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by Eno Sarris - April 17, 2013
1.) Search for Juan Francisco on Google.
2.) Click on ‘image search.’
Franklin Rabon is a master of confusionism.
NSFW NSFW NSFW NSFW NSFW
How do you even internet, bro?
Well the first couple of rows are fine, and I figured safe search would get the rest haha. It’s art!
SafeSearch did not protect me :(
you’d be better off going to a porn site at work than google image search–at least porn sites have a “Are you 18/sure you want to see this” warning beforehand. google image search is basically rule 34 in action.
I thought I could trust Eno Sarris.
I thought I could trust Google.
Now all my trust is gone.
I’m sorry those boobs hurt you so bad.
Thanks, Eno, that means a lot.
wow, very NSFW
It’s OK at my work. Just sayin.
My employer is a “free speech zone” with only illegal activities banned from our internet surfing habits. I’ve been thankful on two or three ill-advised image searches.
That’s right: I said ill-advised.
Juan Francisco <3
#1 Rule of the Internet:
Don’t image search when there’s a non-zero chance of someone else seeing your screen.
You need Jesus.
So much better than Juan Francisco.
Ahh, Juan Francisco bringing you homers and boobies.
I also like that one picture was a naked girl smoking a bong. It’s a little bit of everything in that search!
Well. That was unexpected.
This guy does this with a ballpoint pen. That’s fucking phenomenal.
Too bad the subjects are all Williamsburg/Mission District trust fund hipster indulgence scenes.
Holy shit! Until you mentioned that, I thought all those pictures were from some photographer’s photo album. I am stunned.
And its hilarious that there’s only one actual picture of Juan Francisco… and it’s completely surrounded by naked women.
“…its hilarious that there’s only one actual picture of Juan Francisco… and it’s completely surrounded by naked women.”
Just like the real Juan Francisco.
That would be a bit of a weirdly-referential “____ surrounded by ____” post.