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The internet can entertain itself with one single picture for literal days with no problem.

Though Jack Black certainly didn't help matters when he posted a complete trip of a photo on his personal Instagram.


The photo shows Jack with Guinness Beer foam in his beard, with an out of focus and swirly background.


Immediately, Reddit pounced:



And suddenly the image of Black was showing up in old movies:




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As various unrelated creatures:


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As other memes:


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The battle rages is still raging on Reddit, and includes a Got Milk? ad, Bruce Bogtrotter from Matilda, and Jack in the opening of Looney Tunes.

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