Although it’s hard to believe, some people use Instagram for more than pictures of their breakfast or their latest workout selfie. There are a million beautiful places across America the beautiful, and BuzzFeed found the places that were Instagrammed the most in each and every state in 2015.
In The Wizard of Oz, one of the pivotal moments is when Dorothy suddenly steps out of the shadows of black and white into a colorful land. It was literally a whole new world for her, and for all the viewers.
The same can be said for old photos. We see them in black and white, and it’s easy to forget that life back then was experienced in the same vibrant colours that surround us today.
But thanks to the people of Reddit, specifically the r/Colorization subreddit, we no longer have to wonder what it might look like. The principal contributors are a mix of professional and amateur colorizers and restorers that bring historic photos to life through color, and while we can’t be sure that those hues are exactly as they were at that time, it’s close enough to give us a solid idea.
There are certain things that are sacred — family, friends and, of course, pizza. So when a grave offense is committed against the cheesy deliciousness that is sliced into perfect love triangles, the world must be made aware.
That was the thought behind the epic Twitter tale from user @sad_tree, who had the misfortune to witness this latest crime while working at Philadelphia Style Pizza and Subs.
A customer named Smith would come in, order two pizzas, and well, that’s where the tale picks up..
Do you swipe right? Swipe left? Have no clue what I’m talking about? Tinder is the dating app that “empowers users around the world to create new connections that otherwise might never have been possible.”
You can anonymously scope out pictures and profiles, send a message, and if both parties swipe right, you can chat and live happily ever after or whatever might come next.
Needless to say, with over 1.4 billion swipes and 26 million matches per day, over 9 billion matches since 2012, things can get repetitive and boring. So how do you set yourself apart from the crowd?