Don’t take pictures while you’re driving, kids. It’s not a good idea. Hopefully, this guy didn’t get into any accidents, but he definitely got hit on social media after he took a picture of his perfect hair day in the car and said he was stuck in traffic.
Unfortunately, his big sunglasses revealed the truth of the situation – he had an open road ahead. So let us get this straight, this dude is enjoying a good hair day, an open road, and what appears to be a nice shake in the cup holder (another truth revealed from the reflection in the sunglasses) and yet he chooses to whine about something that *didn’t* happen?
Real? Fake? Hard to Tell
This is the rare callout that could be true. The poster caught a kitten trying to get some yogurt, and then a commenter noted that there was an open container of yogurt on the floor. There are hints that this was staged – who leaves an open yogurt on the floor when they have a new kitten?
However, cats are known to knock things off surfaces just for funsies. Any cat owner knows better than to leave something fragile or delicate somewhere where their cat can reach. The benefit of the don't here is what if the kitten jumped onto the counter and dragged it off?
A Day in the Sun
We all need to take a day off once in a while. Lord knows we have been putting it off for way longer than we should. Some of us specifically need to get away from social media, like this guy. He went into the middle of a field and took a pic of himself, pretending he was at the beach.
Of course, you can't see any sand or surfers in his pic, so it's not like this was going to fool anybody anyway. The thing is, though, that whatever meadow he wandered off to seems like a beautiful, Instagrammable location anyway. Reality can be cool too, bro. Just look around.
Taking a Crack at Black
We have to admit, that's a pretty cool picture, but it obviously isn't real. The poster was trying to make some kind of statement and show something off, but most people would pick up on the trickery even before the real picture showed up. Yeah, it's kind of a fun look for the lion, but it still isn't real.
Melanism, however, is a real thing that sometimes occurs in nature. You can think about it as the opposite of albinism, which is demonstrated by little or no pigments on one's body. Bagheera, the black leopard from "The Jungle Book," is actually a leopard with melanism!
A Paltry Painting Post Doesn't Pass
A guy posts a picture of himself, saying it was painted by a female friend of his. What talent. What skill. We can't really say for certain if this picture was or wasn't painted, but there's a pretty good chance it wasn't since it's really just a selfie with one (or several) filters thrown on it.
It might have happened in the earlier days of Instagram before filters got big, but now it's just too obvious. No shame in posting selfies, man. You don't need to have an excuse for feeling yourself next time you want to share your face on social media.