For instance, can you guess what this is? In both cases, it's done by laboriously building everything in the room to the completely wrong scale. A ghost being possessed by the body of a shirtless man? But, of course, it isn't China using trickery to make their army look bigger than it is, it's just marching in ridiculously well-drilled ranks. You can create an and you could be on the front page of Cracked. Nope, it's an aerial photograph of a from National Geographic. It's almost like someone just showed up one day and unrolled the whole development in strips, like sod. This is, however, a real display on dinosaur reproduction at the. We mean, it's pretty common to find out that actors aren't all they're cracked up to be on the big screen, but Sylvester Stallone is 5-foot-9 or so in reality -- not exactly a munchkin.
This one was between the University of North Carolina and Michigan State. As much as we wish we had a similar explanation to the chimera cat up there and could thus tell you that this is the world's only double rhino, we cannot. And yes, we were also hoping it would turn out to be cocaine. But this is an unaltered photo of. The aircraft carrier looming back there makes this scene look like somebody inserted it by hacking the background graphics for a basketball video game. We're not sure what part the skateboard plays in the ceremony or who has to clean up afterward, but we can say that turning humans into color explosions is so popular worldwide that they have a whole. Just let your dad know you chug sausage…he'll get over it soon and you'll eventually carve the turkey on a future family gathering.
And don't forget to follow us on , , and to get sexy, sexy jokes sent straight to your news feed. Look at the feet in the middle row -- you can lay a ruler across them. The rainbow is just the result of lucky positioning of the sun in relation to the mist of the falls, as opposed to, say, an explosion at the Skittles factory. It appears some lazy hoaxer spent about 10 minutes cropping and pasting the face of a black cat onto this orange tabby. It looks like they just clicked one soldier with the clone tool and dragged it across the screen.
We just want it to be true so badly, even though deep down we know that if a zoo had such a creature, it would be world famous by now. It's pretty difficult to spot the irregularities, even when you know it's a real picture -- they're not just in the same pose, they're all exactly the same height and body type, as well. But it really happened -- it's a perfectly timed. The suit is worn by who has been spotted in both L. A liar whose pants actually did catch fire? But all of it is actually a piece of art by Motoi Yamamoto, created. If you're pressed for time and just looking for a quick fix, then check out.
But was taken at , and, yes, those are Lego skyscrapers there. A of similarly Stepford-esque shots. To be frank, we're a little ashamed that you even noticed. This appears to just be a one in a billion case where the two halves lined up perfectly to create something that would clearly be a supervillain in the kitty world. But it's not fakery, either -- it's a scene by artist Jean-Francois Fourtou, who also creates scenes of. If you're worried that this is going to be the tragic story of a tiny little foot-tall man with a rare genetic disorder, don't be.
There are videos embedded there, if you still think it's fake. It's what happens when you run electricity through a block of Plexiglas. I'm thinkin you're probably a self loathing homosexual. So in places like this, are people just constantly accidentally walking into the wrong house? But the monsters surrounding him there are , heavyweight boxers in the 6-foot-7 range. Water runoff, as it turns out, produces the same type of fractal patterns as plants do when they grow new branches.
Do you have an idea in mind that would make a great article? They actually had to cancel a game last year because the court got wet. It doesn't matter how many times you tell us this is just soldiers marching perfectly in formation, it still messes with our eyes. Oh, and if you're trying to figure out what the backdrop behind them says, don't worry -- they're. Sadly, these pelicans aren't making a. How do you even come up with the backwards hat thing and gay activities? Here's yet another one that would have been far, far easier to just Photoshop than to stage a complicated scene that merely results in something that still looks like Photoshop. A guy seconds away from spontaneous combustion? On top this looks like a real mountain landscape.
It looks more like one of the too-perfect, computer-generated clone armies from one of the Star Wars prequels. If you're wondering how it got out there and we're surprised we haven't gotten a Facebook forward insisting it was carried by a tsunami , well, so was everyone else -- it just turned up one day. They didn't even bother to make the eyes match! For more images that are so obviously fake but so really aren't , check out and. Regrettably, this isn't a dude who discovered how to explode his own torso on demand. This unbelievably ordered subdivision is a suburb called Henderson, outside. The piano was found on a sandbar near Miami and was too heavy for the authorities to move away it weighs 650 pounds. .
Do you possess expert skills in image creation and manipulation? I haven't seen a backwards hat since the 80's. Both sides get pissed if you interrupt their nap. Also we're pretty sure his hair has frozen like that. According to , it's what happens when you get out of the pool after a swim and the freezing cold air starts rapidly evaporating the water off your skin. Don't you guys have some video games you should be playing? It was a mystery until to make some kind of artistic statement or other.