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This guy wanted to look like Shaggy with Scooby-Doo but things didn’t quite work out that way.
If there’s one thing we all should have learned from Missing Missy, it’s that you don’t ask people to do your photoshopping for free. It is after all, a learned skill that takes time, effort, and often large amounts of money to acquire.
And, if you think you’re going to get the results you hoped for by asking strangers on the internet, then you are truly living in a fantasy world.
Can someone photoshop Chica into my arm like this? Thanks. pic.twitter.com/cU2vGZPkA8— Markiplier (@markiplier) September 28, 2017
Twitter was only too happy to kind-of-sort-of-almost help.
youre welcome pic.twitter.com/a2thyM7pn0— sam (@michaeIplier) September 28, 2017
is this what you wanted pic.twitter.com/VWbtsphvwM— (sc)a(ry)utumn 12 (@mochiplier) September 28, 2017
mark did i do it right pic.twitter.com/M3Ra3x7Smx— VEEVILS! ✧ (@LlKEABOSS) September 28, 2017
DID I DO IT RIGHT THIS TIME pic.twitter.com/RCeWx0zn2J— VEEVILS! ✧ (@LlKEABOSS) September 28, 2017
Oh right, sorry! pic.twitter.com/DUDsoaULBT— Cranbersher (@Cranbersher) September 28, 2017
Accurate size pic.twitter.com/3wGt5OZQF0— Dancing Heart (@dancing_heart22) September 28, 2017
Is this right? pic.twitter.com/cxeS7BpkpM— TylerIsMyDaddy (@Rawrasaurrrrr) September 28, 2017
I think this is pretty accurate! pic.twitter.com/QFPqJQ7ITH— SpaceJellyBeans (@spacejellybeans) September 28, 2017
here ya go dude, i think i did it pic.twitter.com/9dDQ0XJuIj— jub jub want rub rub (@jacksfilms) September 28, 2017
is this what you wanted? pic.twitter.com/mXzRqQqgjb— M O V E D (@kuroseptic) September 28, 2017
dont worry fam i got this pic.twitter.com/ZqcGK3iQj6— I Love Lucio [kate] (@legendofdonger) September 28, 2017
hows this pic.twitter.com/wXzBj5vROc— mark moo moot moot (@tricosean) September 28, 2017
no need to thank me. pic.twitter.com/htc01VQxQZ— 34daystillhalloween (@itspjdontask) September 28, 2017
Well if Mark was looking for a spooky picture for his annual Halloween card he certainly has a lot of options now.
Let this be a lesson to all of you. Next time you want to ask someone to use their hard-earned artistic skills for free, think twice, and Scooby-Don’t.
David Britton is a writer and comedian based in Rhinebeck, New York who focuses on internet culture, memes, and viral news stories. He also writes for the Hard Times and is the creator of StoriesAboutWizards.com.