20 Photos That Are Only Rude Because They’ve Been Censored

The internet has figured out how to use censorship for good, and it doesn’t get much better than this. Yes, these entirely innocent photos have been turned into hilarious, innuendo-filled images with little more than a blur effect. Take the pic above, for example. This guy seems far too excited by his new Gameboy; that’s one Christmas morning his family won’t forget in a hurry.

And where’s this lady’s hand going? We’re not sure we want to know. Mind you, it seems like the dog doesn’t mind whatever she’s doing, and the lady looks pretty happy about it too.

Trust us, Spanish beach volleyball players Liliana Fernández Steiner and Elsa Baquerizo really are wearing clothes under there. Otherwise it could never be an Olympic event… right?

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Soccer players are well known for being prima donnas, but this really doesn’t seem like a fair tackle. Unless it was another kind of tackle Carlos Tevez was after?

The Hunger Games star Josh Hutcherson should really learn to hold his microphone in a less conspicuous position. After all, the internet can turn anything rude; there’s no need to make it so easy.

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We’ve no idea what Adriana Monsalve was originally posing with here, but its apparently phallic shape presented the perfect target for the eagle-eyed internet. Still, Monsalve looks very content with herself.

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The longer you stare at this photo, the more hilarious it gets. Alas, Maria Menounos was actually wearing a New York Giants bikini under all that pixelation. She sported it after losing a Super Bowl bet to A. J. Calloway, seen here laughing uproariously.

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Pope Francis and Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI seem to have taken the concept of the humble handshake a little too far. But then this was an occasion to celebrate.

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Even presidents aren’t safe from the perils of unnecessary censorship. However, if Barack Obama insists on eating phallic foods in public, what does he expect?

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See the guy with the backwards baseball cap and blue face paint? He’s all of us looking at this photo. Indeed, the reactions of the crowd range from disappointment and disgust to surprise and curiosity – all of which are more hilarious with the addition of that little black box.

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We’re not sure this even needed the censorship; the meaning is pretty clear without it. But while most of the little pandas’ reactions seem appropriate, the fella furthest right is definitely too happy.

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Myths aren’t the only thing Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage are busting this week, apparently. Was this the real reason the original hosts departed MythBusters in March 2016? We guess we’ll never know.

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Exhibitionists are everywhere these days, at least if this smiling couple are anything to go by. Though looking at the size of that censor bar, they both have plenty to be smiling about.

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The Toronto Blue Jays’ Josh Donaldson will be more careful about where he chooses to sign autographs in the future. After all, this is the kind of photo that can get you arrested.

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Kaili Thorne is probably wishing that she had never agreed to this photo shoot for 138 Water. Indeed, the resulting photo was like shooting fish in a barrel for the Redditor behind this unnecessary censorship.

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The expression on this guy’s face absolutely makes this photo. Most people either return their catch to the water, or take it home to eat; this fisherman clearly had other things on his mind.

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Some people will do anything to get ahead in the political arena. That’s not what we’re saying is happening here, of course, but the pixels speak for themselves…

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The pope turned weirdly hostile on his last diplomatic visit. And the look on his colleague’s face suggested that this wasn’t an isolated incident.

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The Eurovision Song Contest was even stranger than usual in 2010, mainly thanks to Germany’s intense victory celebrations. It’s a good thing that it’s broadcast late at night in most countries…

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We’re not sure Yazoo intended for their advert to be taken this way. Still, it certainly seemed to be “hitting the spot” for this guy.

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