This Reddit thread asked people for their best "pics or it didn't happen moment" where they really did have pictures. Here are some of our favorites. Blasterbot said, "Found a crashed plane in the woods with no information about it whatsoever. Pieces were scattered over the area of a football field but the main bits were mostly together."
FlecTec said, "I was eating lunch in the local park when I heard a rustling sound under the bench I was sat on. Then a squirrel ran out from underneath it carrying a full doughnut, sat on the grass in front of me and proceeded to eat the entire thing." The only thing to make this better would be if the squirrel dunked the doughnut into a mug of coffee.
Zsecular said, "When I was in 10th grade my high school friends didn't believe that Mary Kate & Ashley Olsen used to be friends with my twin brother and I. We were labeled as compulsive liars...We found a picture of them at our birthday party that shut them up." Being friends with the Olsen Twins is pretty unexpected. Whatever happened to predictibility?
Nekronicle said, "An Owl flew into my car once, in Las Vegas, while the car was moving with the windows open." Because what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, unless it's an owl that sneaked into your car. In that case, the owl is now leaving Vegas.
AfrikaPanther said, "My dad was petting a tiger and taking pictures. When the tiger bit his hand he thought 'I might as well take a picture of my hand the last time it was attached to my arm.' He broke free when the tiger went in for a better grip and he was able to break out." This is either the best dad ever or the dumbest dad ever.
Smellthatdouglasfir told Reddit, "My Dad and I were driving down a highway and found his Doppelgänger on a billboard." They added, "My Dad has actually tried to contact the guy on the billboard but he never replied." Maybe he was unable to contact the guy on the billboard because it would wreck the space-time continuum.
Jcalil24 said, "I once woke up at 7 am to the sound of harmonious bleating outside my window. I stepped outside to my backyard, and saw a field full of sheep. I live in southern California so I'm not sure why they were there or where they came from. They never came back." But if this person wanted to get back to sleep, they could simply count.
Mrtomatohead49 said, "Went to an ax throwing booth at a regional highland games and threw an ax into another ax that was already on the target." It's not quite the Robin Hood move of shooting an arrow through an arrow. But it's about as close as most of us could ever hope to get.
Navarro13 said, "I went 'magnetfishing,' this is where you simple tie a strong magnet to a rope and throw it in ponds and pools until you find some metal stuff on the bottom...I live in Belgium, near Ypres where there have been great battles in WWI, and I just threw the magnet across a small pond just outside the city. And believe it or not, I surfaced a grenade." Unlike catching a fish, when you catch a grenade you probably want it to be as small as possible.
Tonskigreen posted this photo, and simply called it "Elevator rides." If you're a celebrity and you get into an elevator with one other person, a selfie is probably going to happen. Or at least be attempted while you're not looking....
FreshOrange1 said, "A little over two years ago I took a selfie with a Google Car and it ended up on GoogleMaps: selfie with google car." But has he ever done this with the Bing Car? Because that would be even more impressive.
Skay_4 said, "A turkey jumped in my car once. It was so funny I decided to shut the door and take a picture because it looks like the turkey is driving the car." Turkeys can't fly, but can they drive? Only one way to find out!
A person on Reddit who just goes by the name ___cats___ said, "I met Bill Murray while he was in Punxsutawney for Groundhog's Day." The best part about this? Once you meet Billy Murray on Groundhog Day, you keep meeting him over and over.