By now, we've all exhausted all of Facebook's potential. We check it out of habit, we update our profiles because we think that maybe someone we went to high school with will like our status. Let's face it: oh dear god it's boring.
All the more reason to enjoy these pictures from Reddit user Ryan Roy, who made it his mission to find other Facebook users with the same name, recreate their profile pics, make it his own, and then send them a friend request. The results, below, are fantastic.
(His pic on the right)
- Awesome Idea! Probably would have freaked me out, if I'd been a victim! Lol
- the last one, he has no ears for that :L
- this is gold :)
- How in the hell did he get up with this awesome idea?
- Did they accepted his request?
- The hilarious part is the fact that he looks actually pretty cool in he last picture, where as the original picture is pretty silly. Moral of the story ? Know what style you actually look good in and try to go with it.. rather than following the 'trends'
- "Post to Facebook"
- Ok, he needs to find Jim Becker.
- The guy in the second to last profile picture looks like he's from the Thumb Wars movies.
- STRAIGHT from reddit. That's where all the news comes from these days.
- This is Ryan Roy aka the Facebook Prankster. Glad you all enjoyed!
- I wish I was this self-aware and/or creative. It took me a couple weeks in to realize Facebook is a scary place.
- i thought i had time on my hands...wait, i do
- Did you know Ryan Roy is the frontman in a Canadian band called Georgia Sound?
- floggn hilarious
- last one is just amazing really fun pics more you can found at "http://lolthis.com"
- like Rita answered I'm startled that someone able to get paid $4738 in four weeks on the internet. did you look at this website cloud68.c0m
- Ya Need Help !!!
- • HERMADITE When Bill Maher presented his one-man show at the Virginia Theater in New York City a few years ago, before a sold-out audience of 1,500, he had an open mike at the conclusion of his 90 minute nonstop romp with comedy. The 4th and final question by media satirist Alan Abel: " Bill, do you think it's dangerous to have a wet dream under an electric blanket?" As the audience responded with waves of laughter and applause for 3:46 minutes, Maher, arms folded, could only remain stoic and silent (in the manner of Jack Benny). What a great belly laugh ending for his show! BTW Fred Willard showed his courage in letting it all hang out (no pun intended) on Jimmy Fallon's show. Now, with this kind of TV exposure, the whole world is waiting for Fallon to show pages from the popular humor book, "101 Uses For A Long Schlong." But don't hold your breath! http://www.mediasanctuary.org/movie/481
- darn...wish my name was Ryan so you would do me lol