Found July 26, 2013 on The Nosebleeds:
The Internet has some really strange hobbies, the latest of which seems to be photoshopping pictures of celebrities to make them look like midgets (or “little celebrities” if you’re a politically correct psycho). The results are pretty hilarious. I’m hoping this trend isn’t short-lived. Click through to check out some pics of vertically challenged celebrities, including Kanye West, Beyonce, Lindsay Lohan, Barack Obama and more. The post Photoshopping celebrities to look like midgets is an actual thing on the Internet appeared first on The Nosebleeds.

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