A few weeks ago, we did a TLDR episode about the general inaccuracy of those "amazing pics" accounts, which frequently post photoshopped, poorly sourced, unattributed photos.
I just thought "I wish there was an 'amazing pictures' bot that tweeted completely wrong pictures. Oh wait I made @MiraculousPics last week"— Darius Kazemi (@tinysubversions) April 9, 2014
Miraculous pics combines captions scraped from other pic accounts with totally random images. The juxtaposition is often striking and very very funny.
Today in 1969, the first episode of Sesame Street premiered on TV. This is one of Jim Henson's designs of Big Bird. pic.twitter.com/W2Lqok4aZQ— Miraculous Pictures (@MiraculousPics) April 8, 2014
Look closely... ~ . pic.twitter.com/imrVFImJem— Miraculous Pictures (@MiraculousPics) April 4, 2014
Childrens bedroom pic.twitter.com/ZaLQsv0PyD— Miraculous Pictures (@MiraculousPics) April 5, 2014
As a stand-alone twitter account, it's funny to watch a bot combine random captions and photos, and it also works as comment on the lack of rigor that is brought to those terrible inaccurate twitter accounts like @historyinpics. The Miraculous Pics twitter bio even includes a shout out to friend of TLDR and accuracy crusader Paulo Ordoveza, AKA @PicPedant.