Recently, a curious owl got into the center of attention after photobombing KRTV News’ weather camera. The video quickly went viral, and how could it not: it’s cute, it’s funny, and there’s an owl in it – everything you need!
A grandfather’s camera roll of accidental and mishap photos has gone viral after he kindly gave away his old iPad to his grandson who then posted them on TikTok
An unlikely collaboration between two artists has saved countless victims from their own stupidity through an incredible optical illusion. Artist Naomi Haverland from Minnesota created her own answer to the viral TikTok Milk Crate challenge by making a clever chalk drawing on the street in a way that creates a perfectly realistic perspective in 3D when photographed from the right angle.
Unless you live under a rock, you’ve seen Senator Bernie Sanders and his famous mittens in a gazillion memes over the past week. The photographer behind the original photo is Brendan Smialowski, and he has spoken up about this whole meme-craze. In an interview with The Rolling Stone, he revealed some details about the original image and other photos he took that day. He also admitted that he’d prefer if he’d never have taken a meme.
If you want to take a break from the frightening news we’ve been surrounded with for months, then I something perfect for you. A video shared by ViralHog shows a baby boy clicking his father’s Nikon, laughing uncontrollably every time he hears the shutter sound. Check it out below, I’m sure you’ll giggle along.
When Dolly Parton posted a photo of herself on her 74th birthday, I doubt that she had in mind what she would start. She posted four photos that jokingly emphasize the differences between people’s photos on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, and Tinder. Soon enough, her post started a viral thread among celebrities. Everyone is sharing their photos in the same meme format, and it’s absolutely hilarious!
Perhaps you’ve seen a post going around Instagram lately, claiming that the platform will soon be able to use your posts in court cases against you. Perhaps you’ve even shared it, too. Well, Instagram has responded to the viral post and explained that it’s nothing but a hoax.
After she recently posted a photo of her doctor on Twitter, a woman received sharp criticism from the community. Twitter user @purplegodesss secretly took a photo of her dermatologist and posted it to the social network without his consent. To make things worse, she “sexualized” him, calling him “fine as s**t,” in a Tweet that quickly went viral.
On Saturday, 16 February, Kelyn Alyssa and her husband went to Broadacres in Houston to have some photos taken of their baby daughter to celebrate her first birthday. During the shoot, a woman started shouting at them from a car for taking photos. But then it got worse – she got out of the car and threw a tantrum. She was screaming at the couple and the photographer, she hit the husband and started moving the props, all while the terrified child was screaming.