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There’s nothing particularly memorable about the Heimlich Chew Chew Train at Disneyland. It’s a slow ride, meant for preschoolers, where the Bug’s Life character talks about his favorite food.
But then this happened.
Christine Sydelko shared that photo on Sunday, and the internet has been :crying joy emoji: ever since.
“It’s one of my favorite rides because it’s so slow and he talks in a funny German accent,” Sydelko told BuzzFeed. “I immediately thought I looked like the ride, especially because my jacket was the same color blue and I was making the same face.”
Sydelko basically willed herself into a meme.
Screengrab via Twitter
For her part, Sydelko seemed to take the whole thing in stride; she even shared one of the better remixes someone made.
That’s par for the course, though. Sydelko’s ferocious self-deprecating humor has made her a favorite on Vine, where she has had nearly 500 million loops to date. Do yourself a favor and start following her today.
Austin Powell is the former managing editor of the Daily Dot. His work focuses on the intersection of entertainment and technology. He previously served as a music columnist for the Austin Chronicle and is the co-author of The Austin Chronicle Music Anthology.