No new friends? A student and aspiring physicist has found a way out of the boredom of being stuck in isolation at home by finding himself a buddy in his fridge, thanks to Photoshop. Saeed, a New York resident who is originally from Palestine, Photoshopped himself into the screen on his hi-tech fridge at home to make it look like he’s inside it.
In a tweet that is now going viral, Saeed who studies at the University of Western Ontario in Canada, posted two images of his fridge with his face photoshopped onto the screen of the fridge. The post has gone viral and got many laughs on the microblogging site.
The hilarious photos attracted a lot of attention and led to a meme fest.
We were hoping for a rent freeze, but not like this.— The Dad (@thedad) March 11, 2021
Viral Photoshop threads are a common occurrence on Twitter. Remember that time when a Desi Twitter user wanted an “aesthetic” background Photoshopped into her image? The request started an online meme battle that ardent memesters will remember for years.
While Saeed’s prank itself got many laughs, many could not help poke some fun at the “price” one would have to pay for coming up with a viral Twitter post.
In case you were wondering too, the fridge in the photos is a Samsun smart fridge that costs roughly Rs 1,82,000 in India.