YouTube star Jack Douglass, best known for his channel jacksfilms, recently tied the knot with his fiance, Erin, and took the opportunity to give his fans a project. In a tweet of a picture from his honeymoon, Jack provided a transparent .png image of he and his beau and coyly suggested people use it to their creative hearts’ content.
— jacksfilms (@jacksfilms) June 12, 2018
The response was as expected – a flurry of photoshopped images, some with a simple background replacement, others with a little more creativity and skill thrown in. For instance, one submission sent Jack and Erin on a trek to the Eye of Sauron while another gave Erin the “Thanos treatment.”
— Sam Rutledge (@super_sam_rut) June 13, 2018
— Jay is Trash ️ (@spicyboijay) June 12, 2018
Someone sent the lovely couple on a breakfast at the newly branded IHOB. Or maybe for burgers? Who knows anymore.
— Haribo Styles (@barbrastreistan) June 12, 2018
While another responded by throwing them into the fray of a Fornite battle royale.
— # (@SailorVixie) June 13, 2018
The worst punishment of them all, however, came from Tranquility Base Hotel + Casino (themicmacmarco), who put them in the middle of a Jake Paul appearance. That’s just cruel.
— TRANQUILITY BASE HOTEL + CASINO (@themicmacmarco) June 12, 2018
Then again, Jack may not have appreciated being sent to see the Emoji Movie again.
— Matthew Thomas (@STOCMatthew) June 12, 2018
At least one user decided to alter the request and, rather than Photoshop the location, did a terrible, terrible thing to poor Erin.
— Brynn Ferguson (@Precipisatan_) June 13, 2018
Allowing the internet to Photoshop you and your loved one is usually asking for trouble, but in this case, the humor was light and fun and it gave people like Amanda (@kajdance1) the opportunity to show off their skills in a mini Photoshop portfolio
— Amanda (@kajdance1) June 12, 2018
There were so many submissions, but our favorite has to also be one of the darkest.
— -mαrínα♡ (@howellsfilms) June 12, 2018
No, it’s not the best photoshop work, but Twitter user -marina (@howellsfilms) saw an opportunity for gold and went for it.