People Are Taking WikiHow Images Out Of Context And Adding Their Own Funny And Dark Captions – Design You Trust

People Are Taking WikiHow Images Out Of Context And Adding Their Own Funny And Dark Captions

We need not mention that WikiHow is one of those blessed online databases that help to keep our lives on track with how-to instructions. It’s somewhat obvious. But let’s talk about the elephant in the room: the very niche instructables it aims to cover beg for very niche illustrations. As a result, WikiHow has become as known for its weird as hell illustrations as for its content.

No wonder its often ridiculous portrayals have gained a cult following online and paved the way for one of the most entertaining subreddits out there. Welcome to r/DisneyVacation, a Reddit community that has nothing to do with Disneyland or vacations.

“It’s for weird, terrible, terrifying or bad illustrations from WikiHow,” says the description, but that’s just half of the fun. Another half is the fact that they’re “captioned for your amusement,” and let me tell you, amusement is an understatement.

More: Reddit h/t: boredpanda

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