It can be hard to stifle a laugh when you see a tall redhead with long hair walking an Irish setter. Or a burly man with a pugilist's nose accompanied by his big, round bulldog. Or a komondor playing in the park with its dreadlocked owner. You're not imagining things — people really do tend to look like their dogs. But the phenomenon of people resembling the things they're around most doesn't stop there.
The Mastiff in the Mirror
Written by Reuben Westmaas November 20, 2018
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