People Talk About Things They Were Into Before They Became “Cool”

You’ve heard people brag (or humblebrag) about being into certain things before they hit the mainstream.

Movies, music, artists, etc. People always like to make sure that everyone out there knows that they were into it WAYYYYYY before it got popular.

But some people really were into stuff before everyone else knew about it.

What were you into before it was cool?

Here’s what folks on AskReddit had to say about this.

1. Snapchat.

“Snapchat. I downloaded it when it was in its early stages..and then deleted the app shortly after because none of my friends were on it.

I still have people asking me how I got my username.


2. Wow!

“I went to a bar a long time ago (illegally- I was below drinking age) to see this punk band play. I liked it enough that I shelled out for one of their cassettes (pre-CD).

The band was Green Day.”

3. Rock star.

“I got stoned with John Mayer in a college town before he put out a CD. He was playing the blues at a club in front of 100 people and i only caught the last song.

We got high and he gave me a cd and wrote on it…. few weeks later I put the cd in and quickly tossed it out.

So I was early adopter of John Mayer playing the blues, AND throwing out his trash studio albums.”

4. Vinyl.

“I was into vinyl before it made a comeback.

And since nobody in the ’90s or early 2000s wanted their records anymore, I basically got 500+ records for free or nearly free.”

5. Potterhead.

“I was reading Harry Potter from like, day one. I remember how this happened so clearly. My dads birthday landed on the same day day that the book was released in the US, September 1, 1998, and we got him a gift certificate to Barnes and Noble, among a few other things.

The very next day, my dad and I went to Barnes and Noble. He picked two books, one was a New York Mets coffee table book and the other was the newly released Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone, which he handed to me.

There were stacks and stacks of them on a display table right at the front of the store. He mentioned that he had read an article about how good the book was a few weeks prior, and that it would be releasing in the US soon. We were in the store for all of five minutes.

I read the first two chapters on the way home, and was immediately hooked. I swear I read that book a dozen times before going to the midnight release of Chamber of Secrets the following year.”

6. Awesome!

“Saw Metallica for my first concert in 1985 on the Ride The Lightning tour in Austin Texas.”

7. Interesting.

“Donald Glover.

He was part of a comedy group called Derrick Comedy that was absolutely hilarious.”

8. Eminem.

“I once did a Google search for Eminem and it came back with zero results.

I was an editor at All music at the time and emailed my higher ups to tell them he needed a listing ASAP.”

9. Old school.

“I was chugging Pabst Blue Ribbon years before it became the go-to hipster brew.”

10. Back in the day.


This account is rather recent but I discovered the platform in its infancy. It had less stuff back then but the discussions were better.

And then, mainstream caught up.”

11. DMB.

“When I started college in 1993, the first real big party I went to was a sorority party with a band. I was there before they went on, and when I saw they had a saxophone set up on stage, I (having played alto sax in hs) set my beer down on the stage in front of where the sax player would be.

They wound up being really good live, and a few weeks later the Dave Matthews Band first album came out, and I bought it first day.

I’ll never forget taking that cd home at Christmas break and playing it for high school friends who said “WHAT THE F*CK IS THIS SH*T?” The next year they all apologized because they were all into them once they got popular.

I saw them a few times, but after they got super big I really didn’t like any of their new material and quit listening to them. The last time I saw them I remember seeing Daisy Fuentes outside the theater interviewing people after the show and had a feeling they were about to be a big MTV band.

However, from time to time I’ll hear an old tune of theirs and will remember when I thought they were very cool.”

12. Get with it!

“Adult coloring.

I never liked drawing but loved coloring, so as I grew up I would seek out all kinds of coloring books. I loved how calming it was, and I would often color with my grandparents so I created a lot of fond memories there.

I got made fun of a lot for my hobby until it suddenly became cool in the last few years.”

13. Good stuff.

“Tito’s Vodka.

I was living in Austin before it went nationwide and after moving back to the Midwest, it took a couple years for the mass release before it really took off.”

14. Cool Mom!

“My white suburban mom did yoga back in the 1970’s when it was considered “a hippy thing”.”

