Unnecessary Censorship Will Never Get Old, Ever

It doesn’t matter if it’s a picture, video, or just plain audio.  The invention of unnecessary censorship is one of the funniest things America has ever done.  The most popular times we see it is on Jimmy Kimmel.  The folks over their will re-edit normal news, entertainment, and other clips and make them look extremely “dirty.”  For example they’ll bleep out a word to make it seem like the person was cursing and do it in such a way that made it seem like said person was making an obscene statement.  It’s genius.

It’s also just as funny when you doctor pictures to bleep something out of the picture to make it seem like you’re covering up something that shouldn’t be there.  It could be a body part or a gesture of the hand.  Usually it’s a body part but when it’s done right, it’s pretty hilarious.

Here are 20 pictures of unnecessary censorship you’ll get a kick out of.


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