This is What Happens When You Ask The Internet To Help Edit Your Vacation Photo
Be very careful when you ask someone on the internet to photoshop something for you, because you might just get what you asked for. This is the story of Instagrammer Sid Frisjes who loves taking purposely bad tourist photos and captioning them with the hashtag “#NailedIt.” Frisjes recently went to Paris, where he took another signature photo fail trying to touch the top of the Eiffel Tower.
His photo somehow ended up on the anonymous image board, 4chan. Helpful “Photoshop experts” then began responding to his request with retouched photos that show exactly what he asked for — albeit in bizarre and humorously creative ways. As is common with this sort of thing, the images just got more and more strange as time went on.
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