I think I would be frightened if I ever saw Antony Hopkins on a bus, at night. If I ever saw him, with his eyes closed, and in grandma’s clothes – I’d lose it. Why am I talking about Antony Hopkins on a bus, in women’s clothes? You’ll see.

There is a nice Facebook page named Slavorum. You’ll find anything and everything, concerning Slavs, there. Articles that help you explore the Slavic world. But also funny images and memes.

This time, it’s a special one. It is a collection, of 20 ordinary slavic people, just minding their own business, looking frighteningly alike, well known celebrities. Like aforementioned Antony Hopkins, Daniel Radcliffe, Angelina Jolie and many, many more. Enjoy!

 

Angelina Jolie?

Angelina Jolie?

Anthony Hopkins???

Anthony Hopkins???

Donald Trump???

Donald Trump???

Bruce Willis

Bruce Willis

Cara Delevingne?

Cara Delevingne?

Ron Weasley?

Ron Weasley?

Dr. Gregory House

Dr. Gregory House

Emilia Clark?

Emilia Clark?

Megan Fox Or Just A Girl From The Street?

Megan Fox Or Just A Girl From The Street?

Julia Stiles? Error!

Julia Stiles? Error!

This Is The Cosplay Of Xenia Shelkovskaya, But One Person, Right?d

This Is The Cosplay Of Xenia Shelkovskaya, But One Person, Right?d

You are a wizard, Sergei

Hello Harry Potter

Amy Winehouse? Nope!

Amy Winehouse? Nope!

Jennifer Lawrence?

Jennifer Lawrence?

Justin Bieber Or Just A Guy?

Justin Bieber Or Just A Guy?

Transporter

Transporter

Leonardo???? 😮

Leonardo???? 😮

Sasha, Is That You?

Sasha, Is That You?

John Snow Or Not?

John Snow Or Not?

Nicole Kidman Or Not?

Nicole Kidman Or Not?

“We started as a tourist-focused website, but instead of just showing the tourist locations we wanted to show our humorous spirit, our culture and our daily struggles we live by all in a light-hearted and fun way,” Slavorum told Bored Panda about their mission. “The humorous approach not only attracted Slavic people who happily share witty humor and satire, but also a wide number of foreigners that welcome it as a un-censored and colorful window into vivid life of Eastern/Central Europe.”

 

“The funny thing is that in the end, many foreign people recognize themselves in these Slavic mini-stories, so lately we have people from all over the world being our becoming our biggest fans and observing cultural and other similarities between Slavic and their cultures.”

 

 

 

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