This Restaurant Just Keeps Trolling Peta Online with Constant Savagery


If you’re a fan of online Twitter drama (who isn’t?) then you’ve probably come across this amazing beef between Jimmy’s Famous Seafood and PETA.

The animal rights organization has been thrashed online by the seafood restaurant in a series of hilarious tweets.

And now, Jimmy’s is back on the case after PETA posted this tweet urging people not to engage in “speciesism.”


The animal justice group got on the nerves of tons of Twitter users after tweeting out this handy-dandy graphic urging people to alter some common and long-standing idioms with more “animal friendly” versions.

The idea is that this kind of conscious change will change our collective cultural mindset to take a more animal-friendly stance and ultimately phase out eating animals and using animal products entirely. So, if you say “bring home the bagels” instead of “bring home the bacon” you’ll want to stop eating fatty, skillet-fried strips of pork fat.


They upped the ante by comparing the same “bacon” phrase with using racist or homophobic slurs. By that logic, people who say they “freaking killed it” at work are at a higher risk of becoming murderers or promoting murder in society. If we get rid of this phrase, perhaps murder will become eradicated in the near future? One can only dream.

While I can’t speak for everyone, that idea sounds utterly ridiculous to me, and there were tons of other people on Twitter who agree. They were more than happy to serve PETA some high-quality roasts.


Because of the pedantry on display in PETA’s tweets, people were quick to give them a taste of their own medicine. If the animal rights organization wanted to go all “Um AHCTCHUALLY” online, then they were getting it served right back to them.


Even though there were tons of people who were more than happy to pile on PETA, Jimmy’s Seafood Restaurant’s response was probably the best.

People kept tagging the restaurant online, begging them to respond to the much-maligned tweet. The restaurant finally did, letting their fans know a roast was heading PETA’s way.


When crafting an expert mock-tweet, it’s almost always better to clap back at someone using their same wave-length or terminology if you will. Which is exactly what Jimmy’s did when they created some alternative phrases of their own.


In a final, beautiful touch, they even decided to link to a tragic instance of PETA putting down a beloved family’s pet by accident, a casualty of their extremely aggressive animal euthanasia policies.

As glorious as their reply was, it isn’t even the best they’ve come up since their rivalry first began with PETA. On several occasions, the animal rights group would post an ad online, only to be shredded by Jimmy’s for it.


Because of their strong Twitter game, Jimmy’s has also become a huge target for vegan users who don’t like the fact that they’re constantly praising the consumption of animals. Specifically, when they tag PETA in photos of cooked turkeys.


Fans of Jimmy’s are also going out of their way to troll PETA. Like this dude who suggested the original anti-Jimmy’s billboard was an actual advertisement for the local restaurant.


The restaurant also chimed in on other “outrage culture” pieces as well. Like the eye-rolling HuffPost piece about how “problematic” Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer is and why people shouldn’t watch it.


I appreciate the fact that they’re willing to diversify their roast portfolio and that it’s not just isolated to PETA — though I do love the way they slaughter their tweets. Keep the social media game strong, Jimmy’s.

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22 Photos That Prove Trolling Is an Art

In order to make a good parody, you need to have more than just a good sense of humor — you need to be able to see the similarities that others don’t notice. The people from this article managed to notice similarities between a clothespin and a famous logo and between toilet paper and a cartoon character.

Bright Side is amazed at how imaginative and inventive people can be.

This father recreates his daughter’s Instagram photos:

When you are out of money and you still have to shoot the intro:

When you are too lazy to go to the UK to see Stonehenge:

When your kids are too young to choose their costumes and you take advantage:

Fix this already!

Great cosplay

Pulp Fiction is back.

Some things just don’t change…

So this is who found Nemo…

This is how you make a truly memorable roller coaster photo:

When you want to go to Syndey but you have no money:

Recreating a famous meme

Liam Hemsworth and Jeff Goldblum dressing up as ’90s Rock might be the greatest photograph in the history of photography.

