Just like we wake up every morning, not knowing what lies ahead, Twitter is also that unpredictable place where you can never guess what will be trending next.
After indulging in the ‘In Search Of Gold, We Lost Diamond’ Trend, people have now started imagining their grandparents as iconic people from back in time.
According to News18, this unique trend took over after a Twitter user tweeted a black and white picture of Hollywood actors Keira Knightley and Cillian Murphy and joked that the stars were their grandparents.
And since then, people have been sharing greyscale pictures of iconic stars and calling them their forerunner in some really funny moments.
my great grandmother catching her neighbor having an affair in 1957. pic.twitter.com/AXrhVj3KCN
— urnust🇬🇭🕊 (@nervoushoe) April 7, 2021
my great great grandmother discovering a ghost in the 1900's pic.twitter.com/2yEzbA6j2z
— gabby ♡ (@glaatinaaa) April 7, 2021
My great grandmother fighting for her life after the Titanic sunk (1914) pic.twitter.com/yTl0qXldmz
— yashay. (@SinghYashay) April 7, 2021
my great grandmother celebrating her birthday in 1935 pic.twitter.com/d8wGznxw8K
— Bridget (Reality Reacts) (@realityreacts) April 7, 2021
My grandmother, styling her hair before going to poison Abacha in 1998 pic.twitter.com/7yfzzmBfsF
— For Fags Sake!🌈 #RepealSSMPA (@vicw0nder) April 6, 2021
my grandfather inventing tennis in 1873 pic.twitter.com/bkpEd6Jp8o
— ً (@rogerdilferer) April 7, 2021
My great grandma off to church in Barbados, 1893 pic.twitter.com/0rXMGr0Tvo
— marcus (@marcusjdl) April 3, 2021
Well, desis also jumped onto the bandwagon and imagined celebrities as their ancestors. Take a look:
my enslaved grandmother standing up for her freedom (1933)✊🏼 pic.twitter.com/SidBGi62Db
— 𝖉 𝖊 𝖛 𝖆 𝖗 𝖘 𝖍 𝖎 🧋 (@dumhoex) April 7, 2021
My grandfather with his Tesla in 1963 pic.twitter.com/ykGAJM7CYo
— Astronaut 👨🚀 (@shibhhuu) April 5, 2021
my grandmother calling everyone to attend her salangai pooja back in 1940 pic.twitter.com/UJEtvmxi1t
— toyota minnesota (@omgitsthiv) April 7, 2021
— MANGOBRIYANI (@dasxtej) April 7, 2021
yeh meri grandmother hain, yay unkay dost hain aur yay pawrtition ho rahi hai circa 1947 pic.twitter.com/bTH98ng888
— Ishaan Nandkishore Awasthi (@chittakukkarr) April 7, 2021
my great grandma hanging out with her British friend in pre-partition India pic.twitter.com/RyUIcZpzLz
— detective pikachu (@maaaallika) April 5, 2021
my grandparents enjoying a Diwali party as newly weds, 1970 pic.twitter.com/lIdf1x5lHv
— meera (but like, the online version) (@TwoTweetsNotice) April 3, 2021
my great grandmother working out at the first gym allowed for women (1952) pic.twitter.com/hlzrHcZKS2
— شركة شر أبو الأشرار (@zeldasbaby) April 6, 2021
Looks like everyone on Twitter suddenly realized how famous their grandparents are. LMFAO!