Today you are going to see all kinds of weird pictures that wrecked the internet. They didn't wreck the internet in the literal sense of the word, but they became so viral and funny, that people had to share them. Some of these have already been viewed millions of times, and it is your time to join in on the fun. Some of the photos are from social media website, like Twitter and YouTube, while others are real-life photos of accidents that happened to people.
It seems that Lacey was at Best Buy, to check out some of the featured phones. While checking the phones, he logged in his Twitter account but forgot to log out. A random saw what happened, and tweeted a photo of himself on Lacey's twitter feed.
Here is a funny dog - the dog here not only climbed on top of the sink but is also barking at the tissue dispenser, while angrily removing pieces of tissue. Now, this is a dog with attitude - just imagine the types of problems it does at home to its owners.
Here is a Twitter user, that posed a cute photo of its dog. The dog is making some rather sad faces because it got yelled at for eating everything it found in the owner's trash can. Dogs do like investigate all the nooks and crannies at home, don't they?
Here is a girl, 16-year old Makenzie Coates, that run away from home. Her parents were worried sick, and once she saw the announcement of her search on Fox 10's twitter feed, she tweeted back to them, asking why they choose such a bad photo of her!
Fraternities are an important aspect of life on campus - that's why some genius business person decided to open a Japanese restaurant called "Kappa Sushi." Hopefully, the stunt worked out, and now he is selling tons of delicious sushi.
This guy tweeted this photo, saying that "this weird dog won't get off my car." Another poster replied back to him, saying dogs don't sit on cars, so it must be a cat. It looks like both of them are wrong, as that looks like a seal that escaped the zoo!
Here is another funny twitter story. A guy seems to have incorrectly spelled his tweet, saying "Word 2016 has been the worst year yet." A Microsoft customer service employee immediately replied back, thinking the original poster was talking about Word 2016 and not the year 2016.
Printers, photocopiers and other office equipment do hide some dangerous inside them. Just take a look at what happened to the girl in the above photo - the photocopies literally pulled over 300 strands of her hair. That must have hurt.
Here is a weird tweet, that doesn't really seem to be following what happened in the photo they sent. The text reads "this is a gift for the kids, but it's so much more a gift for the parents." There is nothing gift-worthy in a device that splashes a piece of cake in a kid's face.
Just because nuns swear off from sexual intimacy, drinking, gambling and other stuff, doesn't mean they have sworn off having fun. Everyone likes playing in the first snow of the year, and nuns are no different - just look at them throwing snowballs at each other.
Here is twitter post from a girl named Chloe. She says these two photos were the first things her dad sent her after buying himself a selfie stick. The guy obviously knows how to have fun, as the photos he sent are hilarious.
Some time ago, apps that could swap a person's face were all the rage on the Android and Apple App Stores. A guy tried to swap his face with - his face. He got the results, and tweeted "don't know what I expected." Everyone can agree with that statement.
A guy named Chris tweeted a photo, saying he had breakfast while sitting next to John Cena. He wants to have a word with Cena's stylist, as the guy is wearing a 3D sweater - there is half a fluffy animal entering from his back, and the other half is on the front of his sweater. Weird stuff.
Someone shared a photo on Snapchat, showing the method they used to give $50 they owed. They sent the money to a coworker by using a drone - but instead of making it easy, they flew the drone around the guy so that he had to "work" to get the money.
Here is a funny photo of a guy with his Chihuahua dog. Someone changed the dog's eyes for its owner, and titled the new, reworked photo "The only time one of those dogs will ever look chill." Truer words haven't been said.
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John Travolta, the star of 70s cult movies like “Grease” and “Saturday Night Fever”, is not only one of the most famous Hollywood actors, but also one of the best celebrity pilots. John Travolta is a bonafide aviation enthusiast with five private planes total, which he parks on his front lawn. His most impressive aircraft is a customized Boeing 707-138 (as pictured above), a beast of a plane that he acquired in 1998 upon his promotion to an honorary pilot of Qantas, the Australian airline.
Oprah Winfrey’s production company HARPO bought her custom-built Global Express XRS VIP business jet to provide the media mogul and her associates with maximum aviation comfort. Oprah’s private jet features designer fixtures in the bathroom and galley, along with an exquisite all-leather interior. The aircraft was designed by Bombardier Aerospace to perform as a premier long-range business jet. Custom design allowed for an enhanced cabin layout with nine cushy leather seats, aesthetically-placed lighting, and additional luxury amenities. The jet cruises through the air at high speeds, made possible by two Rolls-Royce BR710 turbofan engines, which produce enough power to send HARPO clear across the map with only one refuel stop
Tom Cruise played an elite naval fighter jet pilot in the blockbuster movie “Top Gun”, and he now indulges his real love for flying in his own Gulfstream IV, one of the finest celebrity private jets around. Cruise’s beautiful business jet accommodates up to 19 passengers, providing comfort and class with state-of-the-art furnishings and aircraft technology. The jet even automatically refreshes the air inside the cabin every two minutes. Designed by Gulfstream Aerospace, Cruise’s jet is powered by two Rolls-Royce Tay 611-8 engines, propelling the aircraft to a maximum altitude of 45,000 feet over a maximum range of 7,820 km, zipping through the air at speeds up to Mach 0.80.
Mark Cuban, business mogul and owner of the Dallas Mavericks, landed himself in the Guinness Book of World Records for purchasing his Boeing 767-277 online in 1999, making “the largest single e-commerce transaction”. Cuban modified the jet with large, custom seats to give his team’s lengthy players plenty of room while flying.