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17 Times Instagram Photoshopping Went Too Far

Huge shocker here: Instagram is all fake.

Unless scientists have secretly genetically modified people to not need half of their organs, every photo you see of a perfect body on Instagram is fake. After all, who really needs their stomach and intestines when you have a dump truck ass? 

Heavily editing photos can be really harmful for personal expectations and mental health to be exposed to bodies that simply aren’t real. The Instagram Reality subreddit works to expose people who highly edit their photos and show users that the bodies they’re seeing aren’t real. 

Bottom line is: influencers don’t actually care about their followers. They care about their following. People follow them because their lives and bodies look perfect when they’re actually not even close. It’s time people stopped lying about it. 


1. “It’s time for a reality check”

Via: Reddit

2. “(Fixee her head and thighs on the same size) Her tiktok’s vs. her IG posts. And denies the obvious adamantly.”

Via: Reddit

3. These implants look really obvious without filters.

Via: Reddit

4. “Angles change people”

Via: Reddit

5. “When one person posts the edited photo and the other posts the original”

Via: Reddit

6. “Actually a celebrity. On Instagram vs. On TV”

Via: Reddit

7. “This is uh… quite the difference”

Via: Reddit

8. I think she forgot to photoshop half of the picture

Via: Reddit

9. “When you’re a Facetune god but your friend uploads the original”

Via: Reddit

10. “It’s all angles.” 

Via: Reddit

11. “Facetuned within an inch of her life”

Via: Reddit

12. “Instagram vs a video still”

Via: Reddit

13. Oh honey no…

14. “Imagine not even being able to recognize yourself in the mirror because you don’t have a filter on.”

Via: Reddit

15. “Why…just why”

Via: Reddit

16. “I’m sensing a filter”

Via: Reddit

17. “Always remember that all of their pictures are manipulated even the “paparazzi” ones”

Via: Reddit