This meme matches up your favorite celebrities to random objects

Dish soap, beverages, lubricants... what else?

Apr 15, 2019, 10:54 am

Internet Culture

Tiffany Kelly 

Tiffany Kelly

ben affleck as strawberry coolatta

JuanJo Martin/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock @ameliadeew/Twitter (Licensed) Remix by Jason Reed

Last week, I saw this great Twitter thread on singer Hayley Williams that compared her many different hair colors to dish detergents.

https://twitter.com/fterlaughter/status/1114988851456610305?s=21

Just some earnest content that makes going on the harassment-filled site known as Twitter worth it. There were lots of detergents to choose from:

https://twitter.com/fterlaughter/status/1114988875682844678

https://twitter.com/fterlaughter/status/1115030370666283008

Then I discovered a bunch of these threads, which pair a celebrity or notable person with random products or objects.

Here’s one of TV personality Sonja Morgan as personal lubricants.

https://twitter.com/dzmcgee/status/1117265961185423360

Here’s another of Ben Affleck as Dunkin’ Donuts beverages.

And Tessa Thompson as Pringles.

https://twitter.com/ttomholIand/status/1116801121497096193

https://twitter.com/ttomholIand/status/1116802480216641541

This meme is like a game: Find a product or object that comes in various colors and match those colors to a celebrity’s various on-screen and off-screen photos. It’s an exercise in using Google Images.

Over the weekend, the meme went down a new path. Now people are finding colorful transportation systems around the world and comparing them to pop stars’ outfits.

Here’s Rihanna as Berlin public transit.

And here’s Taylor Swift as Dutch public transit.

These threads are a gift.

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*First Published: Apr 15, 2019, 10:54 am