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There's something really wrong with this Victoria Secret photoshop.
Via: Victoria Secret
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Take a seat, Victoria's Secret. We need to talk.

Wait, it looks like you already took a seat.



The underwear seller thought there was nothing wrong when they posted this picture to their Facebook page. Obviously, their overeager graphic designers took more than their fair share away from this model.

Her left leg just keeps on going.

What makes the post even funnier is that Victoria's Secret shared it with the sub heading, "Truly. Madly. Cheeky."

The commenters weren't having it.











This is definitely not the first time that Victoria's Secret has let one of these beauties out into the wild.

Photoshop Disasters has quite the collection.









Come on, people. There are plenty of tutorials.

Via: MyFox8
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Several young women (and this only happened with young women, mind you), were surprised to find this week that their yearbook photos had been altered by Wasatch High School staff to appear more modest. Necklines magically rose up and once bare shoulders are now covered by hack-job Photoshop work.

Even better is the non-apology apology issued by superintendent Terry E. Schoemaker: "We only apologize in the sense that we want to be more consistent with what we're trying to do in that sense we can help kids better prepare for their future by knowing how to dress appropriately for things."

Here are a few more of the photos in question, courtesy of MyFox8:





Hat tip to Uproxx.

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The Best of the Road Raging Lady


"Road Raging Lady is a photoshop meme based on an image of an irate woman standing in the middle of a street yelling at another driver for allegedly honking to signal that the light is green. "

Read more about it over at Know Your Meme!

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Via: The Guardian
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Have you seen Angela Merkel?

The Announcer (HaMevaser), a small orthodox newspaper in Israel, has removed all female world leaders from a photo at the rally against terrorism last weekend in Paris.

Missing from the image is Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel, Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo, Denmark Prime Minister Helle Thorington-Schmidt and European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini.

Here is the original photo:



"Including a picture of a woman into something so sacred, as far as we are concerned, it can desecrate the memory of the martyrs and not the other way around," said editor Binyamin Lipkin.

In the ultra-orthodox community showing women in photos is typically a big no-no, due to modesty concerns, and Lipkin said he was worried about what children might think.

Altering a news photo at a march focused around issues of censorship and free speech is bad enough as is, but the paper's photoshop skills aren't that great either.

Here's a closeup shot of a stray black glove, with no body attached.