In an attempt to blend in, Twitter users are getting their own faces printed on masks to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. However, things aren't exactly going according to plan.
Cameron Mattis from New York snapped a photo of his latest purchase: a mask custom-made to look like the lower half of his face. Unfortunately, the photo used was 20% too large.
The tweet featuring Mattis' hilarious mishap quickly gained traction, amassing a number of similar responses from people who had attempted (and failed) to do the same thing.
To make the act of wearing a face mask slightly less unpleasant, some companies have offered customers the chance to purchase ones with a custom design.
In response to Mattis' tweet, fellow Twitter user Jamie Emerson from Charlotte, North Carolina replied with a photo of her "epic fail" face mask.
Dozens of Twitter users banded together to share their hilarious face mask fails. In the end, the masks do what they're supposed to—the decoration is just an added bonus.