03/08/2013 01:07 pm ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

Was The Powerpuff Girls Home Inspired By The Villa In Jacques Tati's Film 'Mon Oncle'? (PHOTO)

Hint: It may take you back to your Saturday morning cartoon days.

We know these girls were made out of sugar, spice and everything nice, but their house may have been modeled after something less abstract. Reddit user Fairy Unicorn posted a photo juxtaposing a graphic of the Powerpuff Girls' iconic home against the Villa Arpel in Jacques Tati's film 'Mon Oncle' (1958). It goes without saying that the uncanny resemblance made us do a double-take.

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Photo by Fairy Unicorn

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