Newsflash: You don’t have to give people a reason as to why you like or don’t like a picture of yourself. You can just post it and go about your day. If people don’t respond to it the way you hoped, that is their own problem. Here, though, this guy has managed to make this picture his own problem.
A photoshop job? Fake squinting? Who knows. This guy’s supposed shadow is on the wrong side of his body if he claims that the sun was in his eyes. It looks like he got a lot of hate for this image, which is sort of understandable. The bigger question, though, is; What is so great about this photo in the first place?
In the Box
You can find tons of things on Facebook Marketplace. Some old, some new. Just make doubly sure you don't fall for every ad you see there and that you know who you're buying from. A little chat with the right questions can usually save you a lot of time, money, and heartache. This guy thought he could get away with this little sales fib.
Little did he know that his face is right there in the thumbnail and unmistakably wearing the "new pair" of sunglasses he's trying to sell. Also, how can his ad say that the glasses are in the box and then show a picture of them OUTSIDE the box?
Pet: a domesticated animal that lives in the home, typically a dog or a cat. A house in which there is a furry creature roaming free, claws and all, will have a harder time keeping its furniture in good condition. That much is common knowledge. One should clear up their definition of pets before selling furniture that supposedly never had an animal on it.
That should also go without saying. But it looks like some people just need everything spelled out. That cat is right there in plain sight. How exactly did they think they'd get away with this? Well, we suppose they weren't really thinking.
Your Smart Is Showing
For someone who claims to be incredibly smart, this person isn't all that when it comes to writing. The beginning of his post makes you think there is a 'but' in there after which they will describe the flipside of being so brain-heavy. That's not the only promise that ends up not being fulfilled.
This genius kid proved just how easy they have it. With their immense brainpower, they can calculate complex problems in their head. Electrons and nuclei? No problem. Unfortunately, they slipped, and a fellow scientist picked up the flaw and immediately corrected them. Someone with an IQ of 150 should be ashamed.
Fly Your Flag
Stephanie wanted to show her patriotism by calling out Ikea on their flag-hanging manners. Ikea might be Swedish, but this is America, people, and they have to know that. Hanging both flags at the same height? As if they are somehow equal? What kind of blasphemy is this?
Well, turns out that it is the legal kind, as the Swedish furniture giant was happy to point out. And also, the non-offensive if you ask us, but not if you ask Stephanie. Unfortunately for Stephanie, this wasn't any shade-throwing on Swedens's part; this is just the law between two friendly nations.