What is Wrong With This Photograph? Part 21

I decided to participate in a short survey to earn some Alaska Airlines Mileage Plan miles from The Opinion Terminal — you can find out more information pertaining to The Opinion Terminal by reading this article, as well as how to earn 400 Mileage Plan miles — which was estimated to take five minutes to complete pertaining to what magazines were looked at or read by me within the most recent six months…

What is Wrong With This Photograph? Part 21

Click on the image for an enlarged view. Source: The Opinion Terminal.

…and I found at least one thing which seemed quite bizarre, as shown in the screen shot above.

Can you guess what you believe is wrong with this screen shot?

Please submit your answers in the Comments section below — and I enjoy reading creative answers.

Thank you in advance. As always, I cannot wait to read your answer and feedback.


Past articles with which you can participate and play along with the What is Wrong With This Photograph? game include:

Source: The Opinion Terminal.

5 thoughts on “What is Wrong With This Photograph? Part 21”

  1. shawn humason says:

    The prose is a bit odd. “Looked into” is better phrased as “looked at”. “Check the box below the magazine” really mean to check the box below the magazine logo or name.

    I really doubt US Airways magazine is still in print.

    Not really an error but more accurately, maybe put “which magazines have you read, looked at, or masturbated in front of…..Penthouse…”

  2. beachmouse says:

    That same survey also asks about ESPN magazine, which folded in 2019. That particular third party survey company that uses SSI/Research Now to find people to take surveys for them has never been great about deleting dead publications- it probably messes up their grid layout or something if they try.

    I’ve also had other third party survey companies ask if I was a part of Virgin America’s or Continental’s frequent flyer program in the past 2 or so years.

  3. Amir says:

    Rarely seen 18+ mags being asked in these types of inquiries. Also, I doubt US Airways still exists.

  4. DaninMCI says:

    Most of the time these surveys just have outdated data however with some survey programs they will include impossible choices so that if you click on them they know you aren’t being accurate and will exclude your results or even a few like Google Opinion Rewards will warn you that you are in error and violating the program. In the photo US AIRWAYS is the obvious error 🙂 First it’s not really a magazine, second, it sadly doesn’t exist anymore.

    1. Bob says:

      Or, the survey deliberately includes several long-gone magazines to identify folks that have visited a dentist or doctor in the last 6 months, LOL 😉

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