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This Teen Drew Iconic Vines On Post-It Notes And People Are Obsessed

The drawings are so good that people say they can "hear" them.

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Jong told BuzzFeed News that while she was bored during the winter break, she started drawing Vines on sticky notes.

um ya girl is running a little low on sticky notes but i WILL KEEP GOING (tomorrow tho probably bc it's getting lat… https://t.co/ixjXfgCkYu

"I guess the idea to draw Vines themselves was because I wanted to practise getting out of my comfort zone of drawing portraits, which is what I usually do," she told BuzzFeed News.

"I found some sticky notes in my house which seemed like the perfect way to draw without taking myself too seriously."

Afterwards she posted them on Twitter as a thread, and they went really viral.

i'm rlly bored so here's a vine thread but as bad sticky note doodles

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The sketches are almost perfect copies of the original Vines.

idk but u know that glitter girl in the car

People recognised some of the most iconic Vines of all time, like "I never went to oovoo javer".

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And, "So you just gonna bring me a birthday gift on my birthday to my birthday party on my birthday with a birthday gift."

so you just gonna bring me a birthday gift on my birthday to my birthday party on my birthday with a birthday gift

"Ahh stop. I could've dropped my croissant."

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Her sketches have gone mega viral on Tumblr too with over 200,000 notes on one post.

"The reaction to my Vine doodles is insane to me. I had no idea people would like them so much, let alone even notice them," she told BuzzFeed News.

Twitter: @antoniodelotero

"The one word I can use to describe the feeling of going viral is overwhelming, in both good and bad ways," Jong said.

"The amount of support I have gotten and the number of people I'm making laugh is incredible, and I'm so happy about that."

She added: "However, I have never experienced this much attention in my life and it's quite stressful.

"Before this blew up I was able to interact with everyone who followed me online but now I can't keep up and that makes me kind of sad. I hope I can find a way to stay connected."