“Nothing in the world is more dangerous,” Martin Luther King Jr once said, “than sincere ignorance and conscientious stupidity.” This, of course, is true and we’ve seen that proven over and over again on social media. It’s not unusual to see a lot of smart-ass types displaying their dumb opinions everywhere, even going as far as bashing people who obviously know more about the topic at hand.
Case in point, the following people below shows us those epic moments were some people clearly placed themselves into awkward situations because, well, they keep on spewing crap and they have zero knowledge about who they were trying to bash.
BoredPanda came up with this compilation and we’ve had a great laugh reading each one of them. The exchanges are too damn hilarious and too damn embarrassing at the same time! Go scroll down below and see for yourself:
#1. One guy made the mistake of telling woman with Astrophysics PHD to learn “some actual science”.
#2. I can’t help but imagine an epic ‘mic drop’ after that last sentence.
#3. “Who’s that “stupid hipster chick” in a Star Wars shirt anyway? She’s probably not a fan!”
#4. Talk about mansplaining!
#5. This so-called ‘Harry Potter fan’ just tried to explain Snape’s motivation – to the book’s author!
#6. “I wonder what Tony Hawk is up to these days.”
#7. Too bad they didn’t know C.B. Cebulski travels the world to find new artists for Marvel Comics.
#8. “So you’re a woman and you like comics? Let’s see if you’re a true fan!”
#9. Seriously? I’m guessing the Prime Minister knows what he’s talking about!
#10. “Sometimes I just want to punch JAVA in the face!”
#11. He’s probably a credible source. He’s his dad after all!
#12. A cringe-worthy epic fail! Talent scouts “discovers” Annie Lennox and sees her “potential”.
#13. Trashy girls never get far in life. Not!
#14. “Nope, no farm knowledge whatsoever so please enlighten me.”
#15. “Read the full article” said the man to the article author.
#16. “So what exactly do YOU know?”
#17. Basher tells National Review Online editor to try reading conservative news sources.
#18. Dallas Cowboys player gets called a “bandwagon fan.” Insert facepalm here!
Fake IRS Agents Try To Scam a Programmer and They Ended Up Regretting It
They tried to steal his money so he wrote a “special” script just for them.
If there’s one important lesson you should learn in life, it should probably be this – you should never mess with a programmer. You don’t want to piss them off because when they come back at you, things can be pretty nasty.
Just take this story, for example, where a bunch of fake Internal Revenue Service (IRS) agents made the dumb mistake of calling a computer programmer who, much to their regret, is someone who specializes in scam prevention.
In a BoredPanda post, we learn that programmer and Reddit user YesItWasDataMined, “operates an anti-scam operation called Project Mayhem”. Eventually, he received a voicemail from an Indian caller claiming to be an IRS employee. ...
Couple Turns To The Internet For Perfect Engagement Photo, And The Results Are Hilarious
The trolls strike again!
It’s easy to have a perfect photo these days. All it takes is a photo-editing software and a professional who can manipulate the photo and turn it into an image that you’ve always wanted. But getting professional work done is sometimes too expensive that some people would rather turn to the Internet for help.
By now, many people know that when asking for Photoshop help online, the results are always hilarious and cruel at the same time. You would easily think that people would refrain from asking free online photo editors but somehow, there are still those who like to ask for favors without paying anything in return.
A couple asked to have a shirtless man Photoshopped out of their favorite engagement photo.
Programmer Hilariously Burns ‘Client’ Who Asked Him To Work 40 Hours for Free
Would you build an app for exposure? Geez!
It’s actually baffling - and obviously rage-inducing - how some people just seem to think that they can bug professionals to do free work for them. These so-called clients try to offer such a deal in a sweet way by saying that the said project would give them ‘exposure’.
Artists often get odd requests like these. Just ask illustrators, graphic artists, and the likes and, boy, they’d quickly share several horror stories either from their own experiences or from their peers.
Apparently, some of these scammers are even trying to sweet talk programmers now. ...
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