That did not go well! Hilarious predictions that have really not stood the test of time – including a Facebook page where Lady Gaga insisted & # 39; never famous & # 39; to be
- The BoredPanda online gallery contains comments that really cannot go against time
- One is an old Facebook group that claimed that Lady Gaga would never be famous
- Elsewhere, Blockbuster spotted Netfix as a phase – before turning itself off
It is often said that your words can come back to bite you.
And nothing proves the idiom more than this hilarious new online gallery compiled by BoredPanda from the Facebook page & # 39; Posts that did not Age Well & # 39 ;.
Because the words really do not stand the test of time, the images show quotes, news items and comments that were previously shared via the internet.
It contains headlines that did not predict history and companies that did not anticipate their future direction.
Blockbuster showed a funny picture that predicted the end of Netflix in mocking tweets – before he folded himself.
Another captures an old Facebook group that claimed during the years of Lady Gaga that they & # 39; never been famous & # 39; would be.
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Blockbuster – which offered rental films until many of its stores were closed – painfully embarrassed that Netflix would be a passing phase
This screenshot captures an old Facebook group who claimed during the years of Lady Gaga that they & # 39; never been famous & # 39; would be
A nice photo has an Apple sticker with the following sentence: & # 39; Does more. Cost less. It's that simple & # 39;
Ken Olsen predicted that & # 39; there is no reason for an individual to have a computer at home with him & # 39; but now many do it for work and personal use
An undated historical report that promotes the use of heroin to cure coughs. This was a popular practice in the late 1800s
This woman moaned earlier about the WalMart staff and added that they were upset because that was the only place that hired them, but later reported that she had a job at the company
A magazine described two of the now biggest names in Hollywood, Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston, because no names are known before they came up
& # 39; Turn off your computer before midnight on 31/12/99 & # 39 ;: this was because some computer users and programmers feared that computers would stop working at the transition to the new millennium
In 1998, Economist Paul Krugman clumsy claimed that the impact of the internet on the economy would be no greater than that of a fax machine & # 39;
President Donald Trump has sung about building a new border wall, but in 2013 the Facebook page claims he said the saying: & # 39; We are building too many walls and not enough bridges & # 39;
Heinrich Hertz discovered the existence of radio waves, but he stated that & # 39; it was not useful at all & # 39; although it is now being used for communication and broadcast.
& # 39; The world's fittest cat (photo), whose permanent frown inspired countless memes, a best-selling series of books and a movie, died at the age of seven in May 2019
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