Like most dads, this guy wasn't a fan of his daughter getting old enough to take selfies. Instead of just telling her that she can't take selfies (which never works) he decided to join her.
People in LA couldn't stop watching an insane car chase where suspects in a burglary led police through the city.
Eventually, the suspects gave up and surrendered to police but not before snapping a few selfies. Onlookers formed a crowd where they stopped to talk to friends and wait for police to catch up and some of them just had to take a picture or two.
That just looks like a cute couple right? No! Look again, there's more to it!
Do you see the face in the window there? Maybe it's a mirror but that doesn't make it okay that a scary version of her face is looking right at the camera from that reflection.
So what's going on here? Are ghosts real or is this some kind of April Fools day thing?
The Mars Curiosity rover is no stranger to selfies. This is a composite of 57 images taken from the camera at the end of the rover's arm called the Mars Hand Lens Imager (MAHLI). It's on top of a sand dune called 'Namib Dune', taking samples of sand to study the composition of sand dunes on Mars and the way they behave in Mars' atmosphere.
It even took a close up picture of the sand it's been scooping up.
The original photos received with disapproval from Mr. Pugh:
Just cause you're on the run, doesn't mean you stop caring about the looks--good and bad.
"This photo was sent to us by Mr Pugh himself," Lima Police Department wrote in a post.
"Man, they just did me wrong," Mr Pugh disclosed while on an Ohio radio station about why he sent the selfie in the first place.
"They put a picture out that made me look like I was a Thundercat... or James Brown on the run. I can't do that.
Fans of this madness even banded together to pitch their efforts together, and start up a Facebook page for Pugh.
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?
Who knew these guys were such good friends? It's likely that these 90's stars met while working on Robot Chicken, a show that Seth Green helped create.
Apparently these three met up to hang out when Seth Green, his wife Clare Grant and Macaulay Culkin came to see Bob Saget in the Broadway puppet show Hand to God.
Rats are having quite a year.
First it was Pizza Rat and now it's Selfie Rat.
Don Richards says he was visiting Brooklyn this week when he captured incredible footage of a rat climbing on top of a sleeping man in the subway and inadvertently taking a selfie with the man's phone.
The flash from the camera woke up the man who was very surprised to see a rat sitting in his lap.
Both men exchanged footage and the rat selfie as proof of this unbelievable story.
Looks like they had good parents after all.
After a video went viral yesterday of MLB announcers mocking sorority girls ignoring a baseball game to take selfies, the Arizona Diamondbacks wanted to make things good with the women of Alpha Chi Omega.
They offered the sorority free tickets to an upcoming game in hopes of making everything square, showing there were no hard feelings.
In a classy response, the sorority publicly thanked the organization, but said the tickets would be better used for a charity. They also brought attention to the fact that October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and invited people to donate toward protecting families.
Bonny and Clyde, they ain't.
A couple of very smart people bragged about their Aug. 24 Asheville, Ohio bank robbery by posting pictures on social media with the wads of cash they took from the bank tellers.
This is obviously not a smart idea.
According to Sostre News:
Police were helped in their investigation by the clear images showing John Mogan and Ashley Duboe hamming it up with their fortune in greenbacks. Four days after the robbery, they began posting photos of their loot, and one friend complained that Mogan " didn't hook a brother up."
Mogan and Duboe were arrested this week for the August 24 robbery. Police say they gave a note to the teller in the Ashville bank, and walked out with a tall stack of bills. He looks nervous on the surveillance video, but in the days after the heist, they both looked gleeful on their Facebook postings.
Apparently, Morgan had just gotten out of state prison for an earlier bank robbery. He put on make up to disguise his face and neck tattoos. But sadly, nothing could disguise his stupidity.
Put the selfie stick down.
There have been a lot of global deaths this year connected with selfies. And with the death of a 66-year-old Japanese tourist trying to get a picture of himself at the Taj Mahal, it brings up a whole lot of questions about why we are risking our lives to get these snapshots.
The Guardian had compiled some of the stories behind these unfortunate deaths in trying to answer the larger question of 'why?'.
The incident now takes the death toll of officially recorded selfie-related deaths to 12. Previous incidents this year include a man who was gored to death taking a picture during a bull run in a Spanish town, and two men who accidentally blew themselves up in the Russian Ural mountains when posing with a live grenade. The picture was discovered saved to the camera roll on one of the men's phones.
Other selfie related deaths this year in Russia alone include a 21-year-old woman in Moscow who shot herself in the head while pointing a 9mm pistol at her temple, another who reportedly fell from a bridge and a teenager in Ryazan who died when coming into contact with live wires while snapping a portrait near to railway tracks.
What the hell is happening?
Why can't you people control yourselves?
Keep it together, world.
Emily Musson and her boyfriend love taking selfies. Emily's parents love making fun of them.
Musson got in the habit of regularly uploading pictures like the following, showcasing the couples photogenic-ness.
She then shared an album of them on Facebook, because that's what Facebook's for.
Her parents immediately started trolling.
It was incredible.
Musson posted it to Twitter and it's currently sitting at almost 50,000 retweets, because people like good stuff.
my parents r actually on drugs or something pic.twitter.com/lt9MiwOi99— Emily Musson (@emilymusson) September 8, 2015
It took 19 years, but the most epic golf selfie ever has finally happened.
Actor Christopher McDonald, know for his role as golf pro Shooter McGavin in Happy Gilmore, posed for a selfie today with real-life golf pro Tiger Woods.
The duo were both watching some tennis at the U.S. Open when McDonald saw the perfect opportunity for this amazing picture.
Hole in one for McGavin! Pew, pew, pew!
First our sticks, and now our coffee beverages. There is no stopping the #selfie.
YouTuber Megan Bowen lives in South Korea and vlogs regularly about the food, entertainment and culture of this interesting part of the world.
In her latest video, Megan takes viewers on a tour of a cafe that prints selfies on edible lattes. The cafe is called "CaFace," which is just almost too clever.
First the selfie...
And then it's time to destroy your face...
Never change, South Korea. Never change.
William Shatner put out a call to action from all the Trekkies in the world Aug. 1, asking them to take a selfie of Spock's famous salute.
I need everyone's help. Take a selfie of you doing the LLAP sign and email the photo to NIMOYTribute@gmail.com pic.twitter.com/b2gTMftn7J— William Shatner (@WilliamShatner) August 1, 2015
He didn't say what it was for, only that it would be a tribute to the Leonard Nimoy, six months after the actor's death.
Shatner also spoke out on his Who Say page asking for the same thing, without giving a hint as to what he would do with the collection of photos.
On the evening of Aug. 9, he shared what because of all the fan selfies:
The tribute was also done for the charitable scavenger hunt organization Gishwhes, which is run by Supernatural actor Misha Collins.
Additionally, Shatner tweeted that the mosaic had been submitted for a Guinness World Record. He didn't specify which one, exactly. Most selfie Spock? Best Leonard Nimoy tribute? Most feels on a Monday?
Regardless, it's great.