There's an epidemic sweeping the Internet called the "Don't Judge Challenge," in which conceited millennials pretend to be ugly before "transforming" into beautiful swans.
It's unclear where the meme began, though the hashtag seems to have started trending after beauty blogger Em Ford posted a video of herself removing her makeup, revealing acne on her face and encouraging viewers to accept themselves.
In contrast to Em Ford's message of body acceptance and anti-body shaming, the #DontJudgeChallenge comes off as hypocritical and mocking of people with features that are deemed ugly.
She looks less like she has acne and more like she is trying to convince her parents that she has the chicken pox and can't go to school.
We're not sure if these are the same people or if the guy on the left is Jim Carrey as Vera de Milo from In Living Color.
That's the thing about lotion: You really have to rub it in.
Folks, if you're going to make yourselves "ugly," really commit. A unibrow doesn't make you ugly, it makes you Anthony Davis.
"Yes, we ordered a clown for our son's third birthday party, and the one you sent us was very lackluster."
Does anyone else think he looks better in the "before" picture?
The mistake she made in her "before" photo was giving herself a five o'clock shadow. That is the sexiest type of facial hair one can have.
They actually weren't participating in the #DontJudgeChallenge, but rather a Frida Kahlo look-alike contest. They came in fourth place.
A better hashtag for this challenge would be #PassedOutDrunkAtAPartyAndMyFriendsTookASharpieToMyFaceButItsAllGoodITookAShower.
Not only does he look better, but his house looks better too.
So that's where they got the idea for the Joker's forehead tattoo in Suicide Squad.
It's almost a complete transformation, but he forgot to remove the earrings in the "after" picture.