The Brief: The "Me In Reality Vs. Me As An Animation" Twitter trend consists of users sharing a photo of themselves and an animated character that look very similar to each other.
As of June 24, the “Me In Reality Vs. Me As An Animation” trend, also seen as “Me In Reality Vs. Me Animated,” began growing in popularity on Twitter. These tweets typically consists of two side-by-side images; the first being a selfie and the second being a close-resembling animated character.
The trend is primarily marked by Twitter users selecting photos of themselves with prominent features that are strikingly similar to that of various cartoons, anime, and other computer-generated characters, like Aladdin‘s Princess Jasmine, The Incredibles’ Baby Jack, Wreck It Ralph‘s Vanellope von Schweetz, and Futurama‘s Leela.
me in reality vs animation pic.twitter.com/pmW83bF0bu
— 111 (@SammmyWammmy_) June 24, 2020
— Subtronics (GOD LOVES UGLY) BLM (@Subtronics) June 24, 2020
Singer Kehlani hopped on the trend, too. Her photos received over 141,000 likes.
— Kehlani (@Kehlani) June 25, 2020
My son In reality vs animation pic.twitter.com/hVLlCysiq2
— Stacey (@Sttaacceeyyyyy) June 25, 2020
— shakira (@primakira) June 25, 2020
Me in reality vs me in animation pic.twitter.com/9JK343fwoT
— BLUNTS & BLONDES (@bluntsnblondes) June 25, 2020
Me in reality vs me animated.
*googles Latina cartoons with long hair & discusses with @nniemalfries which one I should pick! Lmao*
I hated La Cienega for being so mean to Penny ! 😭🥺 https://t.co/xiQFgf22l8 pic.twitter.com/pedc9jAxKP
— Johanna Savany (@alittlecupofjo) June 25, 2020
Me in reality vs animation 💀😭 pic.twitter.com/JuAQaCYMCr
— its ali (@ALIZANDRADIGGS) June 25, 2020
— ALISON WONDERLAND #blacklivesmatter (@awonderland) June 25, 2020
— Skylar スカイラー🔜EDM livestream fest (@EdgyWeebHypb3st) June 24, 2020
— Sully (@SullivanKing) June 24, 2020
— lil creature BLM (@wonkymf) June 23, 2020
me in reality vs my animated character i supposedly look like 🌝 pic.twitter.com/LCY2NsowLP
— ♡♘ (@daniemalss) June 25, 2020