15. Crazy.

“I was out for the night back when I was 17/18/19. A friend and I went to a good pub in Oxfordshire where we thought we’d have a chance to pick up some girls.

Ended up getting drunk, taking an E and listening to the band who were pretty good. After their set we popped out of the pub for a quick joint.

The band walked over and asked for a toke. Ended up spending the rest of the evening In the back of their van smoking weed and drinking.

Turned out that the band was an unknown indie/rock group called Radiohead. A couple of weeks later Creep went international.

Been a fan ever since.”

Now we want to hear from you.

What were you into to before it became really popular?

Talk to us in the comments!

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People Share the Interesting, Dark Facts About People’s Favorite Cartoons

If you think cartoons are all rainbows and sunshine, think again, friend.

There is some pretty dark and disturbing material embedded in those seemingly innocent and fun TV shows and movies that might surprise you…or even shock you.

Let’s get weird with folks from AskReddit.

1. That’s a little weird.

“There was a Smurfs PSA that was made for UNICEF.

I believe where their entire village is carpet bombed.

It. Was. Nuts.”

2. Don’t tell me that!

“Ren and Stimpy was an absolute nightmare for the people who worked on it. John K ordered them not to make the same face twice. Pretty, but it was hell for the workers because they were constantly drawing things.

John K was a nightmare boss. One of the producers had a sign on his wall labeled “John’s knees” and invited people to kick it. By the time he left it was reduced to a hole.

They made several episodes that were just the animators ranting about how much of an *sshole that John K was.”

3. Great idea!

“The pilot of The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy called “Trepanation of the Skull and You” tells kids that because of a mistake in evolution our skulls are too small for our brains, and that you should drill a hole in your skull as to grant the brain more space.

Which is then followed by Billy doing exactly that.

The whole thing looks like some cursed forgotten video tape.”

4. Creepy.

“Some of the earliest versions of Little Red Riding Hood end with the wolf raping Red and then eating her.

The literal moral of the story was for girls to not trust strangers.”

5. Whoa!

“The creator of Skeletor was inspired by a corpse in a haunted house that he was 100% sure was real.

Turned out he was right.”

6. Awful.

“The studio had to get someone else to sing “Soon You’ll Come Home” in All Dogs go to Heaven because the voice actor, Judith Barsi, had such a traumatic home life because of an abusive, alcoholic father that she couldn’t sing the song without having a breakdown.

She and her mother were murdered by him before the movie was released in a double-murder/suicide. She was only 10.

She was also the voice of Ducky from Land Before Time. Her tombstone reads, “Yep! Yep! Yep!””

7. Poor Donald.

“Donald Duck fought in WWII and has PTSD.

In an episode he wakes up and thinks he is in a Japanese mine field and he is in a lot of WWII cartoons.”

8. Creepy.

“Sleeping Beauty is only 14 years old in the original story and Prince Charming is around 30.”

9. Witchcraft?

“Adventure Time is full of occult references

My favorite one is in the episode “All The Little People” in which Magic Man says “Do what thoust will be the whole piece of law” which is taken from Aleister Crowley’s “Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.””

10. Apocalyptic.

“The premise of Adventure Time is actually really dark.

Its the aftermath of a literal nuclear war that killed most of humanity and caused evil mutants like The Litch to wreak havoc on the planet.”

11. Oh, no!

“There was a Tom & Jerry episode where Tom dies and goes to heaven.

While waiting in the line of counter they show a wet sack with baby kittens inside it coming out and running towards train. Ticket counter guy notices it and says ” what some people won’t do”.

He’s talking about old times when people use to tie up small kittens in the sack and let them drown in river.”

12. Let’s eat!

“In the Peppa Pig universe, characters eating each other is slightly acknowledged when a couple of the characters are stranded on an island.”

13. Not good.

“The Carmen Sandiego reboot is animated by Top Draw Animation.

They’re a sweatshop and they fired an animator for asking for minimum wage compensation.”

14. Nuclear fallout.

“Bikini Bottom is called so because of the Bikini Atoll.

In the 1940s and ’50s, the US held nuclear tests there.

