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.
When it came to this post about the creator of “The Fog,” popular movie site Rotten Tomatoes, seriously botched things up. They saw the fake news and just went with it. Thank god they were corrected by the man himself.
I Think Therefore I Am
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.
The Mountain Strikes Back
Ser Gregor Clegane, AKA The Mountain, is one big guy who easily towers the rest of the "Game of Thrones" characters. 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 are Icelandic basketball players. That explains the tallness.
Don't Censor Me
When you're dealing with tech tycoons like Elon Musk, it's tempting for many journalists to spill the tea on all the ins and outs of the cutting-edge industry.
Unfortunately, this woman tried to accuse Musk of something that never happened and just walk away with it. The SpaceX CEO made sure he got his point across about what goes public.
Mark's Fave Film
It must be the greatest compliment in the world when the legendry 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 Twitter to confirm this fact. That "NOT" really drives home the point. Sorry, Zack. Next time verify before you post.