When Facebook and Instagram crashed yesterday for 14 hours (!), these users needed to get their meme fix and did so in text format! Try to see if you could decipher each meme!
It's Barbie's 60th Birthday and we thought it would be great to celebrate it with this hipster barbie Instagram accountwho does a great job of mocking the unoriginal, stereotypical and tremendously "authentic" posts that we see on Instagram every day.
We recommend following this Instagram accountas the illustrations and titles go together perfectly and they cover such a wide range of topics. Dating, dieting, trying to make friends as an adult without coming off like a desperate creep. Like we said, relatable.
Kirby might not have the 102+ million Instagram followers that Kendall has, but he's still built up an impressive fan base by Photoshopping himself into various pictures of the fashion model and TV personality. Check out some of our favorites below to see why he's our favorite unofficial member of the Jenner family.
It's a magical day that will go down in history. The internet banded together for a common cause; making an egg the most liked photo on Instagram. It all started when a user on Instagram realized the most liked photo was that of Kylie Jenner, and her daughter, Stormi. The unknown user (and internet hero), decided enough was enough. We all needed to take control. And thus, the egg was born. @World_Record_Egg has since obtained 2.7million followers and the title of "Most Liked Photo" of 26.3 million (and counting). Join the #EggGang today to ensure this record!
We see daily photos of celebrities or friends who seem to be far from reality in social media. Many users perceiving the "falsehood" in the photos are inspired and play with these situations. This time it was Geraldine West, who lives in Cologne, who decided to make the series of photos called "Instagram and Reality", which shows in a ridiculous way the beautiful photo in real life.
Malaysian Wire Hon creates fun scenes with superhero dolls from the Marvel and DC Comics franchises using only his smartphone. According to his Instagram– "everybody needs a hobby…" and he couldn't have done a better job at choosing his own, for it is incredible and fun! The screenplay involves the whole family – his wife and children are always on hand lest their participation is required. 30 minutes is all the time it takes for Wire Hon to capture a shot of a carefully staged scene, before it is posted on social media.
Lesya Guseva is an extremely creative Russian artist. She has taken us through time and space and created a series of illustrations called "Pensioners" in which she gives us a sneak peek at some superheroes, heroes, and even some villains, and what their retirement future might hold for them...