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NBA Fans Are Losing It Over This Misshaped Tomato

NBA Fans Are Losing It Over This Misshaped Tomato

This picture of a tomato has sent social media into a frenzy.

You may be asking why? Well, the simple answer is because the tomato looks exactly like Larry Bird.

The Boston Celtics legend has been savaged by Twitter users who are comparing his facial features to the bizarrely-shaped fruit.

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Larry Bird (right) has been stitched up massively. Credit: PA
Larry Bird (right) has been stitched up massively. Credit: PA

Images of the warped tomato appeared online, but it wasn't long before eagle-eyed NBA fans made some staggering observations.

And to be fair, the similarities are stark.

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Unfortunately for the NBA hall of famer, his name instantly began trending on social media when eager fans cut up some artwork of the tomato and Bird's head side by side.

And, of course, social media had an absolute field day with different hilarious variations of the gag.

Poor Birdman.

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Featured Image Credit: Twitter/bingowings14

Topics: Viral, Basketball, NBA, Social Media, Twitter, Australia

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