The Best Beach Moments Ever Caught On Camera


A day at the beach is a guarantee for a good time out with lots of amazing new memories. It’s a place where people go to unwind and enjoy some time outside, and thanks to the marvels of the internet it’s also become a place where meme-tastic moments happen on a daily basis. Some moments are just too good to not share with the