Some people make having a poppin-off Instagram account look easy. Selfie, post, bask in the adulation of your fans. Most of us, however, slave over the photo, the editing, the caption and the hashtag only to rake in a few likes and a couple comments from our closest friends and relatives. Le sigh. Life’s just not fair, and neither is Instagram.
For further proof of the universe’s imbalance, you need only look at some of the famous accounts featuring toys, plastic skeletons, and other inanimate objects that can’t possibly feel the satisfaction of, but still amass, thousands of likes per post.
Meet nine inanimate objects on Instagram that get more likes that you do.
Turns out Toy Story’s leading cowboy Woody has a pretty cool life when he’s not filming hit cartoon movies. He’s met Barack Obama, hung out on the Brooklyn Bridge and gone skiing in Switzerland.
Zara struck a chord with their blue and white checked mid-length coat, so much so that seemingly most of the world started wearing it. @thatcoat was started by a pair of sisters in the UK who noticed its prevalence and called for pics of others who also noticed it. Be honest, do you own one?
Skellie at @omgliterallydead spends time between Toronto and LA, and her account is always on point. She’s drink PSLs, parties at music festivals and has 266,000 followers eating up every moment.
Died, slept for 900 hours💤, and have finally been resurrected (currently functioning at 60% sobriety💁🏼). So happy me and the fam got to live our best lives at @wayhome this weekend!! IG stories may only last 24 hours but I’m gonna cherish these memories for at least 3 weeks! 💕🙌🏼🍔💜🎶#wayhome2017 #goestomusicfestivalonce #byeeeee #seeyounextyear
This lego twosome is legit #couplegoals. They galavant around the globe together and have been to more countries than most people probably ever will.
LA-based photographer Dan Marker-Moore has been singlehandedly trying to bring back the payphone with his account @payphones. Okay, so he doesn’t actually put money in them, but he does take beautiful pics.
Remember the Harambe Cheeto that somebody paid $10k for? Here’s a whole account dedicated to cheese curls — most posts are getting close to 2,000 likes each. This person must eat a lot of Cheetos…
Part menswear, part travel, part adventure, this account answers the question, “what does life on earth look like for a Stormtrooper?” Pretty freakin’ awesome, apparently.
. You drown not by falling into a river, but by staying submerged in it. Paulo Coelho. . Billie went looking for Eric. Somewhere out on the Isle of Skye. He follows Eric everywhere. Sometimes he isn’t sure why :). . #neverstopexploring #isleofskye #kayak #adventure #stormtrooper #haveyouseeneric @toyphotoawards #toyphotography
Justin Bieber has more social media talent in his left shoe than most people do in their entire body. We’re not joking. Just look at this account dedicated entirely to a Yeezy Bieber flung into the crowd at one of his shows.
People take their coffee routines seriously, but none more so than Josh Hara who draws an original comic on his coffee cup every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.