When Harry Met Sally
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Not only is actor Chris Pratt known as the star of Parks and Rec and Jurassic World, but he’s also known as being one of the coolest guys around.
When he was in the market for a new header for his Facebook page, instead of hiring some fancy designer, he decided to do a contest with his fans (plus, as he puts it, he doesn’t know Photoshop).
He asked only that the image feature his most famous characters — Peter Quill, Owen, Andy, and Emmet — as well as “eagles, American flags, guns, cool ford raptors, cigars, explosions” and “some cool guns or rollerblades,” among his other favorite things.
Along with Pratt noticing (and mentioning) you as the winner, you might also get “a free dinner at Applebee’s or something like that.”
Needless to say, Pratt fans fired up their computers and started creating, and Pratt is personally looking through all the submissions himself. Although the winner is yet to be announced, here’s a selection of the best and weirdest so far, but be sure to visit Pratt’s page to check out the rest — and maybe enter your own.
Dating is hard. Theoretically online dating should make things easier (you don’t even have to leave the house to try and find a date) but in reality, not so much. It’s shocking, but people can actually exaggerate their profiles online. I know. Outrageous.
That’s where Tinder comes in. If you’re not familiar, the app forces users to make impulse decisions based on physical appearances to engage in a conversation. If you like what you see and read, you swipe right to chat. If you don’t like what you see, swipe left.
Easy enough and, after all, what quality relationship doesn’t start with physical appearances and phones?
I don’t think I’ve ever experienced having to sit on hold with customer service and having patience at the same time. I understand it’s a very difficult job and they deal with a bunch of, shall we say, “difficult” people, but see previous sentence. People don’t generally call them because they’re so happy.
With that said, there is a parody Facebook customer service page — WeHopeThatHelps.com — that responds to customer complaints on brand pages. Even though they don’t represent the company getting complaints, their comments are rarely deleted.
The only explanation is that they’re hilarious and they’re also saying what real customer service people wish they could say but that they can’t because it wouldn’t be professional.
And let’s be honest, who wouldn’t want to say this?
Senior citizens were raised in a time before even basic telephones were a household thing, so you really can’t blame them for being confused when it comes to using “The Facebook.”
But for those that gave it a shot, we are eternally grateful for the LOLs — even if they don’t really know what that means.
NO NEED TO SHOUT, GRANDMA!
A few weeks ago, photographer Meagan Abell was thrift store shopping in Richmond, Virginia, when she came across a box of film negatives. Curious about the images, she bought the negatives, took them home, and scanned them…
And was absolutely stunned by the photographs’ beautiful, moody atmosphere.
The devastatingly gorgeous results show two young women, bathed in the rosy, golden light of the setting sun, standing on a beach, and walking into the ocean.
Unfortunately, the owner of the thrift store has no idea where the photos came from though, judging by the style of dress, Abell’s best guess is that they were take in the 1940s or 1950s. She thinks the film is most likely 60mm, and may be Kodachrome.
But beyond that, the incredible photographs and their subjects are a total mystery.
So Abell turned to Facebook to help her solve the mystery. Using the hashtag #FindTheGirlsOnTheNegatives, tens of thousands of people have shared the images and are busy searching for the mystery women…
And, so far, there have been a few developments.
Four months ago, Australian comedian Adam Hills decided to share his diaper changing experience with the Twitterverse, coining the term #smelfie.