The World Sucks, So Here’s a Bunch of Taika Waititi and Jeff Goldblum Being the Best Together

Look, the world is on fire. Just let us have this.

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Look, here is the easy way to put this: The world is a mess, and we all need a distraction, so that distraction is going to be tweets about how much we all love Taika Waititi and Jeff Goldblum—just two good dudes who love being around each other in extremely weird situations.

Part of our love comes from their dedication to their aesthetic. They couldn’t even stop posing for the 10-year Marvel picture, where everyone else is just sitting there, and then in the back corner, there’s Taika and Jeff, doing what they do.

More often than not, we see them in extremely weird situations—like with bubbles, because why not?—and sometimes our lives are saved by a simple picture of the two together.

Honestly, the world would be a better place if they were in love with each other and admitted it.

While we love Cary Fukunga, what if we let Taika take over Bond? Or what if they did it together? And also both played Bond?

Now, we all have our celebrity crushes for a reason. Whether we want to marry them or hang out with them, they’re there. And who wouldn’t want to play a board game with Taika?

Of course, my favorite moment between Taika Waititi and Jeff Goldblum was when we saw them just caressing each other.

But then again, maybe I just love Taika Waititi in pictures with my favorite boys, no matter who they may be.

At the end of the day though, we just want to see more of them both, because sometimes, you just need some Taika Waititi and Jeff Goldblum in your lives.

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