Selfie sticks, although quite useful, can be a bit of an annoyance sometimes. Remember the times when you can watch a concert in peace or maybe enjoy your stay in an amusement park without someone ruining the fun by taking out those monopods?
Well those days are over for the most of us since, you know, these sticks have become ubiquitous these days. In fact, some people take them everywhere they go just to be ready to capture selfies at any given time.
After seeing this post, you might like selfie sticks again.
Some fans thought it would be fun to Photoshop selfie sticks and replace weapons in popular Hollywood movie scenes. The results, as can be expected, were purely hilarious.
Check out the photos here:
#1. Pulp Fiction
“Do you take a selfie, Brett?”
“I’ll be back… With my latest pic!”
#3. The Matrix
What if I told you you have a rad phone case?
Liam Neeson striking an awesome pose.
#5. The Princess Bride
Inigo Montoya’s revenge plot probably involves taking an embarrassing candid shot.
#6. Mad Max
There’s a reason she’s called Imperator Furiosa.
#7. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
#8. Star Wars
The benefits of being General Grievous.
#9. The Dark Knight
“You either die a hero, or you live long enough to see yourself become a selfie addict.”
I seriously couldn’t help but laugh. Love all of them especially that Harry Potter and the Two-Face pic.
Well you know the drill, folks. Go share this funny post with your Facebook friends!
Anthony Bourdain’s Manila Experience on Parts Unknown” Will Give You the Feels
There’s adobo and kare-kare. And then there’s sisig which is best with ice cold beer.
In the seventh season pilot episode of Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown, he featured the city of Manila, Philippines. The particular episode, which was obviously shot last Christmas, gave a lot of Filipino the feels as Bourdain spoke of the country’s culture and people. Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown is an award-winning food and travel show.
Surprisingly, Bourdain veered away from the usual street food expats are made to try when they’re in the Philippines. There will be no baluts or fishballs in this episode that’s for sure. Bourdain instead discovered yummier and more delectable food that no Pinoy or foreigner would say no to. There’s the summer staple halo-halo, rich kare-kare and of course, sisig to go with your ice cold beer.
The episode aired last April 24, focused on food and culture that tugged at the heart of the common Pinoy. He spoke of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) and why they even do what they do for their families. Of course, Bourdain also didn’t let the episode end without a visit to Jollibee, of course.
Gumball Team Transforms Lamborghini Gallardo Into Real-Life Batmobile
To the Batcave!
Whether you’re a superhero fan or a car enthusiast (or both!), you’ve probably dreamed of owning a Batmobile, that iconic vehicle driven by DC Comics’ Batman.
Over the years, we’ve seen many versions of this awesome ride on the cartoons, the comic books, and, of course, the movies. I grew up with the Michael Keaton Batman but yep, I also dig that one from the 90’s animated show and, yes, that tank-like Batmobile from the Christian Bale-starred trilogy.
Team Galag's Batmobile is made from Lamborghini Gallardo and a lot of carbon fiber.
Dance Couple’s Captivating Visual Routine Had All BGT Judges Up Their Feet
Wow, I’ve never seen anything like this before!
By now, you would think we’ve seen all sorts of couple dance routines on these TV talent searches. Well, this couple just proved us wrong.
This performance from visual dance act Another Kind of Blue is unlike anything we’ve ever seen. Believe me when I say you’ll be blown away with what they did on stage of Britain’s Got Talent.
Their act was so amazing all the judges had no choice but to clap non-stop and stand up their feet after the routine. Yes, even the usually-harsh judge Simon Cowell couldn’t resist the charm of their unique presentation.
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