Some redditors took a funny picture they found of a very unimpressed dog and created some hilarious edits.
Make a list and never follow up on it. That's the way to procrastinate. Luckily you can just as easily procrastinate with a bunch of hilarious lists. Win-win.
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...
The poor child was stuck with a raft on his head and the Internet saved the little dude from his struggle by turning him into a flying saucer, ocean monster, and even teaming him up with Sir Lancelot the Brave, Sir Galahad the Pure, Sir Robin the Not-Quite-So-Brave-As-Sir-Lancelot, and the aptly named Sir Not-Appearing-In-This-Film.
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.
As a kid, we've all lost something important on a family vacation. It can be an item as simple as a towel, or something catastrophic like your favorite stuffed animal. Things happen. It's all a part of growing up. That's why it was no surprise that there was such a HUGE response when Redditor kontankarite posted the following message : "Friend's son lost his favorite toy. Parents said the elephant is traveling around the world. Would love to share images of his travel with his son."
Worried you might subject your kid to unnecessary ridicule by giving them a needlessly unique name, or that their peers may hate them simply because you picked the "Jim Bob" of this generation? Spare them the torment by avoiding these "trashy" names as described by Redditors around the globe in response to the question "What name is considered to be trashy in your country?"