Showing off sick flips is a social media standard. For someone who has been training and practicing their skills on the powder, getting a good pic is a dream come true. Especially if you have friends who simply refuse to go outside when it’s snowing.
This is probably why this person decided to use a picture from Google images, and not an actual picture of himself. It’s even a pretty old picture. The benefit of the doubt is this person wanted to show off the trick he pulled, even if it wasn’t him in it. Or he’s just a liar.
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.
It's Right There in the Picture
Two things about this. First off, the actual message is pretty sweet. There is nothing wrong with doing something romantic that celebrates the love you have for your partner. Making symbols that signify lasting love has been shown to make love stronger (though how that is measured is beyond us).
On the other hand, the message says it took place in Paris, but the picture very clearly shows the Sydney Opera House past the chain-link fence. Someone may have missed a geography class or two. Maybe it was just symbolic of the symbol they had done? Either way, embarrassing and awkward.
Meet Dave. He's Real.
Getting engaged is, as long as you're doing it right, one of the most magical moments of your life. Well, the original poster here (green) decided she didn't want to wait to actually get engaged to announce it on Facebook, and it's pretty clear she didn't think it through.
Oddly, she didn't consider the fact that some of her Facebook friends actually know her in real life and can sense something about this whole announcement is off. “Dave” comes out of nowhere, and the picture of him she posts is taken from somewhere else. We guess she just wanted the attention.
Tell Us More About This “Bieber”
One of the cool things YouTube offers is music. Lots of small artists and bands post their songs there, and plenty have discovered tunes they love just by letting autoplay go and seeing where it takes them. But, when someone with the username “Biebersgurl4ever1” posts on a Bieber song saying she doesn't listen to JB, something doesn't seem correct.
Was it a prank? Was it meant to be ironic? Did the person get hacked by a troll who changed their handle as a joke? Either way, someone on Tumblr pointed out the inconsistency, and no matter what kind of music you listen to, it's good for a laugh.