Celebrities - believe it or not, they're just like us.
People have taken to Twitter to share their most everyday and painstakingly boring celebrity encounters - and the stories are so good.
This came about after Twitter user @johnmoe prompted other users to share with a simple tweet.
Your most boring, mundane, inconsequential celebrity encounter. Go!— John Moe (@johnmoe) April 27, 2018
So far the results have been AMAZING.
I talked to Martin Freeman for about 15 minutes in a queue in the dry cleaners because i recognised him and thought he played hockey with my brother. He chatted the whole time and never once let on who he was. https://t.co/ViLzKSJo5a— Laura Shepherd-Robinson (@LauraSRobinson) April 29, 2018
Sarah Michelle Gellar asking me how to connect to the WiFi on her iPad at Coffee Commissary https://t.co/Wb7mlsBEqG— Ira Madison III (@ira) April 29, 2018
I asked Winona Ryder where the bathroom was, and she very kindly said it was “down the hall.” https://t.co/1eHsOP9Pgx— Meaghan (@meaghang) April 29, 2018
Tom Selleck came into the candy store I worked in to buy a milkshake and I said “you’re tall” and he said “your hair’s pink” then he left https://t.co/7K7aQkAbqH— Kate Leth 🦇✨🌈 (@kateleth) April 29, 2018
I was in line behind one of the Backstreet Boys at an airport McDonald’s and he asked me if 20 was too many nuggets. https://t.co/9t9Vk0P6FG— Akilah Hughes (@AkilahObviously) April 29, 2018
I once asked a random guy for directions. He turned around. It was Will Ferrell. He gave me directions. They were correct. https://t.co/hG3Zppd7cH— Kumail Nanjiani (@kumailn) April 29, 2018
It's always nice to know that there isn't always THAT much separating the little guys with the rich and famous.
Let us know if you have any boring celeb encounters of your own!