It’s a very frustrating feeling when you’ve invented something new and groundbreaking but discover later that it’s already been done. Just like when someone who has had a bit too much of the devil’s lettuce can think that bicycles with a motor could be cool, forgetting about the existence of motorbikes.
This invention for instance could have been a genius additive for food. Unfortunately, it wasn’t because of this fella. Someone thought it was necessary to put an end to this crazy sweet salt invention and show them a picture of a bag of sugar, or as this person puts it, “salt that is sweet that will flavor food sweetly.”
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.
Come On, Susan!
Dear Susan narrowly escaped some frightening lighting! Yikes! Just as well she made it home so she could snap this very professional and beautiful photograph of the skies. Wow, that picture looks so professional. It's like that image is so good, you could actually go online and buy it!
Which is apparently exactly where she got it. You can even get it printed on a pillow thanks to Stacy Fortson, the creator of this work! That'll teach you to present other people's work as your own, Susan. Also, what's the deal with the sharpened claws? Is that slang for manicure or is she also trying to get people to think she's a cat?
Life of the Party
If by VIP treatment they mean partying alone in the comfort of their own home then sure, we'll take it! That sounds like a jolly good time indeed, which will make anyone feel like they're treated well. But if you're online saying that you're partying up a storm when you're actually in bed watching "Modern Family" well, we're not about that!
The cringiest part of this post is the 'friend' (or family member, or roommate) that outed them publically on Facebook. Yikes. While it's not great to lie online, looks like this poster needed a little bit of a social boost. Sigh.