20 Hilarious Times People Captured Funny Moments

Some days, you can’t help but believe in the idea that irony is a living, breathing, cosmic force with a very unusual sense of humor and a personal interest in your life. And if you’re one of the rare people who don’t believe in things like irony or fate, don’t worry, we’re pretty sure that they believe in you.

We collected some of the finest, most iconic (some might even go as far as to say ‘epic’) ironic moments in the recent history of the internet. So get ready to have a good chuckle as you scroll down. Drop us a comment somewhere below explaining which moments you thought were particularly ironic. And remember to upvote your favorite pics, as well as share the post with your amigos who might be in need of some cheering up. Scroll down for Bored Panda’s informative interview with Albert Katz, Professor Emeritus from Western University, who went into detail about irony, its types, uses, as well as how we process it.

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14 thoughts on “20 Hilarious Times People Captured Funny Moments”

  1. William Smith

    You have a biased sense of humor. Photos are not that funny. You probably turned 63 million people against your article by showing your obvious bia,s with the first photo!

    1. Couldn’t agree more!!!!! It’s awesome to hear some comments from my fellow “deplorables”! It’s time we stand up against this crap guys!!!

  2. Just going by the name. “No Chew Deterrent” Change it to “Chew Deterrent” and it will work.

  3. Sorry Chump, but we only forwarded the question you Democrats asked US, we didnt ask it ourselves. Next time dont edit the postings.

  4. The Democrats simply dont understand that the warning about stupid people is referencing them, and always has… Amoral people are ignorant by the nature of their birth

  5. It was ONE person—In late January 2018, reports surfaced that supporters of Donald Trump confronted a Native American legislator during an anti-immigration protest at the Arizona state capitol, demanding to know whether he was in the country legally. The viral stories on various web sites (including The Hill and the liberal RawStory.com) were all aggregated from the original reporting of the Arizona Capitol Times, a nonpartisan weekly newspaper focused on Arizona government and state politics.

    We confirmed that one of the anti-immigration protesters did indeed ask an indigenous state representative whether or not he was “legal,” both through video footage of the incident and three corroborating interviews with Arizona state legislators who witnessed the scene. In the background of the following video, a protester asks Rep. Eric Descheenie whether he is “legal.” Descheenie is Navajo. Rep. Pamela Powers Hannley filmed — This was fou nd on snopes

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