Photoshop guru James Fridman is back at it again, and this time, he continues to troll Twitter users who send him requests. For example, the user above accidentally typed "pet" instead of "put", and was trolled accordingly, with his head plastered on a dog's body. Others include: cleaning a stone wall gone wrong, running from something scary, and lots more. Continue reading to see them all. Click here for a few bonus images.
Leonid Khan, a talented concept artist and illustrator from Kazakhstan, created a series of images depicting funny job interview situations at famous companies. For example, since IKEA is known for its DIY furniture, it would only be fitting for all employees, regardless of what position they're applying for, to assemble the chair they'll be sitting in. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny autocorrect texts gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of Rogue One: A Pixar Story.
When batteries are in use, people don't really wonder what they look like, which makes these "Fashion Batteries" a bit pointless, or so we think. Now if your using these batteries in a transparent device, it may be an entirely different story. Thanks to the internet, the demand for these types of oddities are ever increasing. Continue reading to see more things that probably shouldn't exist, but do.
There are some internet trolls that ask genuinely dumb questions to gain attention, while there are others who actually ponder things such as...having "plague" on their teeth. Now we can only hope that Verizon keeps Yahoo Answers after acquiring the internet giant for $5-billion, but if it were to ever shut down, internet users have amassed a massive collection of bizarre things people have actually asked on the site. Continue reading to see more. Click here for a few bonus Yahoo Answers.
Photographer Bryan Toll went above and beyond for his Halloween costume, and created a functional Nikon DSLR camera you can actually wear. "I spent at least 40 hours making it over many late nights, about $100 in cardboard, tape, rubber cement, plexiglass, and spray paint, and stuffed it with a few thousand dollars in camera equipment," said Toll. It may not be the first, but it's definitely one of the only to use an actual DSLR inside. Continue reading for pictures he took at a party and some of the build process.
Halloween may be just days away, but we're not quite sure if a short broom should ever be used as a windscreen wiper, despite how cool or unique it may look to some - especially since they can be bought new for under $8. Other examples of how not to fix a car, include: attaching a rear wiper to the muffler, using standard bandage to fix a scratch, injecting expanding foam like a madman, and lots more. Continue reading to see all the images. Click here to view a few bonus construction FAILS.
The Most Epic YouTube Videos Ever is a real book that probably shouldn't exist, but actually does. " This expertly curated collection celebrates the continuing creativity of YouTube posters with 150 top choices, complete with a QR code to send you right to the video. With everything from world-famous and global viral hits to less well-known greats, this is the perfect gift for YouTube fanatics or those new to the site," according to the product description page. Continue reading for more strangely useless things that actually exist. Click here for a few bonus images.
Dom is six-years-old, has a wild imagination, and loves doodling. All of his masterpieces are shared on Instagram, but not before his father / artist transforms them into bizarre real-life objects using Photoshop, like the strange car above. Other examples include: a shark, lion, lemur, cruise ship, and even a dinosaur. Let's just say that any child would be terrified at seeing some of them firsthand. Continue reading to see more. Click here for a few bonus images.
While the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has been permanently discontinued, and its previous owners offered a 50% discount on the Note 8, should they decide to go that route, companies are still looking for ways to cash in, with the latest being UNIQFIND. This smartphone accessory outlet has unveiled its latest product, called "EXPLO-SUNG", which is essentially an iPhone case and decal, modeled after an exploded handset. Continue reading for another picture of the front.
Photographers from around the world have captured small animals in sweaters that are gearing up for winter and submitted them to Bored Panda. They range from tiny hamsters to snails, and even a group of penguins. Now getting to wear them and stay still long enough is an entirely different story. Continue reading for more pictures. Click here for a few bonus images.