All the characters on SpongeBob SquarePants are like this because they’re radioactive creatures.”

15. Makes sense.

“The reason Mickey and other characters where white gloves is because it allows their hands to be seen better.

This is a reference to actors when they did black face they wore white gloves so the audience could see their hands and fingers moving.”

Do you know any weird or dark facts about cartoons?

If so, please share them with us in the comments.

We’d love to hear from you!

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Here are Some Suggestions for Great Games to Play as a Couple

Do you like to play video games? We think so. Do you like the person you’re with? We sure hope so.

Do you want to play video games with the person you’re with? Of course you do!

But it isn’t always easy to find the perfect match for both of you. Lucky for everybody, there’s a very long and helpful list compiled by the people of Reddit based on this prompt by user HornedOwlsNest:

What is the best video game for couples to play? from AskReddit

There are over 20 thousand comments, so we’ll whittle it down to a few gems for ya:

1. Unravel 2

Unravel 2 is super relaxing and cute.

Bought it to play with my wife, she doesn’t really play games but she enjoyed the first one.

– boogieboogie

2. Borderlands

Borderlands split screen is great.

My husband and I always argue about getting the best loot and guns.

– Fandangojango

3. Divinity Original Sin 2

Divinity Original Sin 2 was perfect for me and my ex since we are both into D&D.

– Jurelover

4. Dead by Daylight

My SO and I play Dead by Daylight as survivors.

We get frustrated together when the killer is good, and we cheer together when the killer is bad. Perfect bonding experience…

– NihilisticMind

5. Broken down by taste:

If your SO is into action games: Borderlands, Sniper Elite, Left 4 Dead. Also Battle Royales.

If your SO is into non-violent games: Stardew Valley, Factorio, Minecraft, Terraria, Starbound, Don’t Starve Together, etc.

If your SO is not used to videogames: Story driven games you can play together such as The Red Strings Club, Oxenfree, Life is Strange, Telltale games in general.

If your SO is into board games/party games: Monster Prom, Tricky Towers, Town of Salem, etc.

Would also recommend: Dungeon of the Endless (coop tower defense dungeon crawler) and The Escapists 2 (silly prison break sim)

– TheDanibits

6. Crusander Kings 2

If your partner doesn’t leave you for marrying your hot pagan daughter then your relationship is true.

Also holds up in game

– Basil-II-of-Rome

7. Pokemon GO

I’ll probably get some hate for this but Pokemon Go, you basically go out for walks to random places with your girlfriend and you catch rare Pokemon together

– TannedCroissant

8. Fallout

Not as a co-op, but it’s fun to play something like Fallout and let your significant other pick all the decisions, dialogue options, and where to go next.

– archaelleon

9. A gallery of gaming:

Here are the games my BF and I play, most of the games we play are PC games and we play with controllers. […]

Overcooked – My guy and I love it. It is challenging, silly and fun.
It is also a coop style game so you NEED to communicate, plan and support to be able to complete some of the super hard levels.
Supports up to 4 players.

Cuphead – OMG hard, side scrolling shooter game done in the style of 1930’s cartoons (hand animated, and a Netflix show coming out soon).
I suck at it but we still have fun with it.
For up to 2 players.

Lego games (Xbox 360)
Fun, nostalgic, story based and lots of game options.
We are currently playing Lego Star Wars and Pirates of the Caribbean.

Various emulator games
We have played arcade games on emulator, last one was TMNT arcade, later got to play the actual machine at a convention and beat it.
We have even played games that are older than us (both 37).

– ceanahope

10. Mario Odyssey

Playing as Cappy is actually pretty fun.

– madtrippinfool

11. Breath of the Wild

My GF and I are currently playing through Breath of the Wild.

She’s pretty new to gaming but she loves the exploration, climbing, hunting, and gathering resources/loot.

Whenever she gets in over her head in a difficult fight, I’ll take over and deal with the bad guys.

– Commander_Guts27

12. Two strong suggestions:

For a game where either can be badasses but together is better, Dynasty Warriors.

Most Warriors games that are multiplayer fits this.

