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Thispictureisunrelated.com is a showcase for some of the most curious and surreal, yet genuine and unphotoshopped images the web has to offer. The origins of said pictures are always unknown, and the reader has to spend quite some time trying to figure out what in God's name is going on in the image. Being a very visual website, it would probably help to give some examples of these images, so are some of the latest:
-Two mimes lifting up a monkey's tail and expressing shock and horror at what they see underneath it.
-A woman clearly well into her late seventies doing push ups on a suburban road.
-A man in a bunny suit with a gas mask strapped to his face, eagerly clutching a wooden chessboard.
-A nude octogenarian stood waste-deep in an arctic pool of freezing water, waving a hatchet around his head.
-A clown laid spread-eagled on his back, threateningly pointing a pistol at a young ballerina.
-An old lady sat on Mr T's knee at Christmas time, while he whispers in her ear.
I would recommend this website for those with a warped sense of humour and fans of such surreal photo websites as Failblog, Ask a urinal, and Tofulator.
Sadly, the site is rarely updated, as it only features the very cream of the crop when it comes to bizarre and unnerving photographs.
Thispictureisunrelated.com is a very simple site that specialises in presenting mind-bendingly bizarre real-life pictures originating from god-knows-where that are guaranteed to make your brain hurt.
Whether you want to see one of HR Giger's Aliens staring wisfully out to sea from the back of a cruise ship, a cat and a lamb playing chess whilst a cockerel referees, medieval knights on segways, a cyberman from Dr Who playing a killer solo on an electric guitar, a ballerina with a machinegun, a Vishnu/Spiderman hybrid, a claymore-wielding granny, a woman struggling up an escalator with a two-metre high corncob, a scubadiving horse, a lobster knife fight or just the most sinister Easter Bunny of all time, Thispictureisunrelated.com has it covered. There are occasional video uploads too, many of which show japanese adverts/gameshow clips of intense weirdness.
A lot of the fun comes from trying to work out the original context of the pictures, and to that end each picture has its own comments page, where viewers can discuss what they think is going on or just share their bewilderment. Its a strangely addictive site, largely because you never know what the hell to expect on each visit. However, as the site relies entirely on contributions from its viewers its not updated all that often, with new pictures only being added a couple of times a week at most. Still, it provides a regular injection of humor and surrealism that makes it worthy of repeated visits.