A woman, named Claire Huddleston, revealed she uses FaceApp to edit in a smile, which she admitted looks super "realistic."
Kim Kardashian's finger appears to flatten out, before returning to normal size as it passes by her ribcage.
The tenant revealed she'd recently moved into a new apartment and hadn't noticed how her furniture bulged in the mirror.
The picture shows a fin just outside a fence in a man's backyard, but some people think it may just be a hoax.
Ice Cube responded to Trump's since-deleted tweet with some serious shade after he tweeted kind words including a photo of Ice Cube and 50 Cent.
"The first thing I noticed is that Jack Nicholson and Mike Tyson are the same height as Magic and figured it was fake, lmao," one person tweeted.
Bryce Latimer still wore his school uniform to his first day of school in his awesome home classroom that looks just like a real first-grade class.
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Underwood announced that he's retiring, but some people on the internet were more interested in discussing his facial hair.
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The photo was confirmed as a fake in 2015. Gosar clarified he knew the picture wasn't real, but his "point remains to all but the dimmest."
"We only get 79% of the res men get for the same work...uh...photo."
Adobe is doubling the cost of the Creative Cloud Photography plan, raising it from $10 to $20, according to PetaPixel. The new price has polarized twitters artist community.
A government department edited the image to hide Scott Morrison's old sneakers.
"Amazing. I guess there is a magic wand to make things happen and @realdonaldtrump seems to have it," Trump Jr. wrote on his Instagram.
Russian viewers tuned in to watch the World Cup and were shocked to see a church had replaced the British Embassy in Moscow, among other changes.
Kim Jong Un complimented Russia but scowled for the cameras in a historic summit with Moscow's top diplomats. On Russian television, his expression mysteriously changed.
The photo was posted on the YouTube channel "UFOmania – The Truth Is Out There," and got more than 2 million clicks with the warning: "The creature's shape is striking."
Two images that were shot from the same viewpoint actually display different constellations.
Washington says the cover is "so different" from what she sees in the mirror.
President Petro Poroshenko becomes 2016's first unlikely cover star.