For a game where teamwork is crucial, Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes

– nybx4life

13. Fortnite

It’s not technically “co-op”, but my girlfriend and I used to play fortnite together.

She was the mouse and I was the keyboard. That shit was a riot when we had to fight and communicate just to move.


14. Old fashioned fun:

My gf isn’t much of a gamer, but we play L.A. Noire. I do the driving and shooting, etc. and she loves the crime aspect and trying to figure out how to solve said crime and who is guilty and what not.

That and we also play Jeopardy and Wheel of Fortune on the switch if you’re into that stuff.

Lastly, check out jackbox party pack. You play with your phone and it’s great for multiple players too.

– tHeNiGhTmAnCoMeTh413

15. Minecraft?

Minecraft, you can put your beds next to each other… haha jk… unless? 😳😳😳 – CreamyFappucinno

You know what they say: the couple that plays together, stays together.

What would you add to this list?

Tell us in the comments!

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Funny Netflix Memes You Didn’t Know You Needed

Everyone loves a good meme. It’s also no secret that literally everyone is in love with Netflix, especially right now. Whether you enjoy watching old favorites, discovering new series and binging them all at once, or adore the original programming, it’s true that the streaming giant is more important to us than ever.

So it makes sense, I guess, that these 13 memes + Netflix = true love.

13. Time to change that password.

And definitely make it something petty.

12. I was not prepared for a single one of these.

What is wrong with folks?

11. Time to update those lesson plans.

Kids today know what’s up.

10. Well this is goals.

She looks so cozy!

9. At least everyone would really know what they were getting into.

I think this is brilliant.

8. Both are valid.

Netflix is here for you.

7. I feel like they were like, we can’t JUST to a smiley face…

So we got this lopsided thing.

6. They’ve got you right where you want to.

Idk about that sweater, though. That seems optional.

5. It will just take all night.

No biggie. It’s not like you have to go anywhere tomorrow.

4. I mean if you’re not sleeping anyway.

Might as well see what’s new.

3. Neither of you ever changed out of your pajamas.

Because you’re smart.

2. Well this is hilarious.

And really going above and beyond, if you ask me.

1. When you’ve got too much time on your hands.

But also you’re brilliant.

Me and the boys watching Netflix from memes

I’m rolling, because they’re just so true!

Which one did you feel like hit just right? Tell us in the comments!

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You Need These Funny Netflix Memes in Your Life

There are memes about every single thing on the planet – if it’s funny, it plays, and that’s exactly why these 14 memes about Netflix work so well.

That, and the fact that Netflix plays a bigger role in our lives than we ever could have imagined a year ago.

14. Words to live by.

Never forget.

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13. Define “you.”

And “there.”

12. I can’t decide if this is a real thing.

Welcome to 2020.

11. That algorithm is just a bit off.

Imagine your kid clicking on that omg.

Thanks Netflix from memes

10. It’s not easy choosing something new to watch.

Even though your friends have recommended 50 other series.

9. Not a fan of this new feature.

Can’t a person just browse anymore?

8. I hope Netflix takes this feedback.

We could all use these.

7. We have become our avatars.

I don’t know if that’s a good thing or a bad thing.

Netflix & Chill : ) from dankmemes

6. And you can’t deny how ugly things have gotten.

At least we’re all in this together.

5. Every single time.

They do it to you, too.

4. Yes yes you’re hilarious.

Now give me the remote.

3. Why is this so real, though?

Such desperation!

2. Tomorrow you’ll have forgotten it existed.

No one will notice.

1. And you thought Netflix wasn’t judging you.

Someone there is definitely judging you.

I’m howling at these, y’all. Who would have thought?

I don’t even watch Netflix! What is Netflix? I don’t know!

Which one of these have you already shared with your friends? Tell us in the comments!

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Funny Memes for All the True Crime Lovers Out There

I am a true crime FANATIC.

I love true crime books, movies, TV show, you name it. And it’s been a thing for me since I was a little kid and found a book that my older brother left on the coffee table about different serial killers. I actually still have the book and I flip through it sometimes to remember the good old days…

So, yes, the way I turned out is definitely his fault.

