Ball boy photobombs the Portugal's official team photo to the amusement of Cristiano Ronaldo
Either this Russian business lady photoshopped the sh*t out of this for the sake of a few (hundred) likes on her Facebook feed, or she actually flashed this selfie with an alien breathing down her neck.
Maybe this is why we haven't discovered proof of extraterrestrial life; the potential 'alien' in question sits right behind someone, and that person's too busy popping off selfies to notice some life defining, groundbreaking business.Viktor Lunev, commenting on behalf of a Russian aero-centre, said: 'Pilots and stewards are very superstitious and maybe there is a reason.' Yeah, or maybe this is real life, and the invasion's right round the corner Lunev.
Of course, maybe the poor galactic conquistador was just trying to commute to work in peace; who are we to stir up a feverish fuss about it?
This is quite possibly the dad joke of the century.
Ricarra and her boyfriend thought they were just going to have a normal homecoming, but the teen's ~goofy~ dad had another idea.
Sharee Schock, a photographer in Wisconsin, was taking her daughter's homecoming photos when dad Benjamin decided to go in for the photobomb.
Mom posted the photo on Facebook, because moms. And it has been shared over 3 million times.
Thanks, mom and dad. We're sure these teens just love this.
Benedict Cumberbatch is officially the king of photobombs.
At the Golden Globes on Sunday, Margaret Cho was introduced as the latest member of the Hollywood Foreign Press. She dressed up like a North Korean reporter for “Movies Wow” magazine and posed for a quick photo with Meryl Streep (taken by Michael Keaton).
But then boom: Cumberbatch!
He pulled the same move on U2 at last year’s Oscars.
After the stunt, things got a bit more serious as Hollywood Foreign Press President Theo Kingma came out on stage and received a standing ovation for this statement on free speech.
“As international journalists we understand the freedom of artistic expression. It is not only an integral part of the American fabric, but a beacon that is reflected across the globe,” he said. “Together we will stand united against anyone that will repress free speech. Anywhere, from North Korea to Paris.”
Stacey Wallace, 28, from Vancouver, took this amazing selfie at Lightning Lake in British Columbia's Manning Park.
"In order to get the selfie I laid on the ground meters away from the squirrel and slowly crawled towards him until I got close enough so that we were both in the shot. I took all the photos with my iPhone front camera.
I also coerced it with raw nuts to come out of his hole. You can see the nut sitting in front of his face.
The little guy also allowed me to hold it. It's actually a ground squirrel I think. But they burrow in holes so that's more like a gopher."