There really isn't any point in trying to secure your privacy these days. So you're probably not going to jump out of your chair when you hear that the British counterpart to NSA ran a program called "Optic Nerve" from 2008 to 2010 that involved capturing webcam images from internet users.
There are dogs that you can fit in your purse, but did you know that every dog can fit in a mug? Of course, this isn't literal. Using optical illusion of photography, the trick is to hold the cup in front of the lens with your dog in the background. On Instagram, this trend is called #muttmuggin.
Sure we could have named this post the 'Best Photobombs Ever', but we all know that wouldn’t be entirely true. Not that these aren’t funny, but there’s just so many other great ones out there that putting them all in one place would probably make our Fooyoh servers burst into flames...
Some of these items are normal for many Asian countries, but then there's the bizarre crocodile and pig faces and assorted dried reptile parts. It may be a shock to some, but this is what people eat in some parts of the world.
Have you ever been mutbombed? The new Instagram craze was started by Dallas Pets Alive (DPA). Its goal is to make Dallas a no-kill place while finding homes for healthy rescue dogs. Every city should have this initiative!
Coca-Cola's 2014 Super Bowl commercial hit the viral wave with its ad featuring 'America The Beautiful' being sung in multiple languages. The ad seems to have struck a nerve with some unhappy Americans, who didn't think it was appropriate to sing the patriotic song in any other language than English. The angry Internet folk even started a #boycottcoke hashtag on Twitter.
Want to see great GIFs? Then you'll want to check out James Kerr. He used Renaissance masterpieces and paired them with today's technology to make these pictures pretty damn interesting.
Kerr is a Montreal artist whose Tumblr, Scorpion Dagger, is full of GIF collages from paintings of the early Renaissance. But they lead contemporary lives. From pizzas to selfies to Google Glass. This is a revelation!
Johnny Benjamin was diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder at the age of twenty. It was difficult at that time and he just could bear it anymore. He decided to jump off a bridge. But the kindness of a stranger stopped him from doing so.