Taking the perfect selfie is quite difficult. If you have one of the latest phone models, then you have most likely taken a selfie at some point. Everyone is actually doing it these days and they have become so popular that somebody even invented the most innovative product of the century called the Selfie Stick, which allows narcissist.. err selfie addicts to take selfies without the risks of dropping their phone or getting their arms tired while trying to find the perfect angle.
Sure selfies are a bit necessary sometimes like capturing a particular moment. But there are certain times and locations where common sense dictates taking selfies is not appropriate. At a Holocaust memorial, for example.
That’s the main reason why Israeli satirist and author Shahak Shapira created a website to show why such selfies are so distasteful.
He grabbed a couple of selfie photos from other people’s Instagram, Tinder, Grindr and Facebook. Then he Photoshopped them to show how ridiculous the selfies would look if it was taken in the aftermath of the death camps.
Shahak Shapira wrote on her website, Yolocaust:
‘About 10,000 people visit the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe every day. Many of them take goofy pictures, jump, skate or bike on the 2,711 concrete slabs of the 19,000 m² large structure.
The exact meaning and role of the Holocaust Memorial are controversial. To many, the grey stelae symbolize gravestones for the 6 Million Jews that were murdered and buried in mass graves, or the grey ash to which they were burned to in the death camps.’
If one of these photos is yours, you can undouche yourself by sending him an email to have your pictures removed. Here’s his email address [email protected]
Little Girl From the Philippines Does Awesome Taylor Swift Impersonation
Child performer Xia Vigor — who literally became Taylor Swift’s “mini me” — is getting global attention for her talent.
Child performer Xia Vigor has gained worldwide fame for channeling Taylor Swift in a kiddie talent show in the Philippines. The weekly show is titled Your Face Sounds Familiar: Kids and is broadcast on ABS-CBN, one of the country's most popular TV networks.
As the show's title indicates, the child contestants impersonate popular performers. Seven-year-old Xia — who is the daughter of a British national named Alan Vigor and a Filipino lady named Christy Bernardo — stunned everyone with her T-Swift number. She even donned a blonde wig for it. She performed an elaborate routine to the tune of Swift's 2008 hit "You Belong With Me."
Of course, she had the same costume as T-Swift.
Miss Universe 2016 Candidates Rock The Runway In Their Swimsuits
Well, who do you think will win this year?
All eyes are on the Philippines right now as the prestigious pageant Miss Universe 2016 takes place in the country. Recently, the 86 candidates traveled to Cebu for a special swimsuit presentation.
The event took place at JPark Island Resort and Waterpark and the lovely ladies walked the runway wearing their swimsuits.
Some of those in attendance during the event were current Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach and Miss Universe Organization Vice President Shawn McClain. ...
Mark Zuckerberg Declares He Is No Longer An Atheist
He’s always been a self-described atheist since age 13. Well, he just had a change of heart!
Mark Zuckerberg is a name that needs no introduction. After all, the Facebook founder of Facebook is considered as one of the richest men in the world.
Since he was 13 years of age, he has identified himself as an atheist, going as far as listing himself as one on his Facebook page.
Zuckerberg, however, recently had a change of heart and revealed he now believes that religion “is very important.”
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