A girl rolls out of bed with “leftover makeup on” and finds her guy has left her something sweet. Boom. Her day is made, she gets a date, the two live happily ever after, and Starbucks funds the movie based on their love story. Keep those cuteness squeals inside, people, it’s a fake.
Just by right-clicking on an image and doing a reverse image search, someone found that the exact same picture is everywhere. It could be real, but that raises a number of interesting questions for the original guy who left it. Like the question if he ever got the girl he was after.
All Natural, She Says
All natural. No makeup. No filter. That's what the hashtags say. But this young lady's friends or fans aren't buying it. She says she just stepped out of the shower, but there is quite a lot of makeup that isn't really all that well hidden.
We might not be makeup experts, but even we know a thing or two. There's blush, eyeliner, false eyelashes, and if we aren't going crazy even some of those freckles look fake. On an even closer inspection, we realize the hair color isn't real either. That is a beautiful shade of purple but it was definitely put there digitally.
Don't Give Up the Grift
Every single one of us has had the thought to stand up from our desks and quit. Even if you work as a part-time mattress tester and part-time ice cream taste tester, it's still a job and it will have moments when you feel like punching someone over it. So, this person quit.
Usually, we wouldn't have a problem with that. It's just that here they tried to say he or she had been let go and was accepting donations during this trying time. This is called lying, and it's wrong. I guess sometimes we just have to say that out loud.
Cash Grab Squashed
One of the fun things Facebook lets you do is pick up a bit of cash by selling some of your old stuff. You can also find deals on things on the social network's Marketplace, but this person is getting ahead of themselves and auctioning this Colts blanket, which looks pretty cool if we're honest here.
He or she is going to start the bidding at four hundred big ones, even though the “handmade” blanket is available on Wayfair for less than a tenth of that. But he or she did say “No b.s.” so maybe we should trust them.
The Great Outdoors
This woman put on her hiking gear and boldly set out for a hike in the great outdoors; she even has a triumphant-looking pose to prove it. You know, on social media, where everyone can see and comment. Everyone including her very own sibling who can very easily reveal her as the fraudulent hiker that she is.
Yep, that's right, the other side of this image tells another story, and her sibling was there to tell it. As impressive as this family's backyard looks, it's not exactly a forest. You can't take a group of Boy Scouts in there for a field trip.