If you've ever felt like your body doesn't look quite right, remember that you can use photoshop to make yourself look like an impossible monster.
A the glories of printed news and entertainment. An industry on the slow decline towards its inevitable death, and some of these might just be part of the reason why.
Don't get me wrong, I love printed physical copies of things. I maintain that books aren't the same on an e-reader as they are printed. That tangible feeling of flipping through pages is an important part of the experience.
The same goes for video games. Before consoles were connected to the internet, games were the same as printed media in that they were a finished product. What you bought was what you got, glitches and all. There were no patches or anything or ways to update the game, like printed media, the game was just the way it was.
Anyways, I'm prattling like an old fart about things even before my time. Here are some hilarious editorial mistakes that I'm sure the publishers wish they could edit and take back. Which is why I'm glad I work on the internet. If I screw shit up I can just go back and fix it.
Well...um, this is awkward.
The husband of a cop killed on 9/11 has returned his late wife's Glamour Woman of the Year award because Caitlyn Jenner was given the same award last week.
The man, James Smith, told The Post he mailed the posthumous award given to his wife Moira back to the magazine after hearing Jenner would be honored.
A rep from Glamour defended the magazine's decision to give the award to both women.
"We were proud to honor his wife . . . in 2001, and we stand by our decision to honor Caitlyn Jenner," a Glamour spokeswoman said.
"Glamour's Women of the Year Awards recognize women with a variety of backgrounds and experiences."
Ebony magazine unveiled the cover of its latest issue, and the striking image displayed is sure to start some conversations.
The November edition, named the "Family Issue," features a family photo from the Cosby Show with shattered glass squarely over the face of Cliff Huxtable.
This powerful image is meant to comment on Bill Cosby's flailing legacy as over 50 women have come forward with allegations of sexual abuse.
The November edition EBONY is all about the Black family, and some of our most complicated issues. A sneak peek: pic.twitter.com/ntL4qTrotV— EBONY MAGAZINE (@EBONYMag) October 15, 2015
"Now, some three decades later, as Cosby stands accused of sexually assaulting at least 40 women, Black America is left to grapple with his once-unimpeachable legacy," write Goldie Taylor in the cover story.
"If Bill Cosby is finished, what does that mean for Cliff, and the rest of the tribe called Huxtable?"
Paper Magazine has unveiled the cover of its Winter issue, starring Kim Kardashian.
And not to be out-shined by Keira Knightley's topless photoshoot for Interview Magazine, Kim's decided to go full butt.
The magazine says it used Kim to try to "break the Internet" (whatever that means) - but we're pretty sure that Ted Cruz is doing a good job of that himself.
"There is no other person that we can think of who is up to the task than one Kim Kardashian West. A pop culture fascination able to generate headlines just by leaving her house, Kim is what makes the web tick."
There are two versions of the cover, one of her oiled up and bending over to highlight her ass-ets, and one taken by French photographer Jean-Paul Goude to recreate his "Champagne Incident" shot.
Kim made a joke about this on her Twitter to help fuel the fire for the great Internet Breakage of 2014:
If for some reason you haven't already seen the images at this point, you can view both covers. including the uncensored butt version on Paper Magazine's website (WARNING).
And of course, she is already being meme-ed as well.
Kim Kardashian looks so much like a centaur in Paper Magazine, I figured I'd take it one step further. pic.twitter.com/Sh70yV43gE— Kelkulus (@kelkulus) November 12, 2014