When it comes to social media, the many ways to paint a certain picture that will leave quite a lot of people convinced.
While pregnancy sort of announces itself, it is pretty easy to keep it hidden in plain sight online.
Just recently, fashion blogger, @ms_asoebi, took to share a compilation of photos of pregnant women who - using their ability to hide their baby bumps - prove that not everything on social media is exactly as it seems.
In the series of photos which have since gone viral, women sent in a photo collage of two snaps which saw them stylishly posing in a way that kept their bumps hidden, and then another one with their bumps shooting out.
In all ten photos below, the ladies sturck different stylish poses that neither looked forced or manipulated, making it pretty easy for people to think that they were infact, not pregnant.
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In this second collection of photos, more ladies send it their submission of the 'Instagram vs reality' challenge and while some used their hands to hide their bumps, others simply shared selfies of themselves, keeping their bumps out of sight.
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Toyin Lawani's latest design
Toyin Lawani, the CEO of Tiannah's Empire is one fashion designer whose talents know no bounds. More refreshing to see is how often she creates mind-blowing, out-of-the-box pieces.
The mother of three and celebrity designer recently took to social media to remind fans that if it doesn't drop jaws and turn heads, then she most certainly didn't make it.
Lawani uploaded a photo of herself in a new design and as always, it has caused quite a buzz on social media.
'What I ordered vs what I received'
A Nigerian lady identified as Ade has taken to social media to cry out after she ordered a two-piece pant set from an online vendor.
There have been stories of vendors shocking their clients with badly tailored and low-quality items different from what was ordered, but not everyone thinks it will happen to them - until it does.
This appears to be the case for Ade whose birthday plans fell through after she took delivery of her online order.