Boyfriends of Instagram takes a look at the tale (or pictures) of the invisible boyfriend who twists, contorts and gets into weird positions so the lady can have her perfect Instagram pic. These unsung heroes are finally getting the acknowledgement they earned, thanks to the efforts of two Australian dudes who run the Boyfriends of Instagram page on Facebook and Instagram.
This is probably the biggest fear you’d have to deal with on Facebook. Parents using the crap on Facebook to embarrass the sh*t out of you. NYC’s Emily Musson just learnt the lesson when her parents recreated photographs of Emily and her boyfriend.
When some folks find logic in things that others cannot see, they drag the other party to the court of law to unintentionally create laughter riots. Some have valid reasons – what they believe them to be – to support their cause; for others, such a practice is just for the sake of doing it. Aiming to force the legal system to lay a golden egg, such people tend to defy established norms and go beyond what seems downright comical – to others who are not gifted enough to see those loopholes in the system.
Here is a list of 10 such logic-defying lawsuits that would sure tickle your funny bones. We have made all possible efforts not to register their deeds in any preset order, since we believe each one of them deserves the #1 position.
Okay, the people might not be that random, and most of it is staged, but the reactions and the execution is priceless.
This is exactly what you should do should do when visited by aliens in the dead of the night.
Comedian and writer Rob Fee imagined what the behavior and conversation of toddlers might look like if they were on Facebook. This is hilarious, and to be honest, way better than the things I see on my Facebook timeline.
Animated Spiderman of the ’60s was a treasure trove of wisdom. People missed it of course, so here’s some of the wisdom so you never forget.
What’s so special about a parrot saying “what the f*ck”?
The gusto he says it with.
Chomp on an object that you see everyday around you, and it just might be a chocolate, or it might be what it looks like. Japanese sokkuri (‘look alike’) sweets are desserts that look like everyday objects. Recently on a game show, celebrities and participants were asked to bite everyday objects; some of which were desserts, and others were exactly what they looked like.