It’s important to know where to put your energy, and the following images will teach you exactly that how to do that. These wise web sleuths managed to successfully call out what they knew to be classic bogus content and keep the internet a safe and wonderful place.
The Great Outdoors
This woman put on her hiking gear and boldly set out for a hike in the great outdoors; she even has the triumphant-looking pose to prove it.
Unfortunately, the other side of this image tells another story, and her sibling was there to tell it.
People love clickbait, and this particular headline sure did create a stir. Who wouldn't want to take revenge on an unfair boss by smashing up their fancy car?
Well, whoever wants to may have to rely on their imagination because this video of a tractor smashing this slick-looking Benz is from a marketing campaign for an insurance company.
The Art Fraud
This promising young artist got accepted into the prestigious Disney College Program and even posted an adorable Disney-inspired drawing of her receiving the news.
If only we had the Disney-inspired drawings of her being busted. Luckily we have screenshots for that. Hopefully, the college program caught wind of this one and let the real artist in.
The Fuel Protest
Using powerful imagery to create change never hurts. But this poster that attempted to unite people in the fight against corrupt systems should have perhaps been a little bit more careful in their selection.
In reality, the mass fuel protest in Germany never happened, and this image is actually just from a traffic jam in China. It's the thought that counts.
Self Love-Hate Relationship
When looking back on our school days, some of us are pretty pleased with how far we've come. This woman sure is and is only too happy to let everyone else know about it.
Oddly enough, nothing was particularly wrong with her then either, as this ex-classmate pointed out. This ladies and gentlemen, is a classic case of "clout chasing."
Quality Control On Point
Leave it to the Redditors to cause an internet stir. When it came to this post of a faulty airplane, things could have very quickly spun out of control. Who would want to step into a plane with a broken window?
Thankfully quality control caught 'wind' of it immediately and set the record straight. Airline workers successfully traced the aircraft in question and proved that it was, in fact, in storage. No one got on that plane!
We love celebrities and tend to hang onto their every word, even if that word turns out to be false. The gossip mags certainly know that, which is why they have no qualms about publishing what often appears to be exaggerated rumors.
Irish actor Chris O'Dowd used his platform for good and challenged this post by the Irish Daily Mirror. As an Irish actor in Hollywood, we're sure he's only too happy to play American parts, and he definitely proved that with this reply.
Vintage photoshoots are all the rage, so when this Redditor posted a picture of his girlfriend's mother in 1970s, Bristol, some folks online knew what to look out for.
Here we learned that while the 70s did have some cool technological inventions like Walkmans and floppy disks, they still hadn't quite cracked the Fitbit.
Sounds Like News To Us
There are some big words in the English language, ones that require some serious dictionary time. Apparently, the word "news," which is supposedly an acronym, is one of them.
Or so this person thought. They didn't actually post any sources and perhaps just came to that conclusion by themselves. In order to halt the spread of some misinformation, the famous dictionary publisher Merriam-Webster came to the rescue.
Star Trek Scandal
Trekkies beware; there's some beef behind the scenes of everyone's favorite sci-fi show. The shows' executive producer Rick Berman claimed on Twitter that actress Denise Crosby gave him her communicator badge after the shoot of the finale "Skin of Evil."
That was over thirty years ago. But the actress decided to set things straight with what really happened and the truth, according to her, sounds far less sentimental.
Clock Those Hours
According to this chiropractor clinic, the amount out of hours required to get accredited is, in fact, more than what a medical doctor would need. If we were to believe every Facebook ad, then this post would perhaps be cause for concern.
Alas, unsurprisingly, someone called this ad out for being totally wrong. Our advice. Don't rail on other professions to try and boost your own. It's ok; there's a place for both doctors and chiropractors.
Giving a food outlet a bad review can be harmful, which is why many restaurant owners do not take these things lightly and strive to please their customers.
Apparently, receiving soggy chips was a big no-no, with the disappointment so great that nothing could rectify it, not even a new plate. The owner also felt it was necessary to point out why they were soggy in the first place!
When using public transport, it's courteous to give up your seat to those more in need, such as the elderly or the physically challenged, especially if you're young. Reinforcing this is great, but don't let grumpiness blur your vision.
This angry lady (who is not that old) felt super put out by these two youths taking up seats that she didn't even notice one was already available. It took an online comment to the point that out. Feeling silly yet?
