And the internet won't stop cheering.
No matter where you go, Jeff Goldblum somehow finds a way to pop up in the most unexpected places.
Twitter user Simon Reah was browsing through a thrift shop when he discovered that the randomly collected picture frames on the shelves were not filled with stock photos of catalog models making generic poses with babies and golden retrievers while dressed in bland formal wear.
No, no, no. These photo frames had something far more special living behind their glass. Each frame was filled with a photo of the one and only Jeff Goldblum.
Reah joked that once he realized that all of the frames had been thoroughly Goldblummed, he “bought 37 of them” on an impulse buy. Part of us really hopes it’s true. We would definitely understand.
Other Twitter users were just as delighted by the shop’s unique approach to selling frames.
And WIRED columnist Johnny Haeusler, in particular, could relate to the shop employee’s need to see Goldblum’s charming face everyday.
Reah did not disclose the location or name of the shop on Twitter, unfortunately. Some users have said it’s a Salvation Army in the land down under.
While it’s possible that another shop has done the same stunt, it should be noted that Reah lives in Pontcanna, Wales, and both Mashable and The Metro have cited the shop as being in the UK. It’s very possible Reah had traveled to Australia recently, but it’s slightly more likely that the shop is local.
Travel + Leisure has reached out for a confirmation on the shop’s location, so we can all enjoy a bit more Goldblum in our lives. Plus, who doesn’t need a good picture frame? Especially one you don't need a photo for.