Mary Crawford and Georgiana Darcy.
They are both shy around strangers.
They are both orphans.
They both once tried to elope.
They both play the harp.
Lady Susan Vernon and Charlotte Lucas.
They are both characters in Pride and Prejudice.
They both marry younger men.
They both live in Sussex.
They are both plain in appearance.
Edward Ferrars and Edmund Bertram.
They are both keen fishermen.
They are both the eldest son in their families.
They are both disinherited.
They both become clergymen.
Sir Walter Elliot and Mr Woodhouse.
They both hate cake.
They are both hypochondriacs.
They are both widowers.
They both move to Bath.
Lucy Steele and Jane Fairfax.
They are both talented artists.
They are both given a pianoforte as a gift.
They both secretly get engaged.
They both insult their hosts behind their backs.
Mr Bingley and Tom Bertram.
They both marry for love.
They both have two sisters.
They both attempt to act in a play.
They both have large gambling debts.
Lizzy Bennet and Harriet Smith.
They both reject proposals from men they eventually marry.
They both have embarrassing mothers.
They are both complimented for their eyes.
They both act as a nursemaid to someone who is ill.
Anne Elliot and Marianne Dashwood.
They both give locks of their hair as a gift to a gentleman.
They are both one of three sisters.
They are both in love with a man in the Navy.
They both visit Lyme Regis.
Elizabeth Elliot and Julia Bertram.
They both dote on their fathers.
They are both daughters of a baronet.
They are both keen horsewomen.
They both have a weakness for iced tea.
Isabella Thorpe and Louisa Musgrove.
They both drink too much at a ball and are reprimanded for it the next day.
They both read The Mysteries of Udolpho.
They both have a life-threatening fall.
They both flirt shamelessly with a Frederick.