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People Are Sharing the Weirdest Photos in Their Camera Roll and We Have So Many Questions


Millennials have been accused of a lot of things, and chief among them is unconventional comedy.

If you spend enough time on Reddit, 4chan, Twitter, Imgur, or Instagram, you're probably going to end up having a warped sense of humor. Memes have completely changed the way people laugh. The best part is that the stuff that would probably get shot down in a writer's room for a comedy program just because it's too off-kilter can be easily shared online with other psychopaths who'll more than likely find it absolutely hilarious.

And we have access to this delicious bevy of absurd and asinine humor in the palm of our hands, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

1. Which allows us to save that weird thing that made us laugh forever, with a single long press on our phones.

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This can often lead us to having some weird images in our phones' photo rolls that surprise us at one point or another. It's a pretty relatable phenomenon and one Eric Curtin wanted to test.

So he asked his followers to respond with the weirdest photo in their camera roll.