Day 3481: Iconic Duos

Last night, because I knew I was going to pose a question about iconic duos on Twitter, I asked my better half Michael to send me this photo of our iconic duo:


Here’s the question about iconic duos I asked on Twitter.

Iconic answers to that Twitter question have included John Lennon & Paul McCartney, George Burns & Gracie Allen, Mel Brooks & Carl Reiner, Michelle & Barack Obama, Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers, Batman & Robin, and Peanut Butter & Jelly.

I’m realizing that my answer to a different question on Twitter is all about another iconic duo.

Here’s “Daulton Lee” by the iconic duo Pat Metheny and the late Lyle Mays, from the movie The Falcon and the Snowman.


Do you see any iconic duos in my other images for today?


Ice cream figures in several iconic duos, doesn’t it?

Here’s what I find on YouTube when I search for “iconic duos.”


Finally, here’s another iconic duo: Me & Gratitude for YOU!

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12 thoughts on “Day 3481: Iconic Duos

  1. Cheers to Michael’s fantastic photo to your dynamic duo of Joan and Harley, Ann.

  2. Harley and Joan are definitely an iconic duo, but I’ve also always been a fan of Wile E. Coyote and the Roadrunner. I may be alone in that I’ve always felt sorry for Mr. Coyote, although there is Ian Frazier’s “Coyote v. Acme”.

  3. I love the dynamic duos you’ve shown here! my favs are ‘yin and yang.’ and ‘Mac ‘n cheese.’

  4. I think all successful TV detective series, e.g. Inspector Morse, depend upon the chemistry between the two leads

  5. puella33

    Sony and Cher, Marvin Gaye and Tammie Terrell, Katherine Hepburn and Spencer Tracey

  6. Love Joan and Harley! I think I’ll go in another direction. I’m feeling contrary today. LOL! My iconic duo is guacamole and tortilla chips! LOL!

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