A TikToker claims he has proof that we're all part of a simulation after posting a video of his freckle.

His video has got a lot of people talking...

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One man has shared his theory that we're all just part of a simulation...

It might sound like a plot straight out of a sci-fi movie...


But the man claims he has proof, after finding a freckle that "all men" have, saying it shows "our lives are simulated."

People have shared their pretty hilarious responses to his outlandish claims...

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TikTok user @dylanbaseball07 posted the clip showing his arm...

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Before pointing out a freckle, urging all men to check if they have one in the same place.

In the clip, he says:

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"Alright I may have found something that proves that the government makes humans.

"Alright, every boy Duet this and see if you have that freckle right there on your arm.

"I guarantee you do. That freckle right there. Duet this."

And although it might sound strange, it looks like he might be onto something...

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Because his post has since been inundated with comments from men claiming they have the exact same freckle.

Some have even duetted his post showing off their own freckles...

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It does seem to be a strange coincidence.

One person commented: "I've got one and my brothers and father also."

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While another joked: "We're all brothers connected by the freckle."

A third wrote: "What the... I do! This is weird."

Posting a duet, one TikToker commented: "Our lives are all simulated trust me."

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What makes this even stranger is that a similar trend went viral back in 2019, claiming that all women had a freckle in the same place on their wrists.

Twitter user Aaryn Whitley posted a message to Twitter asking women to respond...

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"Ladies... you got a freckle on the middle of your wrist or is this a myth?"

She shared multiple pictures of women, showing a little freckle in the same spot on each wrist...

Both posts seem to claim there's a correlation between the placement of freckles on men and women.

Check out the TikTok post that set it all off below...

@dylanbaseball07

#duet #foryou #fortheboys #weirdfacts #viral #dontletthisflop

While it might not prove we're living in a simulation, it's definitely weird.

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