Big Jacket Memes Are Coming To An Instagram Near You

The latest nugget of fun to enter your Instagram feed is the big-jacket meme.

@itsmaysmemes turned dapper street style hero Luka Sabbat into a Stay Puft Marshmallow Man wearing a jacket. Sabbat’s coats were resized to be comically ginormous by the mysterious account: a fleece piece was transformed into a woolly mammothโ€“like topper, a standard slicked blue puffer became the size of a parked car in the background, and a tailored coat with Quasimodo-style shoulders shrunk Sabbat’s handsome face to a tiny pinhead.

More info: Instagram (h/t: vogue)

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