Miriam and Moshe Pinto live in Mexico City and they sent their twin sons Juan and Amal to Israel to study for the year. Like any good mother, Miriam misses her boys and asks them to send pictures. Juan is the diligent one and adheres to his mother’s request. Amal on the other hand is the scatterbrain and doesn’t send any pictures.
As the year progresses Miriam gets more and more agitated that she doesn’t have a picture of her son Amal. She asks her husband Moshe to get on Amal’s case to send a picture like his brother Juan did.
Moshe thought for a moment and said, “Miriam, they are twins. If you’ve seen Juan, you’ve seen Amal.”