Considering that The Simpsons has been an iconic show for more than 20 years, it’s no surprise that fans take their love of the show to a permanent level by inking equally iconic show moments onto their skin.
That’s right. They take their love of the show out of Springfield and onto their body somewhere — whether it’s just a recognizable character or a random moment from the show.
There are certain movie scenes that are so poignant or engaging that you don’t even realize you’re holding your breath while you’re watching it. They become iconic and familiar to pretty much anyone who has seen the movie (and even those who haven’t).
A good film is a true work of cinematic art and, as these images prove, they stay with you long after the credits roll.
They say that everyone has a twin somewhere in the world. Most of us will never come across that doppelgänger given the vast expanse of the world, but if you’re a celebrity, your face is plastered everywhere and there are thousands of people who think they look like you. But what about people from the past?
Whether it’s a convict from the 1800’s who looks like Justin Timberlake or an ancient pope who looks so much like Sylvester Stallone that you will be amazed, these celebrities have twins from the past that might make you believe in time travel.
Jimmy Fallon and Turkish revolutionist Mahir Cayan
Not only is actor Chris Pratt known as the star of Parks and Rec and Jurassic World, but he’s also known as being one of the coolest guys around.
When he was in the market for a new header for his Facebook page, instead of hiring some fancy designer, he decided to do a contest with his fans (plus, as he puts it, he doesn’t know Photoshop).
He asked only that the image feature his most famous characters — Peter Quill, Owen, Andy, and Emmet — as well as “eagles, American flags, guns, cool ford raptors, cigars, explosions” and “some cool guns or rollerblades,” among his other favorite things.
Along with Pratt noticing (and mentioning) you as the winner, you might also get “a free dinner at Applebee’s or something like that.”
Needless to say, Pratt fans fired up their computers and started creating, and Pratt is personally looking through all the submissions himself. Although the winner is yet to be announced, here’s a selection of the best and weirdest so far, but be sure to visit Pratt’s page to check out the rest — and maybe enter your own.