A muscular Japanese man recently launched a stock photo website containing pictures of himself and other hunky men doing random, everyday tasks all while shirtless.
David So has demanded Instagram to “suck [his] nuts b*tch” after the social network giant took down the Korean American comedian’s photo showing him lying on a sofa spread eagle.
So took his frustration to Twitter, where the original photo can still be found.
Takumi Nakau, a very handsome Japanese YouTuber who is being described as what a “modern handsome Japanese dude” would look like, recently blew the minds of his fans after sharing a dorky picture of himself taken when he was still in high school.
Presidential hopeful Andrew Yang is the real OG of #YangGang, and his recent post on Twitter revealing his old yearbook photos is the latest proof.
Loose, baggy clothes with semi long hair split in the middle are just some of the few fashion trends that young men sported a few decades ago, and Yang, a candidate running for the 2020 United States presidential election, was apparently very much into what was considered hip at the time, judging by the photos he shared on his Twitter on Thursday.
A female tourist was slammed by a powerful wave as she was posing for a photo at a rocky beach coast in Bali, Indonesia.
Footage of the incident, which surfaced on Facebook over the weekend, soon became widely shared on Chinese social media platforms.
The stock photo the internet has come to know as the “distracted boyfriend” meme for all possible purposes may have found its real-life version.
Trishna Pema, 16, visited Venice, Italy with her sister last month.
A man taking pictures of an Asian woman’s legs from under his table inside a California mall was caught red-handed.
Janelle Foronda, who just graduated from high school, was out with a companion at North County Mall in Escondido, California when she noticed a woman taking pictures of her surrounding area.
A feeding program sponsored by the local government of a province in the Philippines is getting some attention on social media for all the wrong reasons due to an unfortunate gaffe.
Netizens have been poking fun at the event’s banner which bore the program theme, “Gift Giving, Cum Feeding” — a title kind of befitting a cheesy clip from Pornhub.
Professional photographer Mehmet Genç photographed women from various indigenous communities to see how they would react when told they are beautiful.
Genç, a Turkish travel photographer, goes by the name of Rotasiz Seyyah which roughly translates to nomad without a route. He worked for six years is IT in Istanbul before quitting his job to pursue his passion of photography.
There is a photo that is, once again, stumping the Internet.
This innocent image of what appears to be a white coffee table on a flower rug, has caught the attention of netizens. Apparently, there is a well hidden and hard to find object in it.
People are flocking to this photoshop guru for help with editing their not so perfect Kodak moment.
The photoshop master James Fridman is known for giving people exactly what they ask for.
In Kinfolk Magazine’s latest issue, photographer Aaron Tilley and set designer Kyle Bean were asked to create a photo series designed to evoke a sense of tension and anxiousness “In Anxious Anticipation.” Check out the photos below and see if they stress you out.
Tilley told Mashable that the photos were made by taking “two everyday elements in each scenario and placing them in a paused point of time, just before they interact with each other and cause an accident, or trigger an event that would get your heart racing.”