Right, where to start with this one?
So, an art school in Albany, New York has a secret shrine inside one of its bathrooms to Danny DeVito. Yes, you read that correctly - a cavernous shrine, hidden behind a toilet-paper dispenser, to comedic actor Danny DeVito from 'Taxi' or 'IASIP' depending on your age.
Still don't believe us? Wouldn't blame you, to be honest. Here's video proof of its existence.
As you'd expect, something like this in unique in the world and the video and the shrine's very existence went viral in a matter of days. So much so, in fact, that it reached Danny DeVito and was only too happy to acknowledge it.
It's a trash shrine, like. Imagine being that beloved by people that they make you a trash shrine.
"Your shrine honors me," said DeVito in a tweet posted last night on his own account. "My heart is filled with love and garbage. Tomorrow, as you may know, is my name day. Do something that makes you feel good. Above all be kind to each other. Pick up trash, recycle, and be aware of plastics in the ocean."
Your shrine honors me. My heart is filled with love and garbage.Tomorrow, as you may know, is my name day. Do something that makes you feel good. Above all be kind to each other. Pick up trash, recycle, and be aware of plastics in the ocean. https://t.co/UER6uZY886
— Danny DeVito (@DannyDeVito) November 16, 2018
Well, that's a wholesome message we can all get behind. That it sprung forth from a trash shrine is of no concern, folks. Protect the environment and all that.