An easy way to make your neighbors go insane

“My son pledging his allegiance to the Empire.”

“My fiancé is growing her hair out for the first time in a while and I think the resemblance is uncanny. I lovingly present ‘Chic Harry Potter’”

So this is what their logo means…

And some logos are so cool that you want to recreate them!

Feed your bike, sit on the dog, and go.

“You better be scared.”

“Driving around in a Forza Horizon 4 & I come across the Windows XP Desktop.”

How do you like this Hollywood?

Bonus: Having fun underwater

Which parody did you like the most? Tell us in the comments section below.

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23 Fashion Overlords Who Totally Messed Up (Or Are Just Trolling Us on Purpose)

Lady Gaga once said to James Corden that the whole point of her past extreme clothing choices was “to be unfashionable.” That’s probably what many designers keep in mind when creating a new fashion line. Sometimes, high fashion creates extremely outrageous trends and suggestions that people follow just to stay in the game. But, do they really like these creations or do they simply just want to troll the fashion industry?

Bright Side collected some of the most outrageous clothing choices that people made.

1. Posing for Vogue

2. Because men want to cover their breasts too.

3. Just because you wear this on the catwalk, it doesn’t mean you don’t look crazy.

4. A pair of jeans that opens from all sides.

5. Caution: do NOT wear it in extreme weather conditions.

6. For those who really love ramen noodles.

7. Balenciaga has been trolling us for the past couple of years.

8. Wanna be a reindeer? Here’s your chance.

9. For men who sweat a lot.

10. No need to buy bait when you go fishing.

11. Who said that you can’t be fancy at the beach?

12. Balenciaga’s proposition for purse protection from the rain:

13. This saves you the trouble of finding the right shoes:

14. When you have a great body, you have to show it.

15. My answer when someone asks if I like pizza:

16. The perfect person to sit in front of you at the cinema

17. If you can’t eat it, just wear it.

18. Christmas is coming.

19. How can these models keep their faces straight?

20. Nice pocket placement

21. Do you really need to order verbally at any Chinese restaurant?

22. You Royals don’t stand a chance.

23. A button-down shirt and jacket at the same time

What’s the craziest outfit you’ve seen someone wearing in public? Please share your stories (and photos if you have them) with us down in the comments section.

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This Artist Offering "Free Portraits" Just Gave a Master Class in Trolling


We all know that one person who, after finding out you work in X industry, is always asking for free help or services that you otherwise receive compensation for on a daily basis. Artist @jonarton, who showcases a lot of his work on Instagram, has found an interesting way of getting back at folks like this by offering some free portraits.

I don’t know who raised these people to be so brazenly forward in expecting you to do something for them for free, especially when they have no relation to you whatsoever and you’re just meeting them for the first time, but there are some industries and occupations in which people feel more comfortable asking for free work.

For some reason, artists, illustrators, painters, etc., must give off this air that they’ve got nothing better to do with their lives than handling free commissions for strangers on the internet all day, because there are tons of “customers” who either want to pay them less than minimum wage for their work, or nothing at all.


But Jon, after getting a sizable following on Instagram and probably being fed up with the number of requests from randos asking for free drawings, decided to play a little trolling experiment on them.

And like any amazing prank, he set it up as something completely wholesome, with underlying tones of sarcasm. It, thankfully, lured a bunch of people who wanted something for free into his inbox.

As I’m now over 45k followers I thought it would only be right in giving you, the little people something back.
My DMs are full of free drawing requests so I thought, why not do a few more!
Nothing gives me more pleasure than offering a few down-and-out people who can’t afford a piece of art the opportunity to own something priceless. I imagine these stunning pieces will be passed down from generation to generation as one man’s (me) example of selfless generosity. I don’t expect adoration or applause all I ask from you is a handful of likes, a few follows and maybe some comments such as “lol” and “this Jonarton guys real swell!”
Thank you all! 


I can only imagine the satisfaction that Jon received when this person, who knows that he’s capable of crafting some amazing art, received this little doodle of Harry Styles. I’d like to think that the DM’er, who came off as kind of rude and a bit much, was confused at first.

