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Gemelo de “Zack y Cody” sube a Instagram a curiosos que lo paparazzean en la calle

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“The Suite Life of Zack and Cody”, más conocida como “Zack y Cody: Gemelos en Acción” en latino américa, fue una popular serie de televisión de Disney Channel que tuvo gran éxito.

La producción fue emitida entre 2005 y 2008, y contó con la participación de los recordados hermanos Dylan y Cole Sprouse.

La notoriedad que alcanzó el programa les permitió estar nominados a los Premios Emmy como “Mejor Coreografía”, además de alcanzar dos nominaciones como “Mejor Programa Infantil”

Esto llevó a los creadores a realizar un spin-off llamado “Zack y Cody, Gemelos a Bordo”



Cuenta de Instagram bastante especial

Hoy en día tienen 23 años, y viven en Nueva York. Ambos comparten regularmente sus fotografías en las redes sociales, en especial Cole, quién de hecho tiene tres cuentas en Instagram.

Lo llamativo, es que una de ellas la utiliza para subir imágenes de aquellas personas que lo fotografían secretamente.

Dicho de otro modo, se adelanta a los curiosos que intentan tomarle una foto y comparte estas imágenes en la web.

“Comer en público es peligroso cuando mi hermano y yo estamos juntos”, escribió en la siguiente fotografía, en donde se puede ver como, de manera disimulada, una chica intenta fotografiarlo.

Eating in public is dangerous when my brother and I are together, mostly because duels are a constant occurrence. Have you ever had a photo taken of you while you were #UvulaDeep in a shake shack burger? No? Well it's #Lovecraftian, and it's something you inherently want to keep out of the private albums of kids with wayyyy too much liberty on #WorldWideWeb. This was the setting of our present duel. Female Zack and Cody here were trying to pull the ol' "casual selfie" technique, one that frames their target in the background of an otherwise Michelin portrait of one's many chins. I'll admit I always feel a bit guilt ridden when dueling children–it's a tad dubious to take the life of a child for social currency. #ItWillEventuallyBecomeNormalThough. They shot, I shot first. And while her back is turned, I'm sure the mother's maternal instincts had alerted her to her childrens' demise. #cameraduels #LittleDutchChildren #TheHaircutTranscendsGenerationGaps #pattyportraiture

Una foto publicada por Cole Sprouse (@camera_duels) el

En la próxima fotografía se puede ver cómo una mujer, vestida de blanco, le toma una foto con su celular. Ella piensa que no ha sido sorprendida, sin embargo terminó siendo parte de la colección de curiosos de Cole.

A blinding flash. Quick blur. Momentary desperation. Primal cooing. Inevitable defeat. Temporary victory. Ahh yes, I know this ritual well. Is it wartime atrocity? Nay, tis a #cameraduel. The subway is a photographic operating theater, and I am the cold body upon the table. So many shots lay unused within my library, that I intentionally avoid posting many of them. This one, this one however. This one is different. The holiday spirit is in full form. There, behind sad dad and the ghost of Christmas past, a duel was stewing. A young woman pulled the number1 #rookiemistake: flash. So excited was I, that I blurred the shot. Yes fair people, even pros are prone. Fear not, the bright light of shame shines through, and the flash is still visible. Unfortunately, the only real illumination was upon her characteristic frown of embarrassed defeat. #HeKnowsWhenYouveBeenBadOrGood #ColeInYourStocking

Una foto publicada por Cole Sprouse (@camera_duels) el

Ni siquiera en el avión se salva de los “paparazzis”

Not but 30 seconds after arriving on the plane, a quick glance to my right revealed this seafoam sapiens breathing heavily and scrambling for her phone. Little lady must've thought, just because her phone matched her shirt, that I wouldn't detect her desperate photos. Firstly, my vision is based on fear, and I saw you right away. Second, nay. The victim: @tater_tots15 claimed it was a "tie." Her innocent account name perfectly reflects how violently she lost. She posted a picture of our duel, in which my debonair gait and relaxed posture so too reflects how prepared I was for her ludicrous display of #AeronauticArseholery. My Cheshire grin must have scared the other passengers, and I was quickly escorted off the plane for being #TooDamnBomb #cameraduels

Una foto publicada por Cole Sprouse (@camera_duels) el

Tampoco puede tomar un café tranquilo

#cameraduels #camera_duels #TheElusivePink #SuccubineGiggling . Usually the first signs of a duel, there are tell-tale environmental cues to alert one that a battle has started. First comes the wheezing, followed by a toyota giggle that would make the most stubborn of drivers switch lanes. Next comes the religious whispers -the plotting to go through with the sin. Then, the hiding of one's self, and finally the snap of the picture. LET ME TELL YOU HOW WELL I KNOW THIS PROCESS. I know it so well, i go through the all the steps before i go to bed at night. This girl might have succeeded if it weren't for her loudly colored, pink iphone case. The slow, awkward lean behind your mother didn't hide your defeat. #IFeedOnLoss

Una foto publicada por Cole Sprouse (@camera_duels) el

Algunas fans ni siquiera intentan disimular

"I just don't wanna be in the picture" she said, saddened by the fact that she was now collateral damage. Vengeance was the only thing on my mind, the lady's honor depended on it. I was in no mood for photos…I had a different kind of ammo for this. Sometimes a duel asks for a new kind of approach, and so a video was appropriate. The poor duelist signaled game on by screaming a whisper into her companion's face. This was shortly followed by a giggle, one that was enough to make a hyena jealous. The male companion grabbed his floppy hat and smiled nervously. This is when she fired the first couple shots. Thankfully (and "unfortunately" if we're being politically correct) the crowded subway goers took the shots for me. Necessary casualties. Now is when the video began, panic already sewn through the entire car with multiple people's photos already taken. Let the duelists' final expressions tell you who won. #cameraduels #SubwayShowdown #streetfighter #video #ManyFramesOfShame ______________________________ Also, I started another Instagram account: @sprousemasterworks Lets just say it's dedicated to the drawn art pieces from the sprouse fanbase. If you like camera_duels, you'll enjoy it. Or maybe you won't, either way #IWillStillSleepAtNight #TLDR

Un vídeo publicado por Cole Sprouse (@camera_duels) el

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