Mom Goes Viral With Her Fake Social Media Perfect Life

(PCM) YouTuber mom Kristina Kuzmic is drumming a lot of viral buzz with her hilarious video about just how to “fake your perfect life on social media”! Ever since social media became all the rage, people began suffering from depression and other mental disorders caused by constantly comparing their lives to the lives of others on various social media platforms.

As it turns out, a lot of what we see on people’s social media feeds is nothing more that perceived perfection and much of it isn’t real at all. As Kuzmic shows in her hilarious spoof, many aspects of the so-called “perfect life” can be easily faked and she is here to show us how!

Kuzmic showcases everything from selfie etiquette to cooking and decorating tips. She jokes about getting rid of negativity in your life by not having any real-life friends at all and always making sure that social media takes the top priority.

Check out the hilarious (and scarily truthful) video below:

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Teens Camping Picture Was Photobombed By A Ghost

(PCM) Whether you believe in ghosts or not, you have to admit that the eerie apparition that appears in the back of this teen’s camping photo definitely provides some tangible evidence.  A woman named Jessica Ogletree posted a selfie on Facebook that was taken by her 13-year-old daughter during a family camping trip. The photo appears innocent enough until you come to the realization that the image of the black man, who is facing the camera, was not a friend who tagged along for the trip.

In the photo you can see a white man bending over facing away from the camera and the black man is facing the camera with a huge smile on his face. According to Ogletree, there were only two people in the photo when it was snapped: her daughter and her son who can be seen in the background! Ogletree’s post read:

FB FRIENDS CHECK THIS OUT! This picture was taken by my 13 year old daughter earlier today at Paradise (the fishing place) in Tifton, Ga. Notice my son Kolton in the background and then notice the gentleman standing to his right!!! Ya’ll this gentleman was NOT with them today and there was no one else at these back ponds where they were fishing! The only people there today were Haley, Kolton, and their grandparents Dennis and Vera Baldree. Haley was going back through her pictures and saw this and needless to say freaked out and called me lol! I personally think it’s pretty cool because today is Kolton’s birthday and he caught the biggest fish he’s ever caught! It looks like the man is happy for him!
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It can be assumed that the black man the appeared in the photo is definitely a ghost, but he does look quite friendly, so there is really no reason to be too frightened. Although, it is a bit creepy! Ogletree’s post has gone viral with many people sharing their opinions about the mysterious apparition. What do you think? Ghost or camera trick?

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Viral Meme Consists Of People Putting Cowboy Hats On Various Objects

(PCM) Yes, the internet is a weird place sometimes! The latest viral meme sweeping across social media consists of people placing cowboy hats on random objects and playing up the catchphrase “What in tarnation?”.

Yeah, we don’t really get it either, but the basic premise begins with placing the cowboy hat on a random object of your choosing and then attempting to somehow rhyme the “what in tarnation?” phrase to make it relevant to the object wearing the cowboy hat. See an examples below:

There seems to be fascination with the “what in tarnation?” phrase itself, which is generally a phrase of surprise or wonder used by people who reside in the American south or out west, however it was most popular in the days of cowboys. Hey, it’s never too late to bring it back, right?

The internet will truly meme anything!

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Man Vows To Eat A Photograph Of Jason Segel’s Face Everyday!

(PCM) No one really knows why a Canadian man by the name of Noah Maloney has vowed to chow down on a photograph of actor Jason Segel face each and every day, but he claims he will continue to do so until Segel agrees to eat a photo of Maloney’s face.

Yes, we know this is weird!

Maloney has already racked up over 477,000 views on YouTube, however he has yet to explain to anyone just why he is insistent that Segel snack on his face. He is probably just hoping for his fifteen minutes in the viral spotlight and it appears that he is succeeding thus far.

Maloney sent several tweets to Jason Segel revealing his plans and challenging the actor to participate. There has yet to be any response for Segel or his team. Sorry Maloney, looks like you might just being having dinner for one!

You can following Maloney’s face-eating saga with the hashtag #EatMyFaceSegel.

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New Dating App Spreads The Hate

(PCM) Forget the hearts and flowers when trying to get a date for Valentine’s Day, instead try bonding over things you mutually hate!  There is a new dating app on the way called “Hater” and rather than matching up users with their mutual loves, it instead matches users with things they mutually hate.

The app has users fill out a profile sharing their opinions about several topics and situations they find annoying ranging from politics and restaurant tipping to people who walk slowly or take too many selfies. It then matches you with someone who shares your mutual hatred for such things, therefore, at least in “Haters” opinion, creating a perfect match. You simply swipe down to hate, up to love, left to dislike or right to like.

The app was created by Brendan Alper who quit his job at Goldman Sachs to become a full-time comedian. He initially came up with the idea for the “Hater” app as a joke, but it seems to have spawned a ton of interest in the idea and decided it actually would be a genius idea for a dating app. It’s the idea of forgetting the warm and fuzzy and getting down and dirty right away.

The “Hater” app will officially launch on February 8th and is available in beta now for iOS, which times it perfectly for the upcoming Valentine’s Day holiday.  The Android version will be available later this spring. So be sure to spread the love …opps we mean hate!

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The Salt And Ice Challenge Sends Kids To The Hospital

(PCM) Listen up parents!  This is one of the many reasons you should be monitoring your children’s activity on social media platforms. The salt and ice challenge has once again resurfaced and is sending children to the hospital with serious skin burns all across the country. What may seem like two harmless household items, when placed together have the ability to cause a very serious skin reaction.

Salt has the ability to lower the temperature of ice and melting water to about 1.4 degrees Fahrenheit, so when teens are placing salt on their skin and then holding an ice cube on top, it is causing them to receive some very nasty skin burns. The kids are challenging each other via social media to see who can hold the ice and salt on their skin the longest and then sharing the videos across the net.

Many of the children participating in the salt and ice challenge feel that it is all harmless fun and games and fail to realize that they could ended up with scars on their bodies for the rest of their lives. They are not going to get proper medical attention until it is way too late and the damage has already been done. Teens will record the challenges and then post pictures or video to social media for proof or attention and to compete with their peers. One YouTube video posted of the challenge has over 7 million views.

Parents should be on the lookout for warning signs on their children’s arms or leg such as bruises or markings that look like burns. The salt and ice challenge falls into the same category as other ridiculous online challenges such as the cinnamon challenge where one has to swallow an entire spoonful of ground cinnamon in less than a minute or the gallon-of-milk challenge where one must consume an entire gallon of milk in less than an hour. You can only imagine how well those turn out in the end!

When will these silly challenges ever come to an end!

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