Mom Knows Best
Most kids can't wait until they're out of the financial clutches of their parents, or at least they can't wait to boast about it, because let's face it, life is expensive, and a cool ride costs a pretty penny.
When this Facebook user's mom caught wind of their kid's post, she didn't hesitate to out him. It looks like it's time for that boy to move out.
Worst Place Ever
Jason was not happy with his experience at The Bierkeller and believed that it was literally the worst place he'd ever been to (and also a rip-off.) He felt so strongly about it that he had to write about it on Facebook.
Unfortunately for Jason, the reality is a little different. Perhaps he dreamt it or got confused with another place because it looks like the owner informed him of a pivotal piece of info - that being that the place was not even open yet.
Do the Math
This post is worrisome, partly because this 15-year-old is leaving school at their boyfriend's behest, partly because they seem a little young but mostly because it's completely fabricated.
An observant Redditor spotted some inconsistencies in this user's stories and rightly concluded that this is all purely for attention. It's important to keep track of your digital paper trail.
Captain Marvel News
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is a pretty well-developed one with countless narratives and characters, many of them getting their own films, sometimes a series of films. It's bound to create a stir among fans whenever a new one is set to be released.
But this fan page got over eager in its announcement of future Captain Marvel sequels. Who better to end the hype than Captain Marvel herself, actress Brie Larson.
Hey, I'm Alive
There have been horrible celebrity death hoaxes over the years. These are often brought on by trollers and spammers, but rarely is a verified publication behind such things.
When it came to this post about "The Fog," director John Carpenter, the popular movie site, seriously botched things up, he saw the fake news and took the liberty of correcting them. No one can verify this better than the man himself.
There are certain advertisers that will do anything to try to sell their product, especially if said product isn't a particularly good one. This teeth whitener is a prime example.
It took an observant Facebook user who spotted this ad to point out that while those teeth may have been whitened, it was not necessarily the product that did it. We might have to credit photoshop for this dental miracle.
Stick To Your Story
A lot of people love reinventing themselves behind the safety of a screen, but generally, they stick to one idea. It can get pretty messy to keep creating different identities, especially on a single social media account.
This Redditor must have forgotten their alias, or they were just seeking attention. Who knows, really, but they were definitely busted big time.
Where'd Ya Get That Sling?
It's great to get sympathy when you're feeling hurt; if you're really hurt, that is. For some reason, this Reddit user felt it was necessary to seek out sympathy from an attack that never happened!
What's stranger, she deemed a stock image for an Amazon sling ad as the most credible source of proof and simply blacked out the face to remain anonymous. Needless to say, she was caught out.
Someone Got Lost
There are countless manipulated images online. These images are tweaked and re-touched and turned into something else entirely. Then there are photos that are simply mislabeled.
When it comes to this famous wall in Pesaro, Italy, it wasn't hard to get to the truth. A native Italian spotted it in a second and reached out to correct the misinformation.
Don't Censor Me
When you're dealing with tech tycoons like Elon Musk, it's tempting for many journalists to spill the tea on all the ins and outs of the cutting-edge industry.
Unfortunately, this woman tried to accuse Musk of something that never happened. The SpaceX CEO made sure he got his point across about what goes public.
The Mysterious Disappearance
No, it's not Pacman-style pizza; it's just incomplete pizza! Or so we thought! This person posted a picture of their frozen pizza that very much resembled the image on the box.
Of course, anyone who is familiar with the brand, or any frozen pizza for that matter, knows very well that this would never happen. They clearly sliced out a piece, as this Reddit user wisely pointed out.
Not The Father
You can find some pretty bizarre stuff on Reddit message boards. In fact, one user just happened to be happily scrolling through when he came across someone that looked oddly familiar. It was him! And his son!
Thankfully the OP (original poster) had the screenshots to prove that whoever posted this was a total fraud. He (rightly so) called the user out berating him for trying to steal his identity!
Some Earth Day!
It looks like these environmentalists partied a little too hard that Earth Day. One might question their agenda if this is how they leave a public park. And we suppose that's exactly what the poster hoped to do. Get people to hate environmentalists. Why? Who knows.
His efforts were thwarted when a poster proved that this photo is not at all reflective of the caption. It's not even in California. This is the aftermath of a football tailgate party at the University of Georgia. Seems more fitting.
