PS Disasters reader Ulrike noticed something odd about this image. Can you Spot The Disaster? Speak up in the comment section and let us know what you think went wrong here!
This image appeared in an email from the web service provider Web.de.
I suspect some of the price cuts they boast might be the result of a scaled-back marketing department.
Even the dog seems unimpressed by this one. Is it so hard to take a picture of a stationary structure? Why the deception? Why the cut corners? If you can’t trust a cut-price shed outlet, who can you trust?
Also, since when is cut-price a term?
Thanks Mel! You can see the original on the Atlas site.
It looks like North Korea found something they can do better than South Korea – the art of Photoshop.
As many newspapers have pointed out, there are actual photos of President Obama and President Park Geun-hye shaking hands. So why the two-room, three-handed slapdash of a picture? Commentary about the nature of international politics, or is the border in Korea so bad that this is what Yonhap News thinks a unified picture of diplomacy looks like?
The original was found by Gizmodo.
ABC.es is Spain’s leading online news source, probably because they’re so trustworthy and would never doctor a photo.
If ABC.es has to survive with shoddy cut-and-pastes that accompany their stories, they can do what I do: ladle sarcasm on the opening sentence, point out my own inconsistencies, and hope that nobody notices I’m following a formula.
Thanks Oscar who was the first to send this into us.
High-belted fashion trends have lead to some confusing proportions in today’s models.
The light-blasted silhouette makes this model look extra-skeletal, but the hands on the hips are what draw the eye to the real disaster. There’s less thigh in a 20-piece bucket of chicken.
Thanks Maria. You can see the original on the Ann Taylor Facebook page.
Happy Mother’s Day weekend! It was a busy week here at PS Disasters. Between this guy’s tiny T-Rex arms and this model’s snap-off leg, we had no shortage of head-scratching moments. I won’t even get into why this lady was sitting on a leg-shaped baguette, because I’m still mystified.
Speaking of mystifying, off to the links we go.
Some supermodels can recover from a trip on the runway, but this is probably the steeliest look to accompany a dislocated shoulder.
I’m aware there’s a stigma against broad shoulders on women, but this isn’t a solution. On a similar note, ladies – if you wear your pants that close to your breasts, I’m going to waste a substantial amount of time trying to figure out if you have a displaced torso before I notice the hole in your shoulder.
Thanks Anonymous. The original was found in a Moda Operandi email blast.