Photo wRap: Cupcakes, baby animals and Breaking Dawn

Rappler Social Media Team
From baby animals to a Breaking Dawn poster, we have photos that will make you cringe, laugh out loud and go, 'awwww'

MANILA, Philippines – From baby animals to a Breaking Dawn poster, we have photos that will make you cringe, laugh out loud and go, “awwww.”

Check out this week’s photo wRap!


LET THEM EAT CAKE. Photo from @jennyfreyes' Instagram.

ABS-CBN reporter Jenny Reyes said, “I don’t even know how to caption this cupcake.” We tried, but we couldn’t caption it either. There is absolutely no non-dirty way to offer someone this pro-Reproductive Health bill cupcake. Go ahead. We dare you. Photo Source.


“I’m taking the train to the Math Building” is about to become a legitimate phrase once the UP Monorail project is completed. Outsiders once found it amusing that UP kids have to take jeeps to get around the huge Diliman campus. Well, here’s taking it up a notch. Photo Source.


The Easter bunny might be a little late this year, folks. He’s a bit busy playing peek-a-boo with the Israeli Defense Forces soldiers. Photo Source.


Remember her? Well, she’s got a Twitter account now. One day, she said she needed a footbridge and the MMDA graciously responded. Photo Source.


Kim Ridley is getting a lot of flak online for allegedly using his daughter to sell his car. “To see no problem with these obviously exploitative photos is completely insane,” writes one of the critics. Turns out he was just kidding. They’re friends. She’s not really his daughter. Bad joke, bro. Bad joke. Photo Source.


YAWN. Screenshot from CNN.

A baby tiger yawning? Check. That’s one of the Amur tiger cubs at the Columbus Zoo in Ohio and one of CNN’s cutest baby animals in US zoos list. More here.


If we’ve got a tiger, we need a lion cub for the sake of fairness. How about this one? Frontier Earth host Dave Salmoni dropped by the BuzzFeed office with what we believe belonged to the cast of The Lion King.


We saved the best for last. It’s the Cullen family asking you (Yes, you read that right. You.) to help them save their family. And if that isn’t enough to make you go “WTF!”, the CBCP is endorsing the movie since it promotes “the value of marriage, the need to protect life in the womb and the importance of family.”

Nevermind the fact that Bella is basically a teen mom who didn’t even make it to college because marrying her high school vampire boyfriend was a top priority. But that’s just us. Photo source.

If we missed anything let us know in the comments below or tag the Rappler Facebook page in the funny photos you found. We’d appreciate the occasional distractions. –

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