Epic Selfie of the Day: Taken Moments After Plane Crash Into the Ocean

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Epic Selfie of the Day: Taken Moments After Plane Crash Into the Ocean
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Ferdinand Puentes, along with seven other passengers and the pilot, escaped a crashed Cessna just shortly after it plunged into the ocean. Not long after his escape from the sinking aircraft, Puentes found the opportunity to capture an epic selfie!


Cage of the Day: Website That Puts Nic Cage's Face on Selfies

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Cage of the Day: Website That Puts Nic Cage's Face on Selfies
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Feeling Cagey? is a fun site developed byJosh McMilan that puts Nicolas Cage's face on selfie photos in realtime.

Selfie of the Day: The Importance of "The Angle"

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In this South Korean edition of "pretty girls, ugly faces," a woman demonstrates the importance of "The Angle" when it comes to taking selfies.

GPOY of the Day: Cops Take Selfies Too

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GPOY of the Day: Cops Take Selfies Too
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There are no such thing as workplace boundaries when it comes to taking mirror-shot selfies. The "Cop Selfies" Tumblr blog is dedicated to highlighting self-taken Instagram photos of police officers from all over the world looking rather fierce in blue uniforms.

Vine of the Day: Girl Takes an Epic Selfie Before Getting Tackled by Security Guards During World College Series

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Kayleigh Hill took this selfie on Vine last night while sprinting through a field with two of her friends during the College World Series baseball game in Omaha, Nebraska.

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Photo Op of the Day: A Reporter's Instagram Self Reveals a Near-Death Experience

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Photo Op of the Day: A Reporter's Instagram Self Reveals a Near-Death Experience
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Who knew taking selfies could get so dangerous? After Sun Sports reporter Kelly Nash took an Instagram of herself during a Red Sox batting practice, she later discovered that a flying ball had narrowly avoided hitting her in the skull. On an interesting side note, Nash later credited a DVD copy of the film Angels in the Outfield she had been carrying with her for saving the day.