37 of the Funniest Tweets from November 20, 2023
For another studio, though, there’s no shortage of possibilities — and they’re considering legal action over it. If you’ve been on virtually any corner of the internet, you’ve probably seen some variation of obviously fake movie posters created in Disney-Pixar’s classic style. They feature a number of incomprehensible subjects like Biggie Smalls and George Santos that will almost always have someone on Facebook foolishly asking, “Is this real?”’ They’re not, and Disney would like you to stop using tools like Microsoft’s Bing A.I. image generator to bring messed-up ideas to the internet. The entertainment conglomerate’s concern is mostly geared toward the DALL-E 3 technology’s trademark-infringing use of their logos than the recreation of the style itself, especially when it appears on more offensive material. In a response to the company’s concern, Microsoft blocked the term “Disney” and “Pixar” from the generator to prevent the logo from being a utilizable asset. But, of course, for every shitposter: If there’s a will, there’s a way.
Meanwhile, the timeline is getting a jump on the short week and cramming in a bunch of hysterical tweets before having to spend time with family and friends for Thanksgiving. Today’s funny posts include the emotional toll of Korean BBQ, a buzzy squirrel and a raccoon concerned with bad breath, plaque and gingivitis.