The thing about life is that sometimes, in some places, things just present that are way too bizarre to be true. Know what I mean? No? Ok. For fifty seconds of cheap, mindless entertainment, fix your peepers on this set of lighthearted, funny pictures. Ah. Now I feel better. I do.
Francois Dourlen is a professor of history whose hobby in photography stretches nothing but the truth, especially when compared with the plenitude of facts he faces in his daily working life. His funny montaging of a picture within another began when he replaced a statue of Napoleon in Cherbourg with a picture of My Little Pony in his phone and took a picture.
At creative contest site Worth1000, photoshopping stars into classic paintings was a rather recent hot flavour of the month. These Photoshopped pictures are too cheeky — we especially love the one of Johannes Vermeer’s The Girl With a Pearl Earring getting the Scarlett Johansson treatment (she starred in the movie based on a novel named […]
Twaggies is a website that takes funny tweets from Twitter, and creates quirky visual interpretations from them. It was launched back in 2009 by editor and web producer David Israel. More than two dozen artists and illustrators have since teamed up to make the site what it is today.
The Olympics may have just passed, but that doesn’t mean we can’t be nostalgic immediately. Enter our fix: Buzzfeed’s fine roundup of pictures that show the athletes competing in synchronised swimming with somewhat synchronised faces that also manage to stretch the frontier of human facial expressions with nose plugs on at the same time. Yeah, we think we’re coping better with the separation anxiety now that we have these pictures.
Our friends over at the comedy website, Sad and Useless, have created a foolproof way to ‘help you to be a more socially acceptable alcoholic’ via your Facebook profile picture. We like. Of course.
You don’t have to be a skilled photographer to take the best snaps: some just appear out of absolutely nowhere. This site has collected together some of the funniest, cruelest, most alarming — yet completely spontaneous — photos circulating the web. Thank god for other people’s suffering!
Imagine finding this little guy in your garden. Carol Collen was tending to her garden when she noticed this oddly-shaped strawberry. The British mom couldn’t contain her laughter, so of course she showed her family and then immediately took photos to show her friends. Eventually, the funny pictures found their way onto the internet for […]
Beware NYC tourists, you may just find yourself staring at a naked butt the next time you venture out onto the streets. That’s because New Yorker Jeremy Levenbach is freeing his butt and snapping pictures of his rear end all over New York in his ‘Levenbutt‘ Instagram feed.
There’s an owl in the Netherlands who doesn’t like to land anywhere else but on top of people’s heads. It’s either your dream come true or your worst nightmare (if you check out the size of those talons).
You can’t escape technology these days – smartphones, smartwatches, smartglasses. But do we really need it all? Well yes, yes we do. And if you’ve got a baby on the way – or you’re a new parent – there’s a new piece of technology you must fight tooth and nail for: the Pacif-i. And yes, it’s just what it sounds like.
Oh, Dad. If only you knew you were Internet famous! Paired with the hashtag #BaeCaughtMePosing, pictures of dads at their most goofy have been uploaded to a very funny Instagram account called Fashion Dads. To get an idea of what the Instagram account is all about, just picture your dad and his favourite daggy outfit. Yeah, the whole account is full of these pictures.
All it took was a homemade rain machine and $20K in lighting equipment to transform everyday people into super athletes. Montreal-based photographer Benjamin Von Wong snapped these pictures after the company SmugMug wanted pictures of their employees ‘doing something sporty’ so they could place the photos in the company gym.
Think back to the weirdest moment in your life. Don’t you wish you had taken a photo of it? Well, depending on how weird it was, you’re probably kicking yourself that you didn’t snap a picture and post it on social media. Now, may that be a lesson for next time-always have your camera ready.
Selfies, in general, aren’t worth talking about, but when you have hundred-year old priceless works of art taking them, we just had to make an exception. Visiting the Crawford Art Gallery in Cork, Ireland, redditor ‘Jazus_ur_looking_well’ decided to let the exhibits take all the pictures. Positioning his smartphone near the hands of the statues, he made it look like they were taking selfies!