Then, I hope it dawned on them, slowly, that they got played. And I hope that they appreciated that fact, because after all, they’re asking a highly skilled and talented individual to provide their services for free.


For some requesters, Jon improved upon their original photos by adding a little more zazz and pep to them, like this woman who got a cute sun hanging above her head.

What I don’t get is that he’s clearly posting his roasts of these poor fools online, yet still seems to be receiving free drawing requests. I guess people don’t take the time to check his Instagram feed before they ask.


The best is when people actually respond to Jon after they receive their work. “Backwards hat girl” at least seemed to take the troll drawing on the chin. I love that she had to clarify she wasn’t whistling in her picture.


The best though, is when he goes out of his way to make the drawings extra hilarious. Like when he turned this girl asking for a free photo into a Conehead.


Now, of course I feel bad for a kid who’s just trying to get his girlfriend a gift for her birthday. But, you know, maybe you should’ve saved up some money to get her a suitable present  instead of begging artists for free stuff online, if getting her something meant that much to you.


All right, I’m not going to lie, I kind of really like this doggy one. Maybe Jon has a soft spot for animals and decided not to mess with this little guy too much. I also have to say that I’m digging each of the comments he puts on these drawings too.


Sort of reminds me of this excellent scene from The Simpsons when the family’s trying to get Bart to not be such a terror during family photo day. Just classic.


Out of all the comments though, this Michael Jackson one is probably the best, because I totally hear it in his voice every time I read it. Come on, read it to yourself three times, you’ll know what I’m talking about.


Can you believe that some people actually got upset at their free drawing and tried to shame Jon into feeling bad about being “greedy” because he doesn’t provide them with work without charging them?


How he turned the paper sideways was a pro move, as was making her expression especially awful/hilarious. I hope he makes this a recurring post. If you’re into his work, you can check out his Instagram page here.

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17 People Who Chose Trolling as Their Life’s Mission, and They’re Really Good at It

Some people like attention more than anything else and it is they who often make life funny. For example, they can provide supermarkets with “talking” bananas, wear confusing T-shirts, and write funny comments on billboards.

Bright Side has collected tricks and antics of people who feel too bored to be normal.

“I scratch haunting things into bananas at the market so when people take them home hours later and the words appear they think a ghost knows their secrets.”

“This kid at my school always wears this shirt on Wednesday just to screw with everyone’s heads.”

“A guy asked us to write on his pizza box, ’something to cheer up my girlfriend.’ Wonder how that went?”

The effect of this photo is especially good if you look at it bottom to top.

You’re not you when you’re hungry.

“I dropped out of college 4 years ago but today I bought a cap and gown for $38 and snuck into the line of a college I have never been enrolled in. Hope my mom is proud.”

Students broke the wall of their school with a car. It turned out to be an installation in honor of the end of the school year.

“Hmmm, what an interesting pencil box!”

True friendship is not only about support.

When you leave your wife in the car to shop at the hardware store on a really hot day:

“In a family bathroom at my university…”

What a shameless courier!

Summer in Arizona really makes you reflect on one’s life choices.

When trolling is your mission:

Feeling a bit worried for the passengers…

Who is a bigger troll: the cat or the boy?

Expectation vs reality

Do you ever troll your friends? What tricks do you use? Please tell us about them in the comments!

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These People Got Hilariously Roasted After They Realized Who They Were Trolling


One thing I remembered from my years of undergrad was a professor citing Wittgenstein on a first day of German class. “Whereof one cannot speak, thereof one must be silent” was the quote I’ve memorized to this day, and I think it comes in super handy whenever you have the undying itch to speak about something you have zero knowledge about.

And not to be all “now more than ever,” but yea. Now, more than ever, it’s kind of crucial to keep those German words in mind, so you don’t end up making a complete fool out of yourself online or IRL for saying something patently and blatantly wrong. If you want to see what happens when people do the absolute opposite of following that wisdom, the subreddit r/dontyouknowwhoiam is a treasure trove.

