Great photobombs necessarily require two things—a perfect foreground setup and a perfect background punchline.
Bill Clinton, easily the greatest natural politician of his generation, executed a killer photobomb on the day before the 2014 midterm elections when he inserted his grinning visage into the background of photo a sad little girl allegedly forced by her parents to attend a boring political rally.
Sure, celebrities get an automatic boost in making excellent photobombs because the recognizable nature of their famous faces is often a joke in and of itself. But that doesn’t mean average Joes can’t make magic happen.
Take, for example, this American hero who gave a wide-eyed thumbs-down in the background of an election day photo of Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) registering his vote—presumably for himself rather than Democratic challenger, Alison Lundergan-Grimes.
— Josh Nelson (@josh_nelson) November 4, 2014
Here’s the photobomb in action:
This guy voting behind Mitch McConnell who wants the world to know how he feels about Mitch McConnell: http://t.co/aP7m7dblLW
— NowThis (@nowthisnews) November 4, 2014
If the Presidential Medal of Freedom were given out for top-quality photobombs, this dude would be on an airplane to Washington, D.C. to receive his honor right now.
Photo by Gage Skidmore/flickr (CC BY-SA 2.0)