Posting a bit of your art on social media is common. People enjoy showing stuff they are proud of, and so they should be. Unfortunately, stealing that same art is just about as common.
This person posted a picture of their favorite YouTuber, PewDiePie (whose first name is Felix), and was getting away with it until somebody pointed out that someone posted the very same picture months ago – and there is no guarantee that person didn’t steal it, either. Come on, dude there must be some kind of personal accomplishment that you can post about without stealing it from others.
Maybe He's Just Very Fast
Go on, post about your physical feats. It's a good thing to boast about. As long as it is an actual accomplishment that you have accomplished with your own mortal body. Otherwise, it's not much to brag about. “Rob” posted about his latest time on the five-kilometer (about 3.1 miles) run, stating that he ran it in ten minutes.
That's a nice round number, Rob. But, too quickly, “Cal” points out that the world record for that distance is 12 minutes. To break that down, he would have to run more than three miles at about 3:15 per mile. Which is astounding.
He's Losing In the Picture
Dude takes a look at the competition in the water, and it costs him big, no matter what his subsequent Facebook post has to say about it. While he would try to have everyone believe he won that race, there is way too much evidence against it.
There he was just losing the race, which we are told he did by one of the other competitors. He also lost face among the people who followed him. One of the other racers pointed out that he was far behind even when the picture was taken, and it's hard to make up that distance when you're swimming.
At Least There's Easy Clean-Up
If you owned a dog at any point in your life, this was probably a sight you came home to at least once, unless the dog was the gentlest beast. Most puppies, however, aren't very gentle. This cute creature seems to have gotten into some trouble...
until one of the commenters pointed out that the pillow is opened with the zipper, not torn open as a dog would do. At least the dog is cute. However, that does beg the question — why would anyone want to frame their cute little pooch like that and mess up their own home in the process?
Real? Fake? Hard to Tell
This is the rare callout that could be true. The poster caught a kitten trying to get some yogurt, and then a commenter noted that there was an open container of yogurt on the floor. There are hints that this was staged – who leaves an open yogurt on the floor when they have a new kitten?
However, cats are known to knock things off surfaces just for funsies. Any cat owner knows better than to leave something fragile or delicate somewhere where their cat can reach. The benefit of the don't here is what if the kitten jumped onto the counter and dragged it off?