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People Are Losing It Over The Fact This Woman's Face Hilariously Resembles The Ride

"OK but why do I look like the fucking ride" is the story of all our lives.

Posted on October 4, 2016, at 3:14 p.m. ET

This is 22-year-old Christine Sydelko from Los Angeles. She's become a pretty well-known personality on Vine. Over the weekend, she decided to go to Disneyland for some low-key, wholesome fun.

Sydelko told BuzzFeed News she went on her favorite ride, the Bug's Life-themed Heimlich Chew Chew Train, and posed for a standard photo.

Christine Sydelko

"It's one of my favorite rides because it's so slow and he talks in a funny German accent," Christine said, laughing.

But when she looked at the photo afterward, she cracked up. "I immediately thought I looked like the ride, especially because my jacket was the same color blue and I was making the same face," she said. She then shared this realization on Twitter, where she has gotten over 100,000 retweets in 48 hours.

People agreed.

And were dying laughing over it.

A lot of folks viscerally and spiritually related to Sydelko's experience — like, in their souls.

And soon enough, her photo was immortalized. Someone interchanged their heads:

And their faces:

Sydelko said she really had no idea her "random" tweet was going to get this big. Someone sent her a version of the photo where she is everyone on the ride:

...and where the caterpillar's face starts taking over:

Twitter: @AbiatoAlo

"The photoshops are so funny," she said. "It amazes me that people have the time or skill to edit things like that."

People even began identifying the other personas on the ride/in the photo.

The tattooed guy sitting next to Sydelko in the photo got his own fandom.

They even managed to track that guy down.

To all of this, all I have to say is:

A BuzzFeed News investigation, in partnership with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, based on thousands of documents the government didn't want you to see.