One online scammer’s attempt to con a Danish guy for some quick cash on Facebook messenger was foiled in a case of epic trolling with a little help from Adele’s “Hello” lyrics.
Frank Fleming Jensen from Valby, Denmark posted screenshots of his hilarious conversation on Facebook with the caption, “My newest Facebook friend apparently doesn’t like Adele.” In the post, Fleming showed how he effectively pulled off a quick prank over the scam artist dubiously named “Sandra Jones.”
A Twitter account has been exploding in popularity after putting out what looks like a normal photo of Adele, until you turn the photo upside down. As you can see, the image is actually just an optical illusion.
The twitter account, @turnyourphone has also tweeted out other photos of celebrities using the same illusion.
If you were already in love with Adele, be ready to love her even more. Recently, on the Ellen Degeneres show, Adele walks in on unsuspecting Jamba Juice workers and proceeds to do hilarious acts based on what’s said to her via an ear piece. Watch the video above.
Who knew Adele’s “Hello” could be sung in so many different ways and sound so perfect? Check out this video from YouTuber Ten Second Songs where he completely nails 25 different covers of the hit single in under 6 minutes.