Suspension of disbelief is the willingness of an audience to invest emotional resources in a story that they know to be false. The main belief to be suspended here is that the designers cared about their work.
- It would help if you actually looked at the person you were half-heartedly pretending to catch.
- Monty Python feet.
- That’s a remarkably serene expression, Mr Head Paste.
- Chrysler building has inexplicably moved to Chelsea. It doesn’t even line up with the street grid.
- We’ll let this one go, as it is entirely possible that Colin Firth really does have giant hands.
Thanks to everyone who sent this one in, and yes, I know the other poster is even worse. Stay tuned. Full size here.