be able to braid, and not to be able to braid.


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