Trend Alert: Take A Selfie Through A Toilet Roll Tube And You’ll Look Like The Moon

Welcome to the world of the internet. It is one of the most addictive places where you get to see weird and funny things every day. Someday it is people walking in pigeon shoes and the other day there are people shaking their heads to the phone to crack an optical puzzle.

But this time, we have something special and literally out of this world trend for you. This craze was started by Nathan Knight. He submitted an image of himself as the ‘moon’ to Twitter account @TwopTwips.

Nathan even explained how he achieved this incredible look. He wrote, “Convince people you are a moon by taking all your selfies through a toilet roll center.”

This trend is not subsiding anytime sooner as people are getting obsessed with this. Hundreds of social media posts are pouring in with people posting their images like the moon.

They are literally thrusting toilet humour into the stratosphere. They are posting images of themselves, their pets and so on. Some are really not getting the trend and asking for help.

Below are some of the funny posts. Have a look and let us know which one is your favourite in the comment section below.

#1. The moon is saying “Feed me.”

Source – Twitter

#2. Beautiful eyes!

Source – Twitter @MZAMOJO

#3. “Helen, for God’s sake will you stop looking at me through that pipe now? I’m literally in front of you…”

Source –

#4. 2019 Is Going To Be My Year

Source – Twitter

#5. Nice crescent moon…..Oh, never mind!

Source – icycitrusblast

#6. Moon blep

Susan Craner

#7. Pretttty Sure My Cats Gonna Kill Me In My Sleep 😛

Hollie Smith Morris

#8. This looks like the beginning of a Bond film LOL 😀


#9. Moon about to bite a chunk of Earth!

Garrett Ann Riley

#10. I gotta feeling he or she is judging me

Kathleen Merz

#11. Well, I guess I don’t’ wanna see the dark side of the pug

#12. This one is my favourite!  – “I don’t get it!!”

Janine Corbin


Source – Bored Panda

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Written by Anu Bansal