In a testament to the hilarity and long lifespan of Disney's epic imagery, Twitter users — evidently thirsty for a new viral meme — have been passing around an image of Mike Wazowski from the 2001 hit Monsters, Inc.
The Monsters, Inc. throwback scene features Wazowski singing in a performance of his play at his company's talent night, and people are pairing it with the age at which they first regurgitated a particular lyric. The song and lyric they choose is completely up to them and seems arbitrary yet oddly entertaining.
Check some out for yourself:
Regardless of the random nostalgia for music less than 20 years old, people seemed to enjoy it:
The lounge singer split screen image, a nod to the split screen sadness of yesteryear, has been making its rounds online and is being used to...well, we don't know exactly why it's being used but a split screen pic of Mike taking himself way too seriously always makes for a good chuckle.
Here's a clip of the legendary scene from Monsters, Inc.:
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