Internet hoaxes of 2014 – a strangely satisfying video that whizzed around YouTube in early August appeared to show a bird taking revenge on Russia’s president as he unveiled a monument in Moscow. Alas, Russian versions of the footage show Putin finishing his speech on the dangers of war with his suit jacket and his dignity intact.
Internet Hoax, Congratulations! You’re the one millionth viewer of this video! Please insert a piece of white bread into your disc drive to claim your prize! It’s hard to believe anyone ever fell for this level of blatant bullshittery, but it caused the circulation of a lot of early 2000s adware.
Here's a comic to disprove an internet hoax that prevailed way too long
Carb-free bread might sound like just another Internet hoax, but the 'cloud bread' you might've heard about lately is for real. These little bread loaves (which are also gluten-free) emulate the look of hamburger buns without loading on the extra carbs. Still sound too good to be true? Sure, it's not actual bread, but it might be the next best thing when you're craving a burger, sandwich, avocado toast or nearly anything you'd usually eat with normal bread.
The Internet is Smart, But It Still Fell For These Hoaxes
Serious Whimsy: Hoax Me Not -- Don’t you just hate it when you open your inbox and find an email from a trustworthy friend and that email contains a forwarded message that makes disparaging claims about something or someone controversial...