The Marvel Cinematic Universe is a pretty well-developed one with countless narratives and characters, many of them getting their own films, sometimes a series of films. It’s bound to create a stir among fans whenever a new one is set to be released.
But this fan page got over eager in its announcement of future Captain Marvel sequels. Who better to end the hype than Captain Marvel herself, actress Brie Larson? Don’t get us wrong, a Captain Marvel series would be great, it’s just that we don’t appreciate people toying with our emotions like that. Thanks for stepping up, Brie.
Worst Place Ever
Jason was not happy with his experience at The Bierkeller and believed that it was literally the worst place he'd ever been to (and also a rip-off.) He felt so strongly about it that he had to write about it on Facebook for the whole world (or however many friends he has there) to see.
Unfortunately for Jason, the reality is a little different. Perhaps he dreamt it or got confused with another place because it looks like the owner informed him of a pivotal piece of info - that being there was impossible since the place was not even open yet.
Do the Math
Okay people, let's look at what we have here. This post is worrisome, partly because this 15-year-old is leaving school at their boyfriend's behest, partly because they seem a little young but mostly because it's completely fabricated. Yep, any human's first response would have been to voice their opinion on this obviously loaded case.
However, the thing is that opinions don't matter much when the case in question is completely false. An observant Redditor spotted some inconsistencies in this user's stories and rightly concluded that this was all purely for attention. It's important to keep track of your digital paper trail.
Hey, I'm Alive
There have been horrible celebrity death hoaxes over the years. These are often brought on by trollers and spammers but rarely is a verified publication behind such things. Notice we said 'rarely'. Rarely and never are two different things. Thanks to this screenshot, we know it has happened at lest once.
When it came to this post about "The Fog," director John Carpenter, the popular movie site, seriously botched things up, he saw the fake news and took the liberty of correcting them. And it's a good thing he did. No one can verify this better than the man himself.
Don't believe everything you see on social media ads. Sure, they might look attractive and convincing, but we all know better than taking them at face value nowadays. There are certain advertisers that will do anything to try to sell their product, especially if said product isn't a particularly good one. This teeth whitener is a prime example.
It took an observant Facebook user who spotted this ad to point out that while those teeth may have been whitened, it was not necessarily the product that did it. We might have to credit Photoshop for this dental miracle. This is fooling no one.