like two peas in a pod

Like two peas in a pod is an idiom which refers to two things or people which seem very similar and like they are two of a king. Peas in a pod are often joined together, look exactly alike and remain close while in the pod. Figuratively, this phrase means that two things or people are very similar. It is usually used in reference to people that seem to have the same opinions, behavioral traits, physical and emotional traits and are similar in pretty much ever way.