15 funny pictures of personalized masks
Since the beginning of the corona pandemic, masks have become an integral part of our everyday life. If the sterile surgical look of medical masks is too depressing in the long run, you can also order personalized masks on the Internet. The people in the following pictures had the brilliant idea of simply having their own smile printed on the mask – with funny to scary results.
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A smiling face on the mask lifts the mood in the gloomy pandemic everyday life – at least that’s what Twitter user Cameron Mattis thought. But when he finally put the product on, he couldn’t help but laugh. Something had gone wrong with the printing. The result was more like a caricature than a friendly face:
the good news is my custom facemask arrived, the bad news is that they printed my face 20% too large pic.twitter.com/jBaVM7nbYI
– Cameron !! (@cameronmattis) July 27, 2020
“The good news: my mask has arrived,” wrote Cameron on Twitter. “The bad one: You printed my face 20% too large.” But he wasn’t the only one whose personalized mask turned out to be a flop. Encouraged by Cameron’s selfie, other users also shared funny pictures of their screwed up masks.
1. Cameron’s mask in everyday use: definitely an eye-catcher.
action shots pic.twitter.com/i2DPpvxjUE
– Cameron !! (@cameronmattis) July 28, 2020
2. You can overdo it with a good mood.
Epic fail for my order. pic.twitter.com/W35TKxjQyZ
– Jaime (wear a mask) (@ jrw3780) July 28, 2020
3. Between mug shot and caricature.
I know the feeling. Although I think mine is way more than 20%. 🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/j8zmIu6pLL
– E Comment (@EComment) July 28, 2020
4. There’s nothing like a bright smile!
Me too! pic.twitter.com/rS7svV9Ao9
– Haley ❤️’s The 🐗s! (@woopighaley) July 29, 2020
5. “Grandmother, why do you have such big teeth?”
Me too, but bigger! pic.twitter.com/x4aMEIKZkb
– Debs Bascombe (@koolma) July 28, 2020
6. This mask was intended for everyday work. How do you think customers will react?
7. It doesn’t always have to be a bright smile.
Decided to try and get one of those custom face-masks … it didn’t turn out so good … from r / funny
8. Why the long face?
Haha snap! pic.twitter.com/CErtgBS5f4
– Tim Oldland (@Tim_Oldland) July 28, 2020
9. The unfavorable 3D effect is intensified when breathing.
10. The proportions are more correct here, but the result is no less disturbing.
(This is an older version – We’ve been trying to get it to work with FaceID, the new versions are way better 😉 pic.twitter.com/DExgooilSo
– ash bhoopathy (@ashbhoopathy) July 28, 2020
11. The fabric’s pot holder structure may not be the ideal printing surface either.
I feel your pain. pic.twitter.com/sBG3WuyylQ
– George (@ jasperM54) July 28, 2020
12. The enthusiasm is limited.
– Jack Hall (@JackHally) July 28, 2020
13. This smile opens the door – or puts you under lock and key.
14. The ordinary Monday morning look.
I feel your pain! My mouth is ridiculous 🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/d1zftDGpmT
– Nicola Hudson 🐝 (@njhshuddy) July 28, 2020
15. “Crunchy, crispy, knuckle …”
mine was great pic.twitter.com/Kkboza5CGL
– Susan Walsh (@SuefromHayes) July 30, 2020
Even if the result does not meet expectations, these masks should still put you in a good mood – just maybe in a different way than expected. In general, every bit of humor and lightness is a pleasant change in these difficult times.