This anguished cinnamon roll is probably ready to be eaten already, but the internet is not quite done with it.
If you know anything about 'Suicide Squad', then you know just how METHOD Jared Leto is. Like, seriously, this guy is EDGY and it sounds like he spent most of his time on set just making sure everyone was clear on that. Now that he's out of costume, it seems like he had a hard time letting go of the Joker's trademark green color. After the Suicide Squad premiere this outfit became part of a glorious photoshop battle because, well, this is the internet. It's what we do.
According to the original photo caption, Kim Kardashian West took her husband and daughter with her to go shopping with Chrissy Teigan and John Legend. Kanye and North decided to take a nap at the furniture store and that's when Kim took this perfectly embarrassing picture. Then, the internet picked up the photo she posted and elevated its status to greatest napping photo of all time with just a little bit of Photoshop.
The users of Reddit's Photoshop Battles sub were very taken with this ancient humanoid. He may be a wax statue, but he clearly has a heart of gold. With some creative adjustments, they managed to build him a life in our confusing modern world.
Actress Natalie Dormer was snapped looking surprised about something, and as we all know, the internet can't leave anything unsoiled. Below are some of the best shops of open-mouthed Natalie Dormer. What did she ever do to deserve this?
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Don't mess with the shovel man.
When protestors and journalists rallied on a farm in Audon, a township in southwest France, to stop alleged poaching of protected finches...things got crazy.
As protestors began to destroy bird traps, one angry resident attacked them with a shovel while wearing some pretty snazzy underwear.
And then he became a meme.
Photographer Gaizka Iroz captured the original image, and is a hero to us all.
R/photoshopbattles is arguably one of the best subreddits on Reddit. And this proves it.
After a Redditor uploaded this photo of a very menacing little girl holding an owl, things got out of hand—as they should have.
Take a look at the best edits Reddit could come up with...