But I’m not alone! You’re here, so you’re obviously just as deranged as I am!

And to celebrate our morbid interests, let’s enjoy these true crime memes together!

1. I’m in!

I mean, can I get in on this conversation?

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2. Now, isn’t that interesting?

A good way to pass the time.

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3. Do you think it worked?

She might’ve just fallen in love with you.

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4. Winning people over with that knowledge.

At least…well…maybe…?

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5. Sleep tight.

The fake stuff scares you more, for some reason.

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6. Bring joy into my life!

That’s more like it!

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7. Sorry, we can’t be friends.

We gave it a shot, though.

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8. This is what “busy” means.

Gotta get those crime programs in.

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9. I know what’s going on here.

And so do you!

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10. I find that very disturbing.

And maybe we should question our friendship.

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11. You’re not gonna sleep tonight.

And you know it!

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12. Uh oh!

That’s Jeffrey Dahmer, by the way.

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13. Ahhhh. Isn’t this nice?

Goodnight, Jason Voorhees.

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14. Sounds like someone I know.

Don’t say that out loud!

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Are you a big true crime fan?

If so, tell us about your favorite creepy TV shows, movies, book, etc. in the comments!

We can’t wait to hear from you!

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People Discuss Their Favorite Movies They Had in Movie Theaters

Remember going to a movie?

It would sure be a lot of fun to do that again, wouldn’t it…? Hopefully, we can do it again sometime soon.

But until then, we have to hunker down in our houses and watch everything on our own TVs. Sure, things could be a lot worse, but it would be wonderful to go to the theater, grab a snack and a drink, and see some movie magic on the big screen.

People recently took to Twitter to share their favorite experiences from watching movies in the theater.

It’s a lot of fun, let’s check it out!

1. This introvert was proud.

Erupted with laughter.

2. That’s pretty funny.

That guy got ’em with a zinger!

3. What a great movie.

It never gets old!

4. The Sixth Sense.

There goes the popcorn!

5. Hahahaha. Hilarious. 

Ritalin should cure her head from spinning around, right?

6. Didn’t realize it was a musical.

Do your research!

7. The books are awesome.

And so are the movies!

8. Burst into tears.

Wonder Woman to the rescue!

9. What do you think you’re doing?!?!

People got fired up!

10. The place erupted.

What a great flick!

11. A classic piece of cinema!

Right? Right?!?!

12. Horrified silence.

Followed by…this…

Now we’d like to hear from you.

Do you remember your favorite memories from going to the movies?

Tell us your stories in the comments.

Please and thank you!

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Recreated Movie Scenes From a Very Creative Couple

Let me tell you, this is a ton of fun!

And we think it might inspire you to be very productive and creative during this never-ending quarantine that we find ourselves in right now.

Aylia Caulwell and her husband Dan have been spending their time recreating iconic scenes from movies and I think it’s safe to say that they’re doing a bang-up job.

Now, this is what I call “time well spent”.

Let’s take a look at some of their creations. Enjoy!

1. An excellent adventure!

Bill and Ted forever!

2. Home Alone.

Time to defend the house.

3. The famous shower scene.

Psycho is a masterpiece.

4. A little Lord of the Rings action.


5. Are you a Twilight fan?

Just admit it…

6. Jennifer Grey and Patrick Swayze.

Let’s get dirty!

7. Gotta go back in time!

A timeless classic!

8. Are you ready to dance?

I sure hope so!

9. A good one!

Have you seen this underrated gem?

10. The Matrix.

All kinds of action about to break loose.

11. Here’s lookin’ at you.

An old classic.

12. How to Train Your Dragon.

This is good.

13. Yes! Heeeeere’s Johnny!

I love the homemade axe.

14. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.

This one is all in the family.

