This Russian Guy Hilariously Photoshops Himself Into The Daily Life Of Emily Ratajkowski – Design You Trust

This Russian Guy Hilariously Photoshops Himself Into The Daily Life Of Emily Ratajkowski

Most celebrities aren’t exactly known for hanging around with ‘average’ people, but for this guy, they make an exception. Meet Max, the russian guy and a photoshop troll savage. He spends long, cold winters in Russia photoshopping himself into ridiculous situations with Emily Ratajkowski.

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