Sure, it's a lot easier to buy directly from Apple, but some people just want a bargain, and they end up getting fake iPhones in the process. This was a lot more prevalent during the iPhone 4 and 5 days, but there are still some iPhone 6 knockoffs floating around too. Many of these fakes simply are simple loaded with small weights and then a light-up display that does absolutely nothing, but say "Low Battery". Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing why you simply cannot co-sleep with a baby.
Technology may be quickly advancing, but there are parents still figuring out what popular acronyms, like "IDK", "LY", and "TTYL", mean. Even when the person they've asked responds, things get even more confusing. Just this year alone, several thousand of these types of messages have gone viral online. Here are twenty-five of the funniest and strangest for your viewing enjoyment. Continue reading to see them all.
Before picking up a hard drive off eBay or other online sites for an exorbitantly low price (under $20), make sure you're getting the real deal, and not some fake case filled with weights. The same can be said for USB drives, as some sellers are trying to pass off microSD filled plastic cases as legitimate devices. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of Bulgaria's green cat.
What could be worse than parallel parking on a busy street? Apparently, any form of parallel parking for this person, who spent 15-minutes of going in and out of a space that would accommodate a larger-sized Ford pickup, all the while being filmed by some lads from an office building. Fortunately, the parking fiasco ends on a good note. Continue reading to see some of the worst drivers and their parking disasters.
If a police department is posting your mugshot on Facebook, it would probably be best to not comment on it. This person apparently didn't get the memo and proceeded to crack a joke, only to have a the police department respond back with something even wittier. Despite Facebook limiting the reach of your posts (businesses, friends and family alike), you'll still come across a few gems like this each week. Continue reading to see a few more.
Yes, that is a real headline...Bruno Brokken, 51, a Belgian photographer living in Catalonia, was taken to hospital in Spain after 400 gallons of water was dropped on him from a firefighting plane in a daring attempt at the "ice-bucket challenge". He was knocked to the ground unconscious after the plane being flown by a friend discharged its load of water above his head. Fortunately, Brokken made a full recovery after tests showed he had suffered no internal injuries. Continue reading for more weird headlines from this year.
The last thing you should be doing after receiving your brand new debit card is posting an image of it on Twitter, without covering up at least the first few numbers. Now this person took stupidity to a whole new level when they responded with the security code found on the back too, enabling anyone to use the card online, or even create a clone of it to use in stores. Continue reading for more stupid things that have happened online this year, so far...
When you need a picture digitally altered, the last place you'd want to go are online forums / message boards, social networks, and classified ad services (Craigslist). As you can see above, these people decided to ask random forum members to Photoshop their image, but ended up with disastrous results. However, if you actually paid a real graphic designer to do the job, all of these can probably be completed within 15-30 minutes. Click here to view the first image today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing instant karma for an iPhone thief.
Christmas gifts aren't the easiest to find for everyone you know, but there are still some things better left at the store, like these strange toy knockoffs. Above, we have one that is supposedly "Dark Rider Batman", but as everyone knows, that most certainly is not The Dark Knight, but rather a very poor knockoff of Spider-Man, complete with a creepy mask. Continue reading for more knockoffs that nobody wants for Christmas.
If you're a fan of Kelly Rowland, or just R&B music in general, here's one thing you might have missed from the singer's "Dilemma" music video, released in 2002. Notice in one scene where Rowland is texting someone, but gets angry when she doesn't receive a reply. Well, it turns out that she was using a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a real-life "Death Whistle".