Many things go viral online, but sometimes for all the wrong reasons, such as the fake Photoshopped Steven Spielberg with dinosaur image we featured a while back. Facebook users thought that the famed director had actually killed a prehistoric creature, but in reality, it was just a behind-the-scenes image from Jurassic Park. Continue reading for more strange and funny people who are not restoring faith to humanity.
Photographer Sandro Miller wanted to pay tribute to those who had inspired him. So, he called upon friend and famed actor John Malkovich to help him. This series, titled "Malkovich: Homage to Photographic Masters", recreates each frame faithfully capturing the original image's lighting, mood, and composition. Above, we have Dorothea Lange's "Migrant Mother", originall shot in Nipomo, California (1936). Continue reading for more.
To most people, this looks like yet another help wanted ad, but to a geek or nerd, it could be just a clever prank or something that might be worth spending a few minutes solving (if possible). That is just one of the many jokes that only a select group of people may find funny. For starters, you should never trust an atom, because...they make up everything. Continue reading for more.
Still trying to get your head out of weekend mode? This simple and geeky test might help get things moving in the right direction. The directions are pretty straightforward and only require that you complete each equation before moving onto the next. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of real frogs watching their favorite YouTube channel.
Technically speaking, a plot hole is an inconsistency in a movie's storyline that creates a paradox that can't be explained. These include such things as illogical or impossible events, as well as statements or events that contradict earlier events in the storyline. One example would be giving Darth Vader (Anakin Skywalker) the same last name as Luke, and then putting him on Alderaan. Continue reading for more.
Unless you're flying first class all the time, you're bound to encounter some bizarre sights in economy, also known as cattle class. For example, this person decided to do a handstand in their seat, or is an acrobat who can only sleep with their legs up in the air. Unfortunately, things only get stranger from there, and Instagram sensation "Passenger Shaming" has rounded up an interesting gallery for your viewing enjoyment. Continue reading to see them all.
Don't have a fork, but have other random utensils laying around? Tying a few toothpicks onto a plastic knife just might be your next best option. Or, if you couldn't afford prime seats at the ballgame, taking photos of the game through a pair of binoculars just might work. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the luckiest cyclist you'll see this year.
There are some things you read that really are puzzling to say the least, and these crazy, yet true, stories fall under that category. If you're not familiar with the Darwin Awards, they're basically a tongue-in-cheek honor, originating in Usenet newsgroup discussions circa 1985, recognizing individuals who have supposedly contributed to human evolution by self-selecting themselves out of the gene pool by their own actions. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of what goes on in the cabin of a plane when there's engine failure.
Going to the doctors isn't exactly the most exciting thing in the world, but sometimes, a simple conversation can make things real interesting, or so we'd like to think. Here are just a few things the doctors of Reddit have posted on the social media website. Click here to view the first image in this week's demotivational poster gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the coolest 8-year selfie you'll see today.
Last year, the internet trolls at 4chan tried to convince iPhone owners that iOS 7 would make your iPhone waterproof, with a professionally designed infographic. Now this year, they're trying to do the same, mainly targeting iPhone 6 users, using a fake technology called Apple Wave. They want users to believe that by placing iOS 8 devices in the microwave will near instantly charge them. Continue reading for the full internet thread showing how things went down.