Linda Robbins has made a name for herself on the Interwebs with her parody Flickr which featured 169 pictures of herself photoshopped onto a variety of bodies and scenes from supermodels to Gossip Girl screen captures and other recognizable images.
Though the photoshopping is admirable and humorous, it is the accompanying captions and comments which have garnered Robbins this level of attention. Each caption tells an imaginary story about what she was doing at the time the photo was taken, such as “Flapper: I found this costume my maternal great grandmother wore back in the 20’s and 30’s. Cute, huh?” Though the account is no longer available, these magnificent and hilarious images are in the Internet vault making people laugh one image at a time.
Fake Photoshop Supermodels
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