This article delves into the illusion of Instagram, highlighting how everything from appearance to life events is meticulously curated and manipulated.
From strange facial expressions to unexpected mishaps, these moments are sure to make you chuckle and appreciate the human side of the competition.
If you thought the subway people were bad, you better think twice, as these eccentric human beings are everywhere: in the streets, in your Walmarts, in your restaurants, and very soon, they’ll be in your nightmares.
Jarrod Grove took the worst photo of his wife Tegan and tattooed it on his body. Soon after that, the funny inked face went viral and became a meme.
When you’re a celebrity and you get your wax statue made, it’s almost like you’ve assured the fact that people will remember you long after you die. Sometimes however, such an immortalisation goes horribly wrong.
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Let’s face it: growing up sucks!
Some people joked around that any movie could be fixed if you put Mr. Bean in it, and one day, a brave young lad named Adam Picard used the forbidden technique of photoshopping Rowan Atkinson’s funny face in scenes and movie posters and created the “Kingdom of Bean.”
The downside of an economy is that sometimes it can go completely bonkers. Inflation has been at an all-time high in nearly all western countries, and the war in Ukraine isn’t helping at all.
Such urges are usually perceived as exaggerated stereotypical reactions to all the stuff going on inside one’s life, but for the most part, these random tweets and tiktoks are filled with sarcasm and are very relatable.