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I’ve heard of skinny jeans, but this is ridiculous.
Thanks, Paul, for spotting this disaster on the Zara Italia mobile app. Unfortunately, though I spent quite a bit of time looking at fugly blazers on their full website, I couldn’t locate this exact image, but here is the same jacket being worn by some other dude with with a Dumb & Dumber haircut.
The best part of waking up isn’t Folgers in your cup, it’s not dying from sleep apnea.
Doing something about something that can kill you in your sleep is a fine and noble cause, but photoshopping Bane masks on stock photos and claiming it will increase your sex appeal is just irresponsible advertising. You are selling a product that will literally save consumer lives. You don’t need to dress it up with chiseled abs and cleavage that threatens spill out at any moment.
You can find image on EasyBreathe.
Cookings and Cookqueens should be on the lookout for the Tsar of Sloppy Photoshops and the Khans of Cut and Paste.
Okay, so we’re all clear on the fact that these kitchen appliances have been sloppily photoshopped onto this counter. But why does the copy here state that the food of Southeast Asia is impossible to conquer? Commentary on the Vietnam war? Recognition of the accomplishments of the Mongolians in the 12th Century? Or are rice and noodle based dishes too simple to accomplish with shiny appliances?
I found the door to Narnia. It’s behind this head of lettuce.
If you overlook the arm that’s elbow deep in shadows and cabbages, this isn’t a terrible cut and paste. By the way, “elbow deep in shadows and cabbages” is the name of my Cabbage Patch Kids fan-fiction. It’s about a midwife who ends up on the wrong side of the law, and – you know what, I don’t want to spoil anything.
By the way, I know I refer to these green things as both lettuce and cabbage. Long story short, I do not lead a particularly healthy lifestyle.
Thanks Oscar. You can see the original Orbyt.