13 Thoughts I Had After Seeing Kylie Jenner's 'Madame Tussauds' Wax Figure

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Does anyone remember the 2005 hit horror film, House of Wax? If you do, then of course you know I'm using the term, hit film, ironically as it was complete and total cinematic trash. If you haven't seen it, I'll give you my best Ebert and Roeper review. I'm not going to do this straight from memory, ya'll. Wish me luck! It's been a long 12-years.

Basically a bunch of teens, including a young Paris Hilton in the starring role of, Paige find themselves stranded in a little podunk town after their car breaks down. I'm pretty sure they manage to find a mechanic (which is weird because the town is basically deserted) who is immediately sketch AF from the jump. But, as with all horror film victims, they're dumb and pretty and trust him anyway. I think he ends up being the dude who owns the out of business wax museum as well—that's not odd at all! The plot twist? Are you ready!? The wax figures in the museum are actually alive! That's all I remember, I'm sorry. So, why is this relevant?


Well, I was in bed the other night, perusing through Snapchat as I often do when [**Kylie Jenner posted a new snap**](http://www.fhm.com/tags/kylie-jenner-36854 "_self"). I open to see NOT ONE Kylie BUT TWO. I thought to myself in a panic, "That's it, they've really done it, they're officially cloning themselves and pretty soon, the end will really be here." Naturally, I was wrong. The double-Kylie-action was merely her Madame Tussauds wax figure, but that doesn't make it anything LESS terrifying. ##Exhibit A: ## Exhibit B:

My Thoughts:

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