People love jumping to conclusions about completely random things on the internet. It’s almost an Olympic sport at this point. It won’t help you build muscles or become faster, but it will probably do something to your brain. Just take this post for example.
Someone stated that this little girl grew up to be a successful French politician! How they got to that conclusion, we will never understand. Thankfully someone set them straight as the two images have zero connection between each other. We also appreciate the link to the UNICEF report for extra legitimacy. The internet needs more heroes like that.
NPR Knows All
Many people will agree that Tupac Shakur left this world far too soon. So if you're going to say something negative about the rap legend, be prepared for the backlash, even if you're a media giant like NPR. Actually, the backlash might be even more intense of you are a media giant.
One commenter points out that the geeky radio station streamer is not exactly the authority on all things "cool" especially when it comes to old-school rap. Also, what are we in grade school? Since when does the headline of any piece of so-called news try to determine whether something is cool or not?
Know your animals before posting about them — this should be a rule most people would just follow intuitively. Sadly, though, some social media users are just not that kind of intuitive. We have an inkling that this person skipped their grade school biology lessons and did not really get how to classify animals.
If they knew anything about reptiles they would know that a fluffy squirrel just ain't one of 'em! Perhaps they were confusing mammals with reptiles because a dolphin is not a reptile either. Unless there are some newly evolved lizard squirrels and dolphins we don't know about.
That Watermark Though
Our dear Rick wanted to show off his photography skills on Facebook. After all, he does have some impressive products to show the world. He has clearly been hard at work perfecting his favorite hobby! Who knew he would get so good in such a short time?
Hang on. Unless he's marketing himself under the pseudonym Nick Boyer then we're pretty sure that photograph is not his! Oh, Rick! Always check the watermark. We hope Nick doesn't get any word of this. On the other hand, maybe they could partner up! Rick and Nick Photography? Rick can do the marketing.
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.