Posting pictures on the internet is always a risk. Many people are worried about not looking their best or making a weird face. However, with the invention of photobombing, there is so much more to worry about. People make complete fools of themselves ruining pictures to garner attention. Both the photobomber and the actual subject of the photo end up looking like complete idiots. There are thousands of photobombing pictures on the Internet.
Most of us just look at photo galleries. But what motivates people to wear these elaborate costumes? With years of cosplay under her belt, writer and cosplayer Maddy Myers sheds light on this passionate craft. Giant Bomb Presents is giantbomb. Posted by: Patrick. To me cosplay is just,another genre of softcore porn
Tommy Lee, 56, shows his appreciation of 'bomb' wife Brittany Furlan, 32, with sexy bikini snap
Your account is not active. We have sent an email to the address you provided with an activation link. Check your inbox, and click on the link to activate your account. All hail Paris Hilton - the alleged inventor of the selfie! Really though, it's not sure who did the first one, but let's think that it was the Hilton heiress back in
As he entertained patrons from a dimly lit booth overlooking a stage at the Ultra Gentlemen's Club, where Halloween decorations hung in anticipation of a costume party, he could not have known that investigators that very evening were capitalizing on his own mistakes to build a case against him. He almost certainly had no idea that lab technicians had linked DNA on two pipe bomb packages he was accused of sending to prominent Democrats to a sample previously collected by Florida state authorities. Or that a fingerprint match had turned up on a separate mailing that authorities say he sent. And he was probably unaware that investigators scouring his social media accounts had found the same spelling mistakes on his online posts — "Hilary" Clinton, Debbie Wasserman "Shultz" — as on the mailings he'd soon be charged with sending. In the end, prosecutors who charged Sayoc with five federal crimes Friday say the fervent supporter of President Donald Trump unwittingly left behind a wealth of clues, affording them a critical break in a coast-to-coast investigation into pipe bomb mailings that spread fear of election-season violence.