Macaulay Culkin wears a T-shirt of Ryan Gosling wearing a T-shirt of Macaulay Culkin
The Home Alone actor takes 90s nostalgia to great new heights
Macaulay Culkin took the whole ironically wear a T-shirt of a pop culture star thing to new levels in his latest Twitter pic, donning one that featured a photo of Ryan Gosling wearing a T-shirt of him in his Home Alone days.
Culkin was obviously keen to draw attention to the fact that the most lusted-after man on the planet wears his image as a fashion symbol, and donned a pair of shades similar to the Drive actor's to complete the look.
It's possible he was trying to draw attention to their similarities as child acting stars, but more likely he was just being mega ironic dude. Culkin's new band is caked in it after all, being named Pizza Underground after the 60s band Velvet Underground and New York's resurgent hip snack.
Now it's over to Patrick Stewart to wear a T-shirt of Macaulay Culkin wearing a T-shirt of Ryan Gosling wearing a T-shirt of Macaulay Culkin, then the Darth Vader parody account to wear a T-shirt of Patrick Stewart wearing a T-shirt of Macaulay Culkin wearing a T-shirt of Ryan Gosling wearing a T-shirt of Macaulay Culkin and kill off the joke once and for all.
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