WorldA New Japanese Meme Involves People Comparing Baby's Arms To BreadThe new Japanese meme, fresh out the oven.By by Rachael KrishnaBuzzFeed News Reporter and by Takumi Harimaya播磨谷拓巳 BuzzFeed News Reporter, JapanPosted on April 15, 2016, 10:36 amTwitterFacebookLink Parents on Japanese social media are comparing their babies to a popular snack bread. Twitter: @nzsk_syo Twitter: @chibachogori "Is this it?" People started using the hashtag #我が子の最強ちぎりパン画像 or #MyBaby’sGotTheBestBreadPhoto. Twitter: @nj_jun "This is the best hashtag lol." Twitter: @hinana1126 The snack is a popular "pull-apart bread" available in Japanese 7-Eleven stores. Twitter: @schwarzeKatze84 "I created a tag, hope everyone else will take a look at it.Am I the only one who feel that this will become the greatest tag?" Twitter: @whiteriver0330 The hashtag began after one parent noticed the similarity between the food and her child's arms. Twitter: @sn15papa Twitter: @NorikoNiizuma "My second child’s bread, 100 days old." The trend follows in the time-honored tradition of Japanese social media users comparing their children to food, whether that be rice balls or mochi. Twitter: @echo00voice "So plump…want to touch this all day long." Twitter: @_AP1_ "This tag is such a solace! I couldn’t help to post the photo from last year!" Honestly, the best part of having a baby must be showing off how cute they are on social media. Twitter: @ysaksmz "I must participate in this!" This article originally appeared on BuzzFeed Japan. Rachael Krishna is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London. Contact Rachael Krishna at firstname.lastname@example.org.Got a confidential tip? Submit it hereContact Takumi Harimaya at email@example.com.