Every now and then you see something online that you can never truly wrap your head around.
Well an NBA star has the latest installment with an upload to his Instagram account that’s left the internet in a state of utter disbelief.
In a long career of creating photos that have dropped jaws across social media, Marjanovic delivered again with an upload of him holding a deck of Uno cards.
The 35-year-old Serbian has made a habit of making regular-sized things look minuscule, but the 52-deck of cards looked microscope in his gargantuan palm.
Social media users couldn’t quite believe what they were seeing as the image whipped around the internet like wildfire.
“Nah those got to be mini cards this is crazy,” one perplexed user wrote.
Another added: “This makes me uncomfortable.”
But not everyone was buying it with many calling out the Houston Rockets player for attempting to deceive his followers by holding a miniature deck of cards.
“These aren’t regular sized uno cards obviously. Boban has huge hands clearly but these are the world’s smallest uno cards,” one wrote in response to the image.
A second user added: “Those are definitely the mini travel cards.”
Despite the speculation surrounding the latest absurd image, there is no denying previous Marjanovic images that have caused a stir online.
The NBA journeyman left American actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth looking even more petite than her 1.5m frame.
He then gave football superstar Eden Hazard the same treatment when they crossed paths in America.
The former Real Madrid star, who stands 5-foot-9, was made to look like a human play thing when standing next to the basketball star affectionately referred to by fans as ‘The Kraken,’ ‘Frankenstein’s monster’ and ‘The Bobanator.’
Marjanovic’s cult hero status saw his career blossom off the court as he was cast as a villain assassin in the John Wick: Chapter 3 film featuring Keanu Reeves.
As many times as his frame has created headlines, Marjanovic’s most terrifying attribute has always been his ridiculous hands. He made global headlines in his first NBA season in 2015 as he shook hands with San Antonio Spurs broadcaster Andrew Monaco.
The live interview ended with Monaco’s hand being consumed by two giant earth-digging machines that appear to be connected to Marjanovic’s body.
Seriously, it’s like watching a mythical Kraken swallow a ship whole.