Read All The Reviews
When out dining, there’s nothing less appetizing than finding unwanted items in your food - especially when those items are fingernails and hair. Horrible. Thankfully we have Google Reviews to keep future customers safe from bad service.
Still, it's always important to read more than one review before making a decision. Here we have the owner responding back to this awful post by revealing that the restaurant is not even open. That clears that up.
Not This Time
Elon Musk gets into a lot of public scandals. It mustn't be easy to feel constantly targeted by the media. But that is what journalism is all about, after all.
On the other hand, we know certain publications do tend to opt for more sensationalist headlines. Musk was having none of that and called out Time Magazine for slacking on their fact-checking skills.
Vine Star Fail
Famous Vine star Thomas Sanders was so pleased when he discovered the folks who worked at the delivery place knew who he was. He was also grateful enough to reach out to the mystery person who wrote it.
He didn't have to look for far, though, since, as a fellow Tweeter pointed out, delivery instructions are given by the person making the delivery, in other words, Thomas Sanders himself.
Sometimes driving can be hard; this is why so many accidents happen. But when they do (if things aren't too serious), it's always a relief when the blame is on someone else.
This is why this screenshot is super cringy. This person was exposed, and now they have to deal with the embarrassment of telling that little "white lie."
In the Box
You can find tons of things on Facebook Marketplace. Some old, some new. Just make doubly sure you know who you're buying from. This guy thought he could get away with this little sales fib.
Little did he know that his face is right there in the thumbnail and unmistakably wearing the "new pair" of sunglasses he's trying to sell.
Pet: a domesticated animal that lives in the home, typically a dog or a cat. One should clear up their definition of pets before selling furniture that supposedly never had an animal on it.
That cat is right there in plain sight. How exactly did they think they'd get away with this? Well, we suppose they weren't really thinking.
Not a Shadow of a Doubt
A photoshop job? Fake squinting? Who knows. This guy's supposed shadow is on the wrong side of his body if he claims that the sun was in his eyes.
It looks like he got a lot of hate for this image, which is sort of understandable. The bigger question, though, is; what is so great about this photo in the first place?
Your Smart is Showing
This genius kid proved just how easy they have it. With their immense brainpower, they can calculate complex problems in their head. Electrons and nuclei? No problem
Unfortunately, they slipped, and a fellow scientist picked up the flaw and immediately corrected them. Someone with an IQ of 150 should be ashamed.
Fly Your Flag
Stephanie wanted to show her patriotism by calling out Ikea on their flag-hanging abilities. Ikea might be Swedish, but this is America, people, and they have to know that.
Unfortunately for Stephanie, this wasn't any shade-throwing on Swedens's part; this is just the law between two friendly nations.
When it comes to space innovation, America has often been one of the leaders in the game. As this post indicates, when Russia had its stab at it, their attitude was a little different and, ultimately, pretty damn smart.
But what internet trolls don't know is that there's really a whole complex history as to why the space pen was created in the first place. Thankfully this user put it out there and educated everyone.
A Good Christian
This woman loves The Rock, but as a lady who lives her life by the good book, his 'body markings' trouble her. Beliefs are important, and this lady wants him to know that.
But then along came this Facebook user and gave her a little bit of her own medicine. Yikes.
You Have 30 Seconds
Nowadays, hackers can work their way into just about anything. Surely some dude's iPhone is no biggie for this tech genius. We're not really sure about why, but this hacker was set out to destroy.
Luckily, the "victim" didn't flinch and calmly tested the supposed hacker until more than thirty seconds passed. It looks like it worked. If not, that hacker probably has some sweet pics of cute pigeons.
This woman has become the poster kid for weight-loss success. Unfortunately, countless random weight-loss companies are trying to cash in on that and use her photo without her permission.
If they're publically posting her photo, she can publically call them out, which is exactly what happened here. Hopefully, they got the message.
I Think Therefore I Am
This self-appointed English teacher took to the internet in order to educate the masses on the English language. They had a lesson to teach, and they were going to do it, dammit!
It didn't matter if they were right or wrong! A funny Redditor decided to educate them using this famous meme.
The Mountain Strikes Back
Ser Gregor Clegane, AKA The Mountain, is one big guy who easily towers the rest of the "Game of Thrones" characters. But back home, amongst his brothers, he's the short one. Except these guys are not his brothers.
