Spreading misinformation on the internet is just so ridiculously easy. But you know what else is ridiculously easy? Finding people who will happily and publicly call out or disprove misinformation as they see it. Just go on any public social media account (science or politics will probably be the easiest) and see for yourself.
This self-appointed English teacher took to the internet in order to educate the masses on the English language. They had a lesson to teach, and they were going to do it, dammit! It didn’t matter if they were right or wrong! A funny Redditor decided to educate them using this famous meme.
You Have 30 Seconds
Nowadays, hackers can work their way into just about anything. Especially now that everything we use has internet access. Not only can computers be hacked, but so can phones, cars, smartwatches, and even some refrigerators! Surely some dude's iPhone is no biggie for this tech genius. We're not really sure about why, but this hacker was set out to destroy.
Luckily, the "victim" didn't flinch and calmly tested the supposed hacker until more than thirty seconds passed. It looks like it worked. If not, that hacker probably has some sweet pics of cute pigeons. Lord knows we could all use some cute pigeons.
This woman has become the poster kid for weight-loss success. Unfortunately, countless random weight-loss companies are trying to cash in on that and use her photo without her permission. Posting this picture online was probably both a blessing and a curse for her.
A blessing since she probably inspired many others to switch to a healthier lifestyle, and a curse because other entities use it without getting her consent first. And boy is consent important. If others are publically posting her photo, she can publically call them out (or even sue), which is exactly what happened here. Hopefully, they got the message.
The Mountain Strikes Back
Ser Gregor Clegane, AKA The Mountain, is one big guy who easily towers over the rest of the "Game of Thrones" characters, as seen in the left picture. But back home, amongst his brothers, he's the short one. Except these guys are not his brothers.
The Mountain took to the internet and fixed this fake information, telling us that those guys were Icelandic basketball players (that explains the tallness) and not actually related to him. In fact, he has no brothers at all! This post did make us wonder, though, how tall his two sisters are and if there is any family resemblance there.
Mark's Fave Film
The internet has made it so easy to put words in someone's mouth. All you have to do is go on one of the numerous social networks out there and say that Joe Whatshisname said a thing. Boom. It's out there. The thing is, it's equally as easy for the star of your post to go on the same social network and call you out on your lies.
It must be the greatest compliment in the world when the legendary Luke Skywalker loves your new action movie. If only that was the actual reality. Hamil must have been super adamant about disliking the film that he took to Twitter to confirm this fact. That "NOT" really drives home the point. Sorry, Zack.