It seems like captioning photos should be fairly straightforward, but there seem to be a lot of people online who can’t grasp the concept of the basics. This list of mislabeled pictures proves just how important it is to double check before you caption a photo. If you don’t, then you might wind up getting called out. But the Twitter account @Classic_picx seems to have mislabeled pictures down to a science. You won’t be able to pick just one favorite. Oh and in case you were wondering, this wasn’t done by mistake. The account is a parody of misinformation, but these label fails will definitely have you rolling on the floor.
Of course, rhino poaching in South Africa is no laughing matter. But this Twitter account really went above and beyond in terms of hilarity by posting a photo of Steven Spielberg sitting next to a wounded (but fake) triceratops.
But you have to admit, that the two do look alike. You probably thought those cute pups he was holding were Escobar’s attack dogs, but you’re wrong. And while Quinn has retired from professional soccer, Escobar has forcefully retired from life.
These goofballs totally confused the Wilson brothers with Kurt Cobain and Dave Grohl. Clearly, no one’s been doing their homework before posting these pictures. Hey! Maybe we’re all wrong, and this is just an image of Hall and Oates.
Actually, that’s Michael Jackson, but you didn’t need us to tell you that. The real Monica was probably out writing a book or selling purses while these two were getting acquainted. Who knows? Maybe MJ was Bill’s rebound.
Some might say that this post was ageist. But some of you had to double check to make sure this really wasn’t 60-year-old Madonna, who looks great by the way. But kudos to Iggy Popp for looking so cute with his Gucci purse and that fabulous dress.
But wait! Isn’t that Will Smith? And that “young female fan” who’s posing next to him looks an awful lot like Justin Bieber. Hold on a minute! It is Justin Bieber! He must have traveled back in time. This one will have you laughing so hard you’ll need to change your pants. If it helps, Smith did play Ali in a 2001 film.
Obviously, it’s a photo of Dave Grohl and Justin Timberlake, but Grohl’s hair is definitely giving us some Keanu vibes here. And who knows? Maybe they will go watch Keanu and Alex’s “Bill & Ted 3” together.
It’s clearly not Conor, so don’t believe everything you read on Twitter. On the other hand, the tweet doesn’t necessarily say it’s not Ed Sheeran either. Either way, prepare to throw your head back and laugh at the insanity.
Eminem and Kim Scott? Really? It’s actually former English soccer player Paul Gascoigne and his now ex-wife, Sheryl. But we're sure that Eminem didn’t mind being compared to someone else who was famous.
It turns out this isn’t Prince Andrew or Sarah Ferguson. We’re not sure if their wedding ceremony was televised to millions of people, but we doubt it. But you know, whatever. You stick with your Duke and Duchess, and this parody account will stick with theirs.
But did musician Dave Grohl invite his mommy Virginia to the 2004 Grammys? No! That’s fellow musician Steven Tyler. But we sort of see the resemblance in their noses and their hair, so maybe that’s why people confused Tyler for Dave’s mom.
George Osborne and David Cameron were like hand and glove and part of the British Conservative Party. But they were just friends, not twins. They also never offed someone as far as anyone knows. But if they did, they probably wouldn’t have owned up to it.
Edmonds is an English television presenter who’s 70. Chuck Norris is a martial artist who is 79. Edmonds probably doesn’t appreciate being compared to a man who’s his senior. But can he do a square side kick like Norris?
Of course, anyone who’s seen the first and second “Superman” films from the 70s and 80s know that that this is Nom, Zod, and Ursa, three criminals who were a total match for Christopher Reeve’s Superman.
In 2013, the Twitter account intentionally mistook actor Mel Gibson for the late Iraqi leader. Can you imagine the look on Mel’s face if a bunch of US soldiers showed up at his doorstep and tried to take him out? And we’re not talking about dinner here!
But it turns out that he’s neither American nor a singer. He’s English soccer manager Sam Allardyce. The resemblance to “Bat Out of Hell” singer Meat Loaf is simply uncanny. But can he sing professionally?
Actually no. But it’s definitely former British Prime Minister Tony Blair. Whoever this kid is, he is strikingly similar to a young Elijah Woods. It’s not, but the resemblance would fool most people.
Well actually, it’s June Brown and John Altman who played mother and son on the BBC soap opera “EastEnders.” But shame on all of you for thinking Keith Richards looked like some random old lady.
Obviously, this isn’t Karl Marx. For starters, the photo looks a little too good to be from 200 years ago. Also, this looks more like actor Buster Merryfield, who played Albert Trotter on the BBC sitcom “Only Fools and Horses.”