Hey, that guy looks familiar... oh wait, that's me?!
You can imagine how these people felt when they were exploring the halls of museums, only to run into their long lost doppelgänger from the past.
It all started when one Twitter user shared photos of people posing with their "twins."
People who accidentally discovered their past self in a museum https://t.co/DqHgofJtWZ— maxwell (@maxwell)1609831763.0
One by one, others who ran into their "past selves" added onto the thread.
@artgate2 Presenting @captfourhorns https://t.co/J8EqKELsvb— oli (@oli)1609942707.0
Some of these comparisons are scary realistic.
@artgate2 Me in the MC Escher Museum in Den Haag https://t.co/i4VCFz5PS4— Mark Croxon (@Mark Croxon)1609928295.0
Can you say, time traveler?
@artgate2 @tommmoore https://t.co/nuJpaaTsN3— Deneen Melody (@Deneen Melody)1609955675.0
Behold: Millennial Vincent van Gogh.
@artgate2 @_bvndy https://t.co/ump8m7Qj8b— Sam Malpass (@Sam Malpass)1609931264.0
And apparently, women were fed up with everything back then, too. Same, girl.
@artgate2 Sames https://t.co/jXCh32tH2J— Leanne A (@Leanne A)1609921816.0
This guy really nailed it with the pose.
@artgate2 I am also a time-traveller... https://t.co/3G1Vc8vRiT— Paul Abernethy (@Paul Abernethy)1609944439.0
And this guy couldn't help but laugh at "himself".
What would you do if you came across your doppelgänger hanging on a museum wall?