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Celebrities Sharing Awkward #PuberMe Middle School Photos Is the Best Thing

And it's for a good cause

Liam Mathews

Stephen Colbert and Nick Kroll have teamed up to raise funds for hurricane relief efforts in Puerto Rico in the most hilarious way.

Kroll started a hashtag called #PuberMe where celebrities share awkward adolescent photos of themselves as a means of promoting his middle school-set animated Netflix comedy Big Mouth. And then the Late Show host gave the hashtag an altruistic boost by pledging to donate profits from his Americone Dream ice cream to help Puerto Rico for every #PuberMe tweet.

Celebrities jumped in and shared some truly hilarious throwbacks.

Review's Andy Daly looked like '70s rocker Warren Zevon when he was a kid.

Here's a twofer.

Kroll's Oh Hello partner and Big Mouth co-star John Mulaney shared a really good one.

Seriously, though, why is Robert Buckley from iZombie's shirt so big?

Here are some ways you can donate to recovery efforts in Puerto Rico, even if you're not a celebrity.

Big Mouth is streaming on Netflix now.

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