Meanwhile, in the Philippines...
In the Philippines, some courier services require photos as a proof once they have delivered the item to the intended recipient. This practice has eventually led to a hilarious trend among those who frequent online shopping sites.
In the photos below, you will see how some Filipinos took things to the next level – with some going as far as wearing elegant dresses and/or having an actual backdrop, treating it as if it’s a legit photoshoot!
Most of these images have since gone viral on social media, earning thousands of shares and reactions from amused netizens. And yes, we couldn’t help but laugh and admire the creativity.
Go scroll down below and see for yourself:
The kid in the background is entirely clueless.
We’re guessing those packages contain more dresses?
Social media influencer Michelle Fox had her hair and make-up done just for this.
In his Facebook post, former flight attendant John Carlo Ison even shared a Tom Ford quote, writing in his caption: “Dressing well is a form of good manners.”
As mentioned earlier, many of these photos have gone viral online. By that we mean beyond Filipino social media but even in several websites from different countries.
Well the attention is definitely well-deserved and we appreciate these hilarious folks for spreading some joy on the internet, especially during these tough times. A healthy dose of laughter can indeed help us deal with the difficulties of life.
Someone tried to open the door from the outside. Fortunately, she remembered her dad's tip!
"You know when they say that kids are natural artists? I think she’s the perfect…
Meanwhile, in Australia...
Would you buy this?!
“Please. She died a few days ago. I cannot lose those photos as well.”
Under all the prosthetic makeup is this beautiful woman!