The Mountain took to the internet and fixed this fake information, telling us that those guys are Icelandic basketball players. That explains the tallness.
Mark's Fave Film
It must be the greatest compliment in the world when the legendry Luke Skywalker loves your new action movie. If only that was the actual reality.
Hamil must have been super adamant about disliking the film that he took Twitter to confirm this fact. That "NOT" really drives home the point. Sorry, Zack.
Hanging With Harry
Running into celebrities can be crazy. It looks like this guy's run-in with Harry Styles at the Tigers game also made him $100 richer. Very cool story, bro.
But as it goes with mega-pop stars, they're definitely used to some outlandish stories of fans knowing them. Luckily Harry decided to let everyone know that this story was pure imagination.
False Banana Alarm
Spotting this secret banana message does look troubling at first glance. No one wants to see someone stuck supposed slavery in Bali!
While this looks troubling at first glance, this cry for help turned out to actually be a hoax, at least according to this avid Redditor. We can all feel relieved now.
That's Not Chicken
The fast-food industry in America has taken its lumps, and quite a number of them are deserved. Then there's this photo, which purports to show “mechanically separated chicken,” a pink slime that is used to make all the nuggets and patties for restaurants, and even that it contains everything from a chicken: bones, organs, and more.
Turns out its actually tubby custard from the kids' show “Teletubbies,” which is neither supposed to be chicken nor was actually eaten.
This fella wanted to send a kind message to the world, one that reminds all of us of what the Christmas spirit is really all about. What is it about? It's about giving, and with such a generous tip, he sure does give a lot.
Only problem is, this tip may have been a ruse and the copy of the check for the server may have a very different number written on it. We guess we will never know, but one thing is clear. We're calling nonsense on this Christmas post!
Emergency Facebook Status
It can be a frightening experience when faced with danger. The best thing we can do is remain safe and get help. But sometimes you just have to let your Facebook friends know what's up.
Like in this case where this person thought it was more important to update their Facebook status AND continue with the back and forth chatting instead of just calling the police. Are they bluffing or just addicted to social media?
Social media platforms are filled with fun little quizzes to take and share to your page. Of course, when it comes to social media, it's all very public, that is the point after all! So when this smart person decided their IQ test on Facebook, they seemed to have missed the results (written in giant letters.)
Unfortunately for them, it says it right there, twice in fact. We're not quite sure how they missed the written results but their IQ results might be indicative as to why.
There are so many know-it-alls on social media. Good and informed experts that post useful pieces of information for all use clueless folks out there, it's truly a service to humanity! This post demonstrates that beautifully.
These experts in the field thought they'd share their knowledge but at the same time open themselves to counterarguments. Did they expect that response? We think not! Fortunately, this PhD'er publically proved them extremely wrong while simultaneously pointing out their total lack of accomplishments. Burn!
When people post fake photos they tend to forget how traceable it is. If you got your pic from page one of Google Images, it's likely anyone else can too! Sadly this poster didn't think that through and tried to pass this image has their own original ink!
Wendy's knew better! Let that be a lesson, folks. If you're going to lie and post a false image that does not belong to you, make sure you jump to at least the fifth-page result!
Time is Money!
Conservative pundit Ann Coulter has issues with the drags of the seat selection process. Apparently, the whole procedure really cuts into her earnings, costing her a pretty penny!
But if there is anyone who gets this issue, it's Chris Evans, who really hates how he has to spend thousands of dollars on really any day-to-day activity such as teeth brushing. The troll award definitely goes to Captain America!
Art History Expert
Here we have ourselves a very confident Art History student who seems to have proudly crushed their professor during class. Note the specifics were not mentioned, which is already a red flag. Then there's this over-the-top story that sounds totally fake.
In case you didn't need the extra confirmation, someone came along and completely called bogus on this entire post. A fellow student who happened to be there during the whole ordeal.
Our fluffier friends often themselves in funny and cute positions that beg a snap of a camera. But sometimes we're so obsessed with their cuteness, as pet moms and dads we're guilty of staging such photos. It gets weird when we pass it off as real.
This one looks a little far-fetched that resulted from the unlikely scenario of a cat that actually went into the fridge without anyone looking and crawled into a pack of beers. One commenter felt the need to call them out.