Below, some of the best, most savage and hilarious burns for people who didn’t figure out who they were talking to until it was much too late.


You’re pretty good at swimming…


Chairman Maf was just trying to help a fan out.


The Rage Against the Machine and Audioslave member showed this guy what was what.


Do my eyes deceive me?


This guy deserves a second PhD in Mansplaining.


Should we try this again?


For as long as there are influencers, there probably will be mooches.


Unbreak my heart, GRRM!!! </3


Delete your account, sir.


Wait UP — Women, like, know how… to teach?


The fact that he started with “As a Vietnam veteran,” though.


u/kn0thing is Alexis Ohanian, founder of reddit, and Serena’s husband


Is this just a Jamas Acaster joke setup?


TBH this kind of perfectly encapsulates what it feels like to work at a big corporation.


#TBT Reading


This guy mansplained ‘Indiana Jones’ costumes to the woman who *designed* them.


Some people don’t need to cite sources.


They’re in front of Mt. Rushmore…

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Chrissy Teigen Will Not Stop Trolling Her Husband With Arthur Memes


After Spongebob Squarepants, the Internet’s favorite cartoon meme is Arthur, who appeared in a show of the same name on PBS. Arthur is an aardvark and he is extremely wholesome! Until the Internet got a hold of him.

As always, the Internet quickly perverted Arthur to their own ends, mostly by focusing on how that aardvark expresses anger: by clenching his fist.

That one fist does say so much, for so many people.

But there’s a whole Arthur universe, and things quickly spun out from there:

Things got naughty very quickly, and one person to take notice was Chrissy Teigen, who seemed confused, but not mad about it:

It’s been a couple years, which is like a century in meme-time. Arthur memes are old news, but Teigen has made them fresh again.

Twitter user @sowahblanket posted a side-by-side image of John Legend, Teigen’s husband, with Arthur the aardvark, remarking that they kind of look alike. And…they do?! WTF?

The comparison got back to Teigen, and she freaking loves it. Legend doesn’t.

She keeps trolling him with images of Arthur, like in this Instagram pic of their daughter Luna, captioned, “Luna and Daddy.” Look who Luna is holding:

Then Teigen posted this image by an artist named Deen Ally, who created a terrifying mix of Legend and Arthur for us all to laugh at:

Chrissy Teigen, queen of trolls.

It’s clearly getting to John Legend, because he commented on the picture “Enough is enough,” as captured by Instagram account Comments By Celebs:

Even John Mayer is dunking on him:

In her defense, Teigen also makes unflattering cartoon comparisons to herself:

And it also seems like he is coming around. Looking at the special stuffed toy that made an appearance on his Instagram account:

He captioned it, “Luna and Grandpa (and a stuffed animal whose name we shall not speak).”

*clenches fist*

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People Are Trolling Their Moms By 'Moving Out'

Moms sacrifice so much for us. They literally carry us around for nine months, and then proceed to carry us through life for another 18 to 30 or so years. Seriously, I still don’t fully understand how the washing machine works at age 26 and I appreciate your patience, mom. But that doesn’t land them a ‘get out of jail free card’ when it comes to trolling. 

It all started when Twitter user Maurice Nelson posted this screenshot of them trolling their own mother with this rather creative joke. “Got my own house at 17,” a caption alongside the tweet, which has received over 88,000 retweets and 300,000 likes, reads: 

Unsurprisingly, the joke was well-received by other Twitter users. So much so, that people are attempting the same joke with their own mothers, and let’s just say that responses have been mixed… 

Hector’s sister wasn’t very happy either. 

Some responses are just too sweet for this world. 

While other moms simple aren’t amused. 

I don’t think she’s buying it. 

Ouch, mom. Ouch. 

This dad wasn’t having it either. 


This mom must have a Twitter account. 

‘Don’t let the door hit you on the way out.” 

“What I do?”

The nerve. 

What was her response, though? 

She has a headache. 

Bless these moms. 

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