A photo set of what appears to be a listing on Zara's website for jeans is currently going viral. Why? Well, in between the posed stance and lack of a model, the internet thinks that they're being modeled by "ghosts."
As first noticed by The Daily Mail, the "invisible man" jeans started going viral after Twitter user @GrrlGhost tweeted out the pictures, alongside the caption, "LMAO, why have Zara decided to model jeans like this?"
Lmao why have Zara decided to model jeans like this pic.twitter.com/xWhOxmMvB4— sneaky dogfriend (@GrrlGhost) January 19, 2020
And while the jeans are currently modeled by actual people on the retailer's website, that hasn't stopped the internet from making endless jokes and comparisons to various trousers that have appeared in everything from Jimmy Neutron to Dr. Seuss's The Pale Green Pants.
I’ve seen this episode of jimmy neutron pic.twitter.com/5GzeltPuwm— Gut’s Right Eye (@skates_tbh) January 20, 2020
"Times are so hard at Zara they've had to employ Charlie Chaplin's ghost to model for them," as one person responded, while another referenced John Cena's stance by writing, "Say word John Cena is modelling for Zara."
Times are so hard at Zara they've had to employ Charlie Chaplin's ghost to model for them.— Daryl MacDonald (@MrDarylMac) January 19, 2020
Say word John Cena is modelling for Zara https://t.co/2NMgGFCY73— Ali (@theboymetro) January 20, 2020
Mostly though, people just seemed confused.
Zara actually got good items but their website is so shit imo and Wtf is this 🤣 https://t.co/vPs2DNEIvL— H (@14_HK_) January 20, 2020
That said, Zara has yet to comment on the meme. In the meantime though, check out what others are saying about the pants, below.
My man over there thinks you're cute.— craig gibbs (@cgibbsofficial) January 20, 2020
My man: pic.twitter.com/C5RPc7tNww
Zara jeans modeled by the invisible man https://t.co/GcyHH7HPy8— Gin ‘n’ Jools (@JulianChanco) January 20, 2020
Good to see my dad landed a modelling contract— ΜC (@MattChReport) January 20, 2020
Photo via Zara