There have been some odd Oreo flavors in this lifetime, but fried chicken is not one of them. This hoax started when Instagram user moorestyle10 posted the image. Sorry folks, sweet chicken tasting cookies are just not a thing...yet.
This picture (obviously Photoshopped) shows a house installed on a ship's helipad. The boat is actually a VARD Offshore Subsea Construction Vessel, with no house on its helipad. The image was created by a Norwegian construction firm for a campaign.
Yes, a strange thing does happen when lightning hits sand. No, this image isn't what happens. When lightning hits sand, fulgurites can form. What you see in the image is not a fulgurite. In reality, it is a piece of driftwood with sand piled on top of it. It was created and photographed by Flickr user Sandcastle Matt.
This picture is a photo mock up of a special concept collection. Designer Ferruccio Laviani aimed to create furniture "which seems to have been 'deformed' by a strong jolt or by swaying movements." The final product in his Good Vibrations Collection was quite different.
Biologically speaking, black lions are not impossible. There have been several reports of black lions, but I'm sad to report that this picture is actually one of a white lion. Through photo manipulation its true color was changed. The original was posted at cutethomepets.com. "PAulie-SVK" later transformed it into a black lion and posted it on deviantart.com.
This is a Moon Melon, also known as asidus. It grows in some parts of Japan, and is obviously known for it's blue color. It's not just sweet, it's also salty and it might taste like an orange at times. Oh, and it costs ￥16000 JPY ($200 dollars). Ok, if this doesn't already sounds ridiculous, then you're on your own. Sorry folks, it's just a regular melon that has been photoshopped.
Can we all just take a minute to appreciate the fact that this is 100% fake. The largest spiders in the world only get as big as a human hand. I'm not sure that fact makes me feel any better, but it's the truth. The photoshopped image was created by artist/photographerPaul Santa Maria after he took a picture of a Wolf Spider outside his house. After he posted it to his Facebook page, it only took a few hours to go viral.
As you can see for yourself, the first photo is the phony one. The last two photos were combined to create the infamous fake. As patriotic as this may look, the Alaska governor did not pose in an American flag bikini.
This image is fake, lenticular clouds are not. The original photo of the mountain, taken by Mark J. Madigan, only has one layer (the bottom one) of the cloud. Even though it's beautiful, the rest of the layers aren't real. If you want to see what real multiple layers of lenticular clouds look like, search for Mount Sasha!
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After all these images I hope you have all learned a valuable lesson: Don't believe everything you hear (especially if it's on the internet). I'm not saying reincarnation is impossible, but I am saying I choose to believe this is as real as the Angolan Witch Spider!