Do you believe in fate? Well, here are a bunch of pictures capturing amazing coincidences that will have you believing in destiny. Or luck—and possibly Photoshop. But either way, it’s a collection of cool photos.
Keep reading to see some of our favorites.
What are the chances!?
Timing Is Everything
This photographer managed to capture a picture of a fire breather looking like he’s kissing a dragon.
Well, at least the puppies’ owners will always be able to tell them apart. I wonder if the number of spots corresponds to their birth order.
Nature is full of beautiful and inexplicable things, and sometimes people are lucky enough to capture them on film. Take this photo from Sweden, which is clearly showing the end of the dinosaurs. Or the ending of “Independence Day.”
Sometimes, lady luck is on your side — like when a tree falls on your car, but doesn’t leave a scratch!
Not So Lucky
And then sometimes luck is not on your side. Case in point: The man in the video below.
Ever have some vacation time but can’t figure out where to go? Well, you could go on a random trip to find your phone’s screen saver. Seriously, look at how stunned that polo bro is.
Dressed For Success
I’m not sure what is more amazing: that this woman matches the cars next to her, or that she willingly wore this dress. It reminds me of those split jerseys that sports fans have to wear when they want both teams to win.
“Hey There, Handsome.”
This bird seems to enjoy reading about itself, just like the rest of us.
How Did That Get There?
Remember that weird internet fad a while ago where people were obsessed with posting videos of people flipping water bottles because the internet is an easily amused place? Well, I hope that fad is done — because nobody will ever top the person who got this water bottle up on that “J.”
Hiding In Plain Sight
I really want to know if this person bought a dog to match their carpet, or a carpet to match their dog. Or if they just cut the dog out of the carpet. Either way, it’s a perfect fit.
Spot The Spots
Animals aren’t the only ones who can match their surroundings perfectly. I’ll give you a second to find the woman on this bed. I promise you, she’s in there somewhere.
Up In The Sky
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a … bird moving as fast as a plane? We love how this one bird just happens to be flying in perfect formation with his non-feathered friends.
I’m not saying I don’t appreciate the lightning trying to tell me where to go. It certainly makes for a great photo. But I’m going to head in the opposite direction of the scary bolt of doom.
These are two bullets that struck each other from the Battle of Gallipoli in World War I. These two people were really, really lucky. At least until someone else likely tried to shoot at them and finish the job.
This Won’t End Well
Anyone can get a photo of a disaster. But it takes skill to capture that exact, “Oh, poop” moment just as the wheels fall off. In this case, literally.
I don’t know who Roy is. Or what the 9 means. Or why he needs two different cars from two different states. You do you, Roy.
This is a man reading, “Never Eat Alone.” While eating alone. He must not be very far through the book.
Deja Vu All Over Again
I hear burgundy sweaters are in this year. And apparently having blonde hair and tilting to the left are also in. At least all three of these blonde-haired, burgundy-sweatered folks are in a music class. Maybe they can be the next Hanson?
Judging A Book By Its Cover
You wouldn’t expect a raven to land on something as benign as a speed limit sign, would you?
Sure, you could try and obey all of the traffic laws. Or you could dress up like a traffic cone. That way, when you walk across the street, cars avoid you.
These two cats’ heads are lined up perfectly in contrast to each other. It’s like one of those, “Do you see a wine glass or two people?” picture puzzles. But better, cuz cats.
Sure, it could be a sign for a raised bump and a crosswalk. Or it could be a warning that the aliens are coming. The truth is out there.
No, We Don’t
I guess you should have listened to the height limit, not your own slogan. And if you squint, you can also see the words on the truck that say they’re going the extra mile. Which is another promise they appear to be breaking, considering they aren’t going anywhere.