Russian Artist Sums Up What Instagram Is All About (6 Pics)

If you use Instagram regularly, you are probably familiar with the scenario. Someone has traveled to a scenic place, let’s say Rome. They want to show their followers all the beautiful sights in the eternal city – The Vatican, The Spanish Steps, The Colosseum. But do they, really? Usually traveling together with a long-suffering friend (who is mostly there to be a personal photographer), they faithfully tour the well-trodden path, looking not for historical and cultural inspiration but something far more important: a photo opportunity. They are feeling cute today! And so this ancient and atmospheric amphitheater – once used for savage gladiatorial contests at the height of the Roman Empire – is relegated to background fodder; a mere prop …

30 Funny Responses By Gullible People That Believed These The Onion Articles Were Real

‘The Onion’ is a satirical ‘news outlet’ that was created by Scott Dikkers in the late 1980s. In a speech at Marquette University in his home state of Wisconsin, Dikkers clarified that satire and fake news are completely different. “It’s satire. It’s totally different from fake news, and it bothers me when those fake news organizations are basically out there printing lies or propaganda label themselves satire.” Fake or not the following list of people who allowed themselves to be duped by ‘The Onion’ shows just how little research people do when it comes to their news sources. “If ‘The Onion’ ever wrote a story that fooled people, that was an accident, and that was because they didn’t know better,” …