The world is full of hypocrites.
Just ask your local politician, or a celebrity, or anyone, really. At times, not contradicting yourself can actually seem like a pretty tough job (parenting, anyone?). That’s why, at some point or another, you’ve probably used the famous line “Do as I say, not as I do” to negate one of these awkward moments.
But that quote wouldn’t be enough to save any of the people below. Their hypocrisy is so severe, it can’t actually be explained.
Take this “No Signs” sign, for example. Isn’t it breaking its own rule?
Speaking of signs, there’s also this “Do not feed the wildlife” sign, that comes complete with its own bag of food for the wildlife you’re not supposed to feed:
And we can’t forget this one: “Smoking prohibited, here’s an ashtray”:
It makes you wonder what was going through the mind of this carver as he painstakingly engraved this message…in stone:
And what happened to this guy’s no-meat, no-dairy diet? He tattooed it on his arm!
After all, watching what you eat can be important, especially if you’re trying to get in shape for beach season:
For the iPhone users out there, have you ever noticed that you seem to correct autocorrect more than autocorrect corrects you? Just ask these folks:
Then there are the people who need MORE autocorrect in their lives. You can usually find them on social media:
But once in a while you come across the ones who just need to stop posting things online altogether:
Websites like Facebook and Twitter can actually be a great place to point out the hypocrisy of others. Remember when Kanye West said Beyonce should’ve won a Grammy instead of Beck out of respect for artistry? Yeah, about that…
Kanye West told a nigga who plays like 14 instruments that he needs to respect the artistry of a woman who needs 4 writers for one song
— 6ynth God (@DrewsThatDude) February 9, 2015
You can even find hypocrisy in the news. Did you hear about Saudi Arabia’s all-male women’s rights conference? Now that’s progressive!
What about that time 1,700 carbon-spewing jets flew to Switzerland…to discuss global warming?
At long last though, we think we’ve found the holy grail of hypocrisy. First, check out this image (notice that the windows are closed, and the two dogs visible in the front and back seats):
Now, here’s a bumper sticker the photographer found on the same car:
Annd we have a winner!