People love nostalgic shots, scenes of places, and people that remind of us another time. But as they say, the more things change, the more they stay the same. This vintage scene from a supermarket for example is actually not so vintage after all.
Looks like our poster often creates a little social media stir with the fake posts. As they put it perfectly "why y'all always lying?" Really, why?
If we've learned anything, it's that people will go above and beyond for attention on the internet. This poster tried to make it look as if they innocently forgot to log out of their Facebook on a library computer and someone posted this flirty status to communicate with the owner of the account.
We would have all been inclined to believe it had it not been posted from a "mobile" account. Unfortunately for them, that little technical oversight made them just look very stupid.
Schools love it when their athletes show academic promise. These young baseball players showed just how invested they are in academic studies when they're not killing it on the field.
At a closer look, however, this star baseball player seems to be so focused on his studies he forgot a pen. He also forgot his notes. Could they have tried to just be a little more believable with this photo?
A noble decision we'll admit. This person felt that they could no longer participate in this industry and publicly (and proudly) declared their new vegan status.
While online they seem committed, that very day they chowed down a half chicken and half steak bowl at Chipolte. Let's hope they came to the life-changing revelation directly after their trip to Chipotle.
NPR Knows All
Many people will agree that Tupac Shakur left this world far too soon. So if you're going to say something negative about the rap legend, be prepared for the backlash, even if you're a media giant like NPR.
One commenter points out that the geeky radio station streamer is not exactly the authority on all things "cool" especially when it comes to old-school rap.
We have an inkling that this person skipped on their grade school biology lessons and didn't really get how to classify animals. If they knew anything about reptiles they would know that a fluffy squirrel just ain't one of 'em!
Perhaps they were confusing mammals with reptiles because a dolphin isn't a reptile either. Unless there are some newly evolved lizard squirrels and dolphins we don't know about.
People love jumping to conclusions about completely random things on the internet. Someone stated that this little girl grew up to be a successful French politician! How they got to that conclusion, we will never understand.
Thankfully someone set them straight as the two images have zero connection between each other. We also appreciate the link to the UNICEF report for extra legitimacy. The internet needs more heroes like that.
That Watermark Though
Our dear Rick wanted to show off his photography skills on Facebook. He's clearly been hard at work perfecting his favorite hobby! Who knew he'd get so good in such a short time?
Hang on. Unless he's marketing himself under the pseudonym Nick Boyer then we're pretty sure that photograph is not his! Oh, Rick! Always check the watermark. We hope Nick doesn't get any word of this. On the other hand, maybe they could partner up! Rick and Nick Photography? Rick can do the marketing.
Life of the Party
If by VIP treatment they mean partying alone in the comfort of their own home then sure, we'll take it! But if you're online saying that you're partying up a storm when you're actually in bed watching "Modern Family" well, we're not about that!
The cringiest part of this post is the 'friend' that outed them publically on Facebook. Yikes. While it's not great to lie online, looks like this poster needed a little bit of a social boost. Sigh.
Come On, Susan!
Dear Susan narrowly escaped some frightening lighting! Yikes! Just as well she made it home so she could snap this very professional and beautiful photograph of the skies. It's like that image is so good, you could actually go online and buy it!
Which is apparently exactly where she got it. You can even get it printed on a pillow thanks to Stacy Fortson, the creator of this work! That'll teach you, Susan.
It's Like Salt but Like Sugar
It's a very frustrating feeling when you've invented something new and groundbreaking but discover later that it's already been done. This invention for instance could have been a genius additive for food. Unfortunately, it wasn't because of this fella.
Someone thought it was necessary to put an end to this crazy sweet salt invention and show them a picture of a bag of sugar, or as this person puts it, "salt that is sweet that will flavor food sweetly."
Not So Great
“The Great Gatsby” has become a little more popular in the last decade, despite being written almost a full century ago. This fun Facebook interaction shows us that even if you're able to make fun of someone for something, that doesn't mean someone would throw it right back in your face.
Yes, the person making fun of others for having read the book hadn't actually read the book. Then again, he didn't say he had, he just said if you have you aren't special.
Dry, lifeless conversation aside, this picture includes a big no-no when it comes to relationships: lying. Babe number one wants to know what babe number two is up to. Babe number two is about to hit the hay, but babe number one knows the truth.
Who answers a question like this – supposedly between romantic partners – and ends it with “and you?”? If this interaction is real, well done to babe number one, but it seems pretty plotted to us.
