For any picture, timing is critical. Poor timing can sometimes turn an innocent photo into something else entirely. Perception is everything. We all have a dirty mind, whether we would like to admit it or not. Sometimes we pretend not to see certain situations to avoid embarrassment. However, sometimes it’s so in your face that you can’t help but see the picture for something it isn’t. Some of these pictures will shock you and leave you staring at the photo for a while. These ten perfectly innocent photos will prove you have a dirty mind.
The perfect camera angle and timing can even make the most ordinary things look like something else. Here, the swimmer tried to get the perfect photo of herself but, unfortunately, ended up with a photo she least expected. Her innocent photo turned into something way dirtier. Those big knockers you see are actually the swimmer’s knees! Sorry, guys. We didn’t mean to kill your fantasies, just like that.
The picture is wrong in many proportions. First, a woman is sitting on a desk, holding a glass rod in a very suggestive manner. Second, her mouth is wide open. Third, and the dirtiest of them all, its title says “bee-j’s” (like nobody knows what that directs to). If it were just the woman, people could have come up with many explanations for her actions. Maybe she was singing or talking through that rod for some reason. But no, the title had to be there to ruin this innocent woman’s reputation. Don’t worry, girl. We’ve got you covered! She should talk with whoever was in charge of the ad’s direction and caption. It doesn’t exactly cover her in glory. However, an ad’s primary goal is to be memorable. No one will forget this “bee-j’s” advertisement for a while.
The signboard above is the best example of how essential proper grammar is. It doesn’t matter if you have a dirty mind or not; whoever reads this will undoubtedly believe that this massage parlor sends clients away after giving them a “happy ending,” if you know what I mean. It wouldn’t have taken a lot of time if they mentioned it was a head massage, not just *ahem* head. Maybe, this was a marketing stunt put out to attract all those dirty-minded people. If it was, I’m sure they received many customers. Punctuation is the cornerstone of the English language. Poor use of it will change the meaning of a phrase. It’s also funny to see that the “includes head” line is in a smaller font than the rest of the words. It’s almost as if someone whispers it to you as you enter the massage parlor.