Everybody wants to get in shape these days, and for good reason. It makes you healthier and happier on top of improving cognitive abilities and quality of sleep. Ask anyone. Well, anyone but the guy in this picture. There are lots of people out there who say they know the goods on how to drop fat and build muscle, including this guy.
But, it turns out he isn’t interested in letting us know, especially since it seems like “Outside Magazine” used his picture without his permission. Still, he is in good shape, so a triathlon is probably a good choice.
Maybe It's a Nickname
Art theft is a pretty big problem on the internet. It's just way too easy and way too tempting to just copy something you find online randomly and post it to social media. If there isn't any attribution on the image itself (and even if there is) it will be shared over and over again with attribution.
Or, as this person has done, claim the credit for themselves. One quick friend did the proper googling and pointed out the problem. Sorry, Rebecca, but you just got called out. Next time either draw the thing yourself or don't post the darn picture.
Looks Like You Forgot Something
This guy has been working on his body, but anybody who has actually gotten six-pack abs (or seen one in real life, for that matter) thinks the picture is laughable. Getting shredded – such as the original poster is trying to say – is legitimate hard work and takes a lot of time and dedication.
More than the week he said it took him. The only thing that took a week to complete here is the Photoshop 101 course he probably slept through. The conversation goes back and forth, with nobody really buying it...and then someone points out his belly button has disappeared. Slam dunk.
Not so much of a social media post, this lie documented in a screenshot is just too good to be left out. Dry, lifeless conversation aside, this picture includes a big no-no when it comes to relationships: lying. Babe number one wants to know what babe number two is up to.
Babe number two is about to hit the hay, but babe number one knows the truth. Who answers a question like this – supposedly between romantic partners – and ends it with “and you?”? If this interaction is real, well done to babe number one, but it seems pretty plotted to us.
Not So Great
“The Great Gatsby” has become a little more popular in the last decade, despite being written almost a full century ago. This fun Facebook interaction shows us that even if you are able to make fun of someone for something, that does not mean someone wouldn't throw it right back in your face.
Yes, the person making fun of others for having read the book hadn't actually read the book. Then again, he didn't say he had. Not explicitly anyway. He just said if you have you aren't special because it's something everybody does in high school, which he attended.