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The fight for good has made some significant strides in these last few weeks. Breonna Taylor’s murder case has been reopened. They arrested all four officers responsible for the death of George Floyd, and upped the charges against his murderer. LA is redistributing $150 million from the LAPD budget to invest in communities of color. Marches have happened in all 50 states and around the world, pressuring our representatives to introduce legislative change. And all that happened because of the protests, the emails, the donations. But unfortunately the fight is far from over. Just yesterday, Georgia was rampantly suppressing the black vote claiming it was for the safety of voters due to the coronavirus, even though more and more businesses are opening around the country. It’s so frustrating that it’s so hard to get people in power to do the right thing. We elect them hoping they will take the responsibility. It is, after all, their jobs to do so. But it’s an imperfect (REALLY imperfect) system, and the way we fix it is by getting loud, donating, hitting the streets, making angry calls and sending angry emails, and never relenting. I have learned so much these last weeks. My privilege has shielded me from so many horrors – many of which were not even hidden. My eyes are being opened to the police brutality and the over funding crises and I’m mad as hell. But anger is exhausting. What we truly need right now is heart, integrity, and a fuckton of courage. So I hope this helps brighten your day, but never forget that the fight isn’t close to over. Now let’s start down that yellow brick road which hopefully leads to real racial equality. You can find a link in my bio with wonderful resources to help the cause.

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Those are pretty awesome, don’t you think? I told you this was a great way to spend your quarantine!

Now we’d like to hear from you.

In the comments, tell us what you’ve been up to during quarantine and fill us in on how you’ve been spending your time.

We look forward to hearing from you!

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Predictions We Got From Movies and TV in Thirteen “2020 as Told by” Memes

As 2020 grinds on, one thing we can all seem to agree on is that it’s been UGLY. And SAD. Not to mention very difficult for a lot of people out there.

But did we see it coming?

Some folks sure seem to think so, and here’s the proof: the “2020 as Told By” memes.

It looks like movies and TV shows might’ve had a bit of impressive foresight into how crazy this year was going to be.

So maybe it would do us all a lot of good to pay close attention to movies and TV shows so we can predict what pitfalls we’ll experience in 2021.

Enjoy these memes…and try to stay positive!

1. As told by Marvel.

Did you see this coming?

2. Up Schitt’s Creek.

We should have listened!

3. I guess it’s not always sunny…

They were right!

4. Of course they got it right.

Mulder and Scully for the win!

5. Good luck with that.

Parks and Rec was right…

6. “That was boring…”.

You have no idea.

7. Time to mask up!

Hey, it looks good on you!

8. This is pretty good.

They nailed it!

9. Doom. Indeed.

All doom, all the time.

10. Mamma Mia!

Who says musicals can’t be prophetic?

11. A flu virus…

Also, Earth is cancelled.

12. As told by Mr. Woodhouse.

Next time, listen to this guy.

13. Listen to John.

All the hits and more.

Those are hilarious! Don’t you think so?!?!

Have you seen any other good “2020 as Told By” memes?

If so, please share them with us in the comments!

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This Married Couple Recreates Movie and TV Scenes and the Results Are Great

If you need some inspiration about how to keep yourself busy during this lengthy lockdown, look no further than a woman named Aylia Caulwell.

Caulwell and her husband Dan have spent a good deal of their quarantine time recreating memorable scenes from movies and TV shows and I think you’ll agree with us that these interpretations are totally spot-on!

In other words, these two did a great job!

Let’s take a look at some of their handiwork.

We think you’ll be impressed!

1. Scully and Mulder.

They’re here to solve some mysteries.

2. She nailed the Patrick Stewart look.

Space…the final frontier…

3. Definitely an iconic movie.

This one is really good.

4. Black Swan.

Now, that is a creepy movie.

5. I’ll be back.

I need to revisit this one soon.

6. The ship’s going down.

But my love will go on!

7. Breaking Bad.

All kinds of shady stuff going on here.

8. Save me, Spider-Man!

He won’t let you down!

9. This is very cool.

And it should please all the Star Wars fans out there.

10. A Star is Born.

I can already hear the singing.

11. A very important TV show.

Do you remember getting Lost?

12. Be sure to get the ring!

You can’t lose that thing.

13. Excellent! Totally excellent!

I can’t wait for the new Bill & Ted movie!

Aren’t those photos awesome?

I think they nailed it!

Tell us what you think about their photos in the comments.

What other movies and TV shows would you like to see these two recreate?

Talk to us in the comments!

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