Celebrities always talk about how difficult their lives are because — between having all the money, accessand success in the world, and between stepping off private jets and making human pyramids with models — they have to take pictures with people on the street sometimes.
Now, yeah, of course, it must be surreal and very annoying tobe famous enough that everywhere you go literally every person stares at you and tries to pretend he or she isn’t taking a picture of you.
But you know what’s worse? Having all that happen and you’re not even the person those peoplethink you are.
Ty Jones, a 21-year-old from Manchester, is Ed Sheeran’s doppelgnger, and he says the resemblance is ruining his love life.
Apparently, everyone thinking you’re Ed Sheeran all the time, when you’re actually not Ed Sheeran, is the worst.
He says ex-girlfriends of his hated all the attention he got for being a person whom he is not, and now, he can never tell if girls actually like him.
Ty Jones reportedly said,
It’s made my relationships worse I’d say because now I have to weigh up if they like me for me or are they just interested in me because I’m the next best thing to Ed if they really like him.
I mean, yeah, if I met a womanwho looked identical to young Diane Keaton (or old Diane Keaton), I would date the living sh*t out of her in a second. Side note:How is “the living sh*t” an expression people just use? I can literally imaginenothing more frightening (movie idea note: “Night of the Living Sh*t”).
But I’m pretty sure I’d be dating my Diane Keaton doppelgnger because she was, like, very pretty and/or aristocratically old.
I guess Ed Sheeran just isn’t as hot, as young or as old as Diane Keaton.
PS. If you young nerds don’t know whom Diane Keaton is and have been confused by this whole weird joke I’m doing, here:
As I’ve said a thousand times already, she’s also dope as an old person.