Maybe short shorts aren’t the best choice for you.
I’ve been warned away from pointing out problems between a woman’s knees, but I have to say something here. Growth, mosquito bite, or slipped knee cap?
Figures a movie called “The Heat” has melted their leading ladies’ features right off.
Melissa McCarthy might be a bit overweight, but you don’t start (and then stop) at the top when you photoshop the pounds away – this poster makes her head look like a pea on top of a potato. The other version of this poster features a more artful job and the correct version of McCarthy’s head atop her shoulders.
Thanks to everyone who has sent this in!
If you’re advertising a vision-based service, make sure to show your best side.
I guess they’re hoping their customers don’t have glasses yet. In my eyes, it seems like the airbrushed tangle of limbs and Escher-inspired body type raises some serious questions about something that’s supposed to fix your sight.
Thanks Teresa. The original was found in the Baltimore City Paper.
Our eagle-eyed reader Bryce H. sent us this image. It’s subtle, but once you see it, it’s unmistakable. Who else can Spot The Disaster?
People will go to a lot of lengths to lose weight, even going so far as to lose a leg.
It’s nice to know I’m not the only one who weighs myself with my two closest colour-coordinated girlfriends. It’s also nice to know that, when I see how much we weigh, I’m not the only one who leaves a suspicious and confusing beige stain in my wake.
The best thing about a Photoshop disaster related to something called Prancercise is not having to think of a joke related to something called Prancercise.
Prancercise is the four-step/hooved exercise that’s taking the physical and spiritual world by a lightly mincing storm. If you’ve ever wanted to be semi-transparent, floating next to a series of poorly-photoshopped horses, or you consider jazzercise “too legitimate an exercise,” it may be the workout for you.
Thanks Todd for the find. You can see the original on Pracercise.
J-Crew for kids is have a 50%-off sale, so it’ll only cost your kid an arm.
Someone had the foresight to colour coordinate some kids, match their outfits with both each other and the sunglassed-graphic, and somewhere down the line, a graphic designer (ironically) right-clicked a little girl’s arm into oblivion.
At least the missing portion is the same colour as the decor.
Thanks Jerome. The original was found on the J-Crew Facebook page. Update: J Crew has since taken down the image.