Tom Hanks' Reaction To A Fan With A Woody Tattoo On His Stomach Basically Sums It All Up

Tom Hanks' Reaction To A Fan With A Woody Tattoo On His Stomach Basically Sums It All Up
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Tom Hanks, as you probably know, is the voice of Woody the toy cowboy in Disney/Pixar's Toy Story franchise.

For most of us millennials, Toy Story spans a significant part of our lives, with the first film coming out in 1995 and the most recent installment of the series due out on Friday, June 21st.

There are a lot of millennial feels tied up in Toy Story.


Understandably, some millennials have Toy Story inspired tattoos.





Well, one fan was really excited about Toy Story and decided to get Woody tattooed on his lower chest and upper stomach.

And Tom Hanks just happened to come across this man, and to take a selfie with him.

Tom Hanks looks wildly perplexed by this selfie with a stranger's torso he's taking.

And Tom Hanks' Twitter followers are understandably as perplexed.





How would you react if you met somebody who had the face of something that was so personal to you tattooed on a really weird part of their body?

Our guess is that you'd be making that face too.






Tom Hanks is returning for Toy Story 4, which, according to both Tim Allen (who voices Buzz Lightyear) and Hanks is "emotional" and "tough," which is CRAZY because have you SEEN Toy Story 3?!

Toy Story 3 (Ending Scene) So Long, Partnerwww.youtube.com

June 21st, bring the tissues.

Leave your weird stomach tattoos elsewhere.

If you're missing the original Buzz and Woody adventure, Toy Story is available here.

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