Look at this guy, like really, look at him. While there’s no doubt about big muscles being in. There certainly is a line between being big and buff and just overdoing it. It seems that at this point, just carrying his own two extremely muscly hands is enough of a workout.
If these arms were real, how much do you think they would weigh? All of these veins that he added on using Photoshop make him look more like the Hulk and less like a hunky desirable man. Alas, all of his work was in vain, maybe next time he should spend his time at the gym instead of on the computer.
This pic was posted by a Reddit user, who saw it on a dating app. Yes, a dating app. These apps don't tend to bring out the best in people. From pictures we never wanted to see, to rude messages and ghosting, swipers seem to try and do anything that could get them noticed.
Sure he got noticed, but for all the wrong reasons. In this photo that's obviously been badly edited, we can clearly see he pasted a photo from someone else's chiseled torso onto his own. We get it, the dating scene can be tough but we're pretty sure this isn't doing him any favors.
The story behind this picture is not what you'd expect. The larger-than-life creepy eyes were added not by the person in the picture, but by the stylists who did her hair. Apparently, in order to try and get noticed on Instagram, this hairdresser wanted to emphasize how their customer's unique look.
Sure, it makes his picture stand out, but not for the haircut... While we love a pair of googly eyes, it really shouldn't be added if it's not for laughs or to make an ironic piece of art. Editing her eyes like this is actually a pity cause it definitely distracts from her lovely curls.
The Human Chandelier
Everybody wants to be the light of the party, but not everyone can handle looking like a human chandelier. Many drag queens use padding to create the illusion of an impossible body, and this diva wanted to show off a cinched waist. But, when the waist can no longer be cinched -- photoshop comes in.
As onlookers, it's important to approach these curated photos with a critical eye. We only see is only a glimpse of this crafted photo that fits within the confines of a perfectly composed square. And we can clearly tell it's been curated because the distorted sofa in the background gives this princess away.
New Face, Who Dis?
Two pictures of the same guy, they might even have even been taken on the same day, but he looks so different in the photoshopped version. As the case is with many of these altered images, we truly think this lad looked perfectly fine before! He's smiling and looks happy.
But alas, authenticity is so often misunderstood, and it seems that there are those who believe that being genuine when you posing does not improve literally every photo imaginable. So instead, he went for a "Blue Steel" pose which makes him look super serious, as if like he's about to include you in his next business deal.