He Drops the Knowledge. Somewhere Else
Everybody wants to get in shape these days, and for good reason. There are lots of people out there who say they know the goods on how to drop fat and burn muscle, including this guy.
But, it turns out he isn't interested in letting us know, especially since it seems like “Outside Magazine” used his picture without his permission. Still, he is in good shape, so a triathlon is probably a good choice.
Looks Like You Forgot Something
This guy has been working on his body, but anybody who has actually gotten six-pack abs thinks the picture is laughable. Getting shredded – such as the original poster is trying to say – is legitimate hard work and takes a lot of time.
More than the week he said it took him. The conversation goes back and forth, with nobody really buying it...and then someone points out his belly button has disappeared. Slam dunk.
Maybe It's a Nickname
Art theft is a pretty big problem on the internet. If there isn't any attribution on the image itself (and even if there is) and will be shared over and over again with attribution.
Or, as this person has done, claim the credit for themselves. One quick friend pointed out the problem. Sorry, Rebecca, but you just got called out.
It's Right There in The Picture
Two things about this. First off, the actual message is pretty sweet. Making symbols that signify lasting love has been shown to make love stronger (though how that is measured is beyond us).
On the other hand, the message says it took place in Paris, but the picture very clearly shows the Sydney Opera House past the chain-link fence. Maybe it was just symbolic of the symbol they had done? Either way, embarrassing.
At Least Go Down the Page a Bit
Showing off sick flips is a social media standard. For someone that has been training and practicing their skills on the powder, getting a good pic is a dream come true.
This is probably why this person decided to use a picture from Google images, and not an actual picture of himself.It's even a pretty old picture. The benefit of the doubt is this person wanted to show off the trick he pulled, even if it wasn't him in it. Or he's just a liar.
Meet Dave. He's Real.
Getting engaged is, as long as you're doing it right, one of the most magical moments of your life. Well, the original poster here (green) decided she didn't want to wait to actually get engaged to announce it on Facebook, and it's pretty clear she didn't think it through.
“Dave” comes out of nowhere, and the picture of him she posts is taken from somewhere else. We guess she just wanted the attention.
Tell Us More About This “Bieber”
One of the cool things Youtube offers is music. Lots of small artists and bands post their songs there, and plenty have discovered tunes they love just by letting autoplay go. But, when someone with the username “Biebersgurl4ever1” posts on a Bieber song saying she doesn't listen to JB, something doesn't seem correct.
Someone on Tumblr pointed out the inconsistency, and no matter what kind of music you listen to, it's good for a laugh.
Some guy or gal got it into his or her head to brag about flying to Zanzibar via jet. A very specific jet, from a specific company. And that specific company doesn't fly to Zanzibar.
It's one thing being called out by friends or family members, but being called out by the company itself? That's the kind of thing that will see a Twitter account go private for a little while. Or deleted altogether.
That Cake Isn't the Only Thing Getting Burned
One person on Twitter decided to bake a cake and accidentally dropped his or her phone in without realizing it. But one astute friend, who also posted the picture, pointed out the pictures the original poster showed posted that in their own Youtube video.
What could the response possibly be? If the original tweeter had any kind of brain, there wasn't one: just let it go.
Thought I Looked Cute, Might Delete Later
Ah, the noble selfie. We've all posted a pic or two to our Facebook or Twitter accounts with our best smile, best hair, and best outfit. But we usually don't then lie and say we posted it by accident.
One young lady put her best face forward and tried to pass it off as unintentional – until a friend piped up and pointed out that it takes more than one misclick to get a picture on social media.
The Rare Double Callout
Somebody wanted to hit the town and have a few drinks with their loved one. Nothing wrong with that. But there is something very wrong with lying to a friend to get out of coming to dinner.
She's going to need to do something quick to save face. Oh, and then the lie she told to her friend was refuted by her boss. Double oops. There's a danger in being close friends with your boss.
It Was on National TV, Bud
Here's something about guys you might not know: They don't get complimented that much. It's amazing how long they'll remember someone telling them “nice shoes.” This guy went a little too far trying to make up a story of someone paying him a compliment, and a friend realized the conversation was a little too familiar.
In fact, it was between two really famous people and was probably viewed by millions of people. Have to be more original than that, even if you want to feel handsome.