We have threads about movie and TV gaffes, grammar and spelling mistakes and other errors that irk or make you laugh. This one's for those silly pairings of stock or public domain photos or videos with articles that don't quite match.
I'll start with 2 from this week:
1. A major news network apparently paired images of a man in a Mrs. Doubtfire Halloween costume with a story on the death of Robin Williams.
2. This one took a bit of digging: I was reading a blog entry about '10 ways you know it's true
love' or similar. I'd clicked on it mainly because of the awkward looking photo in the link. Lo and behold, the photo was not of the author, but rather someone else's Flickr photo. I clicked on their account, and there were pictures of the same woman ... with an obviously different man. The picture in the article was 7 years old, and was with the woman's ex
-fiance (it appears she's since gotten married).
What are your "What were they thinking?" Internet moments?
(Links if you want, of course; I didn't feel comfortable calling out these two, but some stories surely demand proof!)