2021-04-05 16:27


Hilarious photos reveal netizens' VERY obvious editing fails

Some social media users have become experts in editing to make themselves look their best in photos - but there are always a few who take it that step too far. 

In one image, a social media user has edited his teeth to be whiter, but did such a bad job, he was ridiculed online.

In another picture, a man edited his legs to be so thin, they looked like they belonged to a stick figure drawing.  

Her face and the shadow...

Emmm the butt and the shadow...


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