No one likes liars. They’re just hard to trust, no matter what they say. It’s always a struggle trying to determine whether they’re telling the truth or are just making things up. Remember that old children’s story about the boy who cried wolf?
Well that’s exactly why it feels so satisfying when liars are exposed in very epic ways!
Case in point, the screencap photos below will show you 20 liars on social media getting burned by commenters who revealed their lies.
May this serve as a lesson to anyone out there who has the bad habit of posting untruths and claiming them as truths on social media. There could be someone out there who’d throw the lies back to your face!
#1. We all read The Great Gatsby.
#2. “Just told my boss to f&%k off!”
#3. This is either going to end up in a long argument or a breakup.
#4. Mechanically separated what?
#5. No better way to get in shape.
#6. Impressive drawing, but…
#8. Finally have a six-pack, thanks to Photoshop!
#9. Paris, you say?
#10. Pwned by Google Image search.
#11. Morphine, eh?
#12. F$#K Cancer? Well, f#$k you!
#13. Some kind of Time Magazine reader, you are!
#14. No pun intended but that’s the best “tip” ever.
#15. “Sun was in my eyes.”
#16. Was I f$%king dreaming?
#17. Officially a vegan – not!
#18. Layers of lies.
#19. When your mom exposes you on Facebook.
#20. Via mobile.
20 Hilarious Rip-Offs of Famous Brands
Just get a brand, keep the logo, but jumble up the spelling a bit and you’ve got your own counterfeit brand!
They say that if you want a cheaper version of an expensive product, the counterfeit version made in China is the way to go. Chinese-made products can be surprisingly convincing, especially if you're only looking at pictures of the product before buying.
They can replicate clothes, shoes, phones, and even cars that the less discerning consumers might end up falling for. This is why there's a huge market online that sells fake Chinese products that mimic the brands we all know and love.
While these Chinese goods may look like the real deal from a glance, you'll soon realize that they don't perform even half as well as the originals do. So if you're looking for a cheap rip-off that's less than a quarter of the price of the original, you'll love these counterfeit goods.
Man Buys Penis Enlarger Online, Gets Magnifying Glass Instead
The purchase arrived with only one instruction: Do Not Use in Sunlight.
We’ve all seen the spam ads in our e-mail inbox for what is claimed to be the holy grail of male enhancement, a device that enlarges male genitalia. One man desperate for more.. manhood.. took the bait and ordered the merchandise. The simplistic item he received in for his purchase left a lot to be desired.
The Malaysian man known only as Ong, complained after receiving a £5 magnifying glass, after he spend £100 on an enlargement device online. It must have add insult to injury to this Malaysian man, who reported the incident to Malaysia’s customer complaints bureau. The chairman of the bureau, Mr. Chong, reported that this was not the first claim to be made of this particular product, in fact, this customer was one of many who had fallen victim to recent online scams.
Rather than the pump-type apparatus he expected to receive, he got a magnifying glass instead.
Shocked Dad Notices Something Nasty About Toddler’s Cadbury Santa Claus Chocolate
Santa Claus just made it to the naughty list! LOL!
It may not be the healthiest of food but kids will always love chocolates. Heck, we can’t blame them! Even us, adults, consider chocos as our guilty pleasure and we munch on them whenever we get the chance.
One father, however, was shocked to discover something ‘nasty’ about Cadbury’s special Santa Claus-shaped Christmas chocolate.
Col Talbot of Liverpool recently took it to Twitter to share a photo of his 2-year-old son holding the said chocolate. This was the point when the father realized the product didn’t look like Santa at all once unwrapped. In fact it looked like something else entirely!
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