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The Worst Twins In Human History (And Fiction)

Updated November 5, 2019 2.8k votes 588 voters 65.8k views15 items

List RulesVote up the worst, most vile, most annoying sets of twins, whether fictional or real-life

Twins, two children produced by the same pregnancy, can be awesome. You've got a built in best friend! But the twins on this list are the absolute worst. In life and in pop culture, twins are often rumored to have a certain intuition when it comes to one another. But some twins... they're just terrible. 

Whether it's not knowing they're related and narcissistically being into each other, fighting amongst each other for no reason, forcing themselves upon the world with a terrible television show, having lame powers, or just plain being obnoxious, the world didn't even need one of the twins in these sets, let alone two!

This isn't just a list of twins, it's a list of twins who are... just the worst twins ever. Vote up the most annoying, awful sets of twin siblings below.
  • 1

    Jamie and Cersei Lannister

    Jamie and Cersei Lannister
    Photo: HBO
    Not only are they twins who willingly and KNOWINGLY bump uglies, they also spawned Joffrey the most sniveling wretched little creature to EVER appear on TV. Imagine if they'd had twins?
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  • 2

    The Grady Twins

    The Grady twins from Stanley Kubrick's The Shining really need no introduction: silent, creepy, deadly. The creepiest duo set of twins by far.
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  • 3

    Jenny and Jamie (Eurotrip)

    Jenny and Jamie (Eurotrip)
    Video: YouTube
    2004's extremely underrated Eurotrip features perhaps the worst. Twins. Ever. See the video above for proof.
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  • 4

    Tweedledee and Tweedledum

    "Tweedledee and Tweedledum agreed to have a battle / For Tweedledum said Tweedledee had spoiled his nice new rattle. / Just then flew down a monstrous crow, as black as a tar-barrel / Which frightened both the heroes so, they quite forgot their quarrel."

    In all of Alice in Wonderland lore, these two are probably the creepiest of the lot, and especially in the Tim Burton version. Spoiled, entitled, and not so bright is never the best combination
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