Korean Photoshop Trolls Will be the Best Thing You See All Week JH Humor Founded in 2013, the Facebook page We Do Phoshop is a community where people make requests to modify their ordinary photographs. If you feel your photo lacks that “something extra,” you post it on this page with a description of what you need, and there you have it: a spiced-up extraordinary work of art. Along with the outcome, a brusque caption follows, making it more satirical and funny. With growing popularity, We Do Phoshop has reached over 300,000 likes and their work is spreading out onto other Facebook pages and websites. These Korean photoshop trolls do amazing work, take a sneak peak at some achievements they have accomplished: “I was attempting to imitate the statues, but I look kind of awkward. Please make this picture a dynamic one in which I totally blend in with the statues.” “Done.” “This is my profile picture and my socks are too short that my ankles are showing. It annoys me so put some longer socks on my feet, please?” “Long socks on where I feel like the most annoying part of this pic is.” “I look unbearably handsome in this one. Make me ugly.” “You should go back to the planet you came from since you’re not anywhere near handsome here on earth.” “This is my friend and the photo looks somewhat boring. Add some more fervor and excitement please.” “I feel bad for the babies with such tiny space to enjoy themselves. I want the background to be an open water.” “You’d better get away from the waves right now. By the way, those kids seem to have talent in surfing.” “I took a jumping shot but my undies are peeking out a bit. Can you cover that?” “Not peeking out anymore. You can now jump more fiercely.” “I’m hungry and there’s not much to eat. Fill my bowl, please?” “Hungry and no food? Your container is filled sufficiently.” “Make me attractive.” “Not happening.” “Please get rid of all the people in the background and change the weather into a more pleasant one.” “People. Gone. Perfect weather for a date.” “My boyfriend and I tried tandem bicycle for the first time and I want the photo to seem special.” “Very special indeed.” “I took this picture of Hachiko statue in Tokyo and some guy is glaring at the camera. Get rid of him please.” “Now he won’t glare at you or anyone else.” “This photo is for my resume and my hair is not supposed to be sticking out everywhere. Can you fix that?” “Problem solved.” “Give me a super power that I can see through everything.” “Cheonjinban. (Original Japanese name Tenshinhan, a character in Dragon Ball manga series)” Photo Cred: We Do Phoshop For older compilations of Korean photoshop trolls check out Collegehumor or Kotaku.