Celeste Barber is a comedian who has made a name for herself simply by recreating all the famous Instagram pics that models, actresses, and musicians are always posting showing off their fabulous life and fit bods. With just a one pic, Barber deflates all their pretensions:
Though she’s been virally famous for a while, it is worth checking in with Barber on a seasonal basis. She keeps up with what’s trendy on Insta, and since right now is bathing suit season, she’s letting it all hang out. Nothing like seeing a million pool and boat posts spoofed over and over and over again to make you realize that Instagram models are kind of in a rut:
And here are a bunch of her latest non-bikini recreations, just for fun:
That’s the celebration of summer I want to see! Though did she go too far with this spoof of Beyoncé’s holy twins?
A Czech company is brewing a very special beer. This beer is called Aurosa, it comes in a beautiful bottle, and it’s meant for women. Finally! Finally I get to find out what all the fuss is about!
The Daily Mailreports that Aurosa was created by a woman named Martina Smirov, and the company has been branding itself on Instagram as the place to go for millennial pink travel photos in which women discreetly drink fermented hops out a wine glass. According toHello Giggles, Smirov has said that Aurosa is the “First Beer For Her,” which aside from being untrue, is also pretty insulting to women. Are you trying to erase all those forties I drank freshman year of college, lady?
While there probably will be people who find Aurosa’s pink packaging and lifestyle brand appealing, many more are enjoying mocking Smirov and her company online:
Someone even pointed out how weird the description of Aurosa is. Kind of sounds like the beer is made literally inside of a woman?
Smirov responded on Facebook, writing:
Beer, wine or any alcohol has no gender. However, the beer industry is largely dominated by men. And culturally, even as more women enter the industry as brewers, pub owners, drinkers, beer can still pretty much feel like a masculine affair.Statistically speaking, women are inclined to drink less beer. Why? Brewers, men and generally, the society have operated under the misconception that women do not like beer or that it is a man’s drink. This has been rendered into the media and the marketing system. The tasteless and sexist marketing that brewing companies use illustrates that point clearly. Aurosa was never intended to take part in sexism, feminism or the like. It was never intended to dictate what women should or shouldn’t drink. We are simply a brand that wants to offer beer in an elegant and beautiful bottle, something that has not been done before, for those women who want it and who’s lifestyle we fit.
The lifestyle Smirov has in mind is a rich one. Twelve ounces of Aurosa costs about $ 13. Women paying more for the same product sounds like old news to me.
Stock photos are what media outlets use when they don’t have another photo to illustrate a particular story. Because of this, stock photos often operate this weird uncanny valley of the specific and general—something that the Twitter account @darkstarkphotos shows hilariously with its collection of some of the weirdest, darkest stock photos on the Internet.
The account—run by UK journalist Andy Kelly—curates the strangest images lurking in the corners of popular stock photo websites like Shutterstock and iStock.
“I’ve always found stock photography hilarious, and while digging through the depths of Shutterstock I noticed a few that stuck out among all the smiling models playing tennis and eating salad. Some were disturbing, but mostly they were just funny,” Kelly said in an interview with Mashable. “No matter how serious the subject matter is, the absurd artifice and bluntness of stock photography makes it amusing.”
Kelly continues, “There’s no real art to it. I just search stock photo websites (mainly Shutterstock, iStock, and Depositphotos) using the worst keywords possible. Death, gun, drugs, crash, despair, pain, suffering. The darker the search, the funnier the images generally.”
To say that marriage is an emotional experience would be a colossal understatement. You’re basically devoting the rest of your life to another person in the hopes of building an incredible life with them.
It’s a huge step and one that’s usually celebrated with an epic party. And when you’re planning for your wedding celebration, you have to make sure everything is perfect. People go on crash diets and get all dolled up. When figuring out the ins and outs of the wedding, couples usually learn a lot about each other, specifically how they react to stressful situations.
Sometimes it can be a bit much, so letting out some steam becomes necessary.
Like this bride did when she trolled her groom-to-be by wearing a T-Rex costume for his “first look” at the bride.
“First Looks” usually happen when the couples get all glammed up for each other in their wedding regalia and then take photos to memorialize the beautiful moment when these two people realized the other has never looked so hot in their entire lives.
“He told me the bride was thinking of doing a first look… in a T-rex costume. I knew we had to encourage this thought, and so, we did exactly that. This couple was so fun as you can tell, and it definitely was a dream wedding to shoot,” videographer Jon Murray said in an interview with Fstoppers.
First looks are usually a lot less hilarious and more sappy, in case you were wondering.
Basically me whenever I get home and see the dude at Taco Bell put in an extra crunchwrap supreme without charging me.
It’s the time of year that you start to hear “happy holidays” from friends, family, and businesses whose mailing lists you accidentally signed up to five years ago. The Federal Bureau of Investigation, which gets billions in taxpayer dollars to protect us, is no exception. Except this year they didn’t really seem to put much effort into it. In fact, it looks like an intern spent all of five minutes on it. And that’s being generous.
In fact, it looks like an intern spent all of five minutes on it. And that’s being generous. Here’s how they wished their followers on Twitter happy holidays…
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