Have you ever gotten nervous while giving a presentation? Most of us have, but most people don't get so nervous that they end up peeing their pants. But if you feel like this could happen to you, make sure you're not giving your presentation behind a clear podium.
This photo is very reminiscent of that one song by The Baha Men. You know, the one that goes, "Who let the dogs out? And also, who forgot to let the dog back in, causing the dog to jump at the window and ruin my selfie?"
For this photo, it's hard to blame the woman taking the picture too much. It appears she went to the bathroom to take a selfie. Can you blame her for making the assumption that all the stalls would have their own doors?
When framing a picture, the least you can do is keep the subject of the photo fairly close to the center. Don't pan to the right because you want to include something you find a little more interesting. Not cool.
There are few things greater than the miracle of giving birth to a baby. Except maybe the miracle of a dog giving "birth" to a different kind of baby. Both babies are special and deserve to be cherished.
Here's Diego Forlan of Uruguay after his team won the World Cup. It was a big day for the team, and for all of Uruguay. But even the team's biggest fans would probably agree that Forlan is the least interesting part of the photo.
Beer Pong can be a pretty fun game at a party. But then you look to your right and see that your shadows are actually having a much better time than you are, and suddenly beer pong isn't so fun anymore.
"Well, I'm all dressed up and ready to go to prom. Feeling good and looking forward to a great night! Also, I have a cat that likes to drink from the toilet, and I think everyone should be aware of this. Later!"
These bathroom mirror and stalls without doors are always teaming up to cause selfie trouble. In this case, it looks like the woman on the toilet is going to lumber towards the selfie woman and knock the phone out of her hand. Can you blame her?
Okay, in this case, it's pretty safe to say the photographer knew exactly what was in the background. So this is less about the photographer, and more a reminder that windows can sometimes act like mirrors. It's a lesson this guy had to learn the hard way.