The internet can be a beautiful place, but it is also home to notorious and naughty trolls who like to joke around and make fun of people. This makes the internet the last place you would want to ask for help to edit your photo, something that this poor girl found out first hand.
Iris Yeoh learnt her lesson about trolls on Malaysia Day last week when she posed for a photo in front of McDonald Malaysia’s “Mekdi” store at Bukit Bintang. In her photo, it can be seen that a stranger accidentally walked into the shot, ruining the picture for her.
So what did she do? She went on Facebook for help. Not the wisest thing to do these days but safe to say we do enjoy the creativity of the people who volunteered to help her.
1. Girl turns into a K-pop group
2. The photo bomber becomes the main focus of the picture
3. The “I’m not forever alone” edit
4. M For Mahathir
5. The only edit that matters
6. The Face Swap
7. Happi Polla cameo
8. Malu Apa Bossku?!
And finally, just when we thought the internet was an evil and cynical place…
10. The real deal!
Speaking to WORLD OF BUZZ, she shares that she was very surprised how her picture suddenly went viral.
Malaysians, we got skills! What do you think of the edits? Check out the full post here.
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