Let’s face it. It’s a cat’s world and us mere humans are simply living in it. So when they do certain things that we might see as, shall we say, undesirable, the only way to get back our power is to shame them on the Internet.
Unfortunately, cats couldn’t care less, as these pictures prove.
Can someone bring me a pizza?
We know that social media tends to romanticize certain things and what you see isn’t always that realistic (and if you didn’t know that already, I’m sorry to have to break it to you. Cats really can’t play the keyboard — at least not very well.).
This is especially true on Instagram, where getting the perfect shot is basically a requirement, especially when traveling.
I’m going to go out on a limb and say you weren’t invited to the Game of Thrones premiere this season. Don’t feel bad. Not many people were. But thanks to one of the awesome stars — Maisie Williams — who took her phone around to tape it all and post to YouTube, you can take a behind-the-scenes look at what the actress does leading up to the big event.
Once again, she proves she is awesome on social media.
It starts with her in her hotel room, completely without makeup and completely giving zero craps that she has on no makeup.
We all have those, "Well, I'm dumb" moments, some of us on a daily basis.
Facebook is a place to connect with pretty much every person you’ve ever met in your life that wants to tell you exactly what they’re doing throughout the day, and that sometimes includes your parents.
If you’ve “friended” Mom or Dad, you know that they can see everything you post, and vice versa.
Let’s just say, this isn’t always a good thing, but at least it’s funny to us…
Shake it off.
Have you ever wondered what would happen if you removed just one letter from a classic book title? Probably not, but you will now, and it completely changes the whole idea of the book.
But don’t thank me — as I’m sure you were about to, my friends — but rather the #RemoveALetterSpoilABook hashtag trending on Twitter.
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone
When it comes down to it, makeup is really an art. People use it to create an appearance of how they want to be viewed by the world. There’s nothing wrong with that, but it can often skew our reality.
Melissa Murphy, an LA-based makeup artist who has more than 118,000 followers on Instagram, uses her platform to show the power of cosmetics through powerful before-and-after pictures of people with and without makeup.
Not only does she show the pictures themselves, but also reveals just how much time and how many products are required to make people look like they do in films and magazines.
Take a look for yourself, as they serve as a reminder that what you see is often not what you get in reality.
Women Are Sharing Their Heartbreaking Stories of Non-Physical Domestic Abuse With a Very Important Hashtag
It's a startling statistic, but according to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, a woman in the United States is assaulted or beaten every nine seconds.
It can be hard choosing pictures for your online dating profile, which is why Redditor Tehcuda agreed to help his buddy out as a virtual wingman, of sorts.
Falling asleep on the job is never a good thing, especially if you’re the boss. Zeev Farbman, the CEO of Lightricks, learned that the hard way when his nap turned into a free-for-all for employees to Photoshop him into various hilarious scenarios.
I’m sure the poor guy works hard, but his employees were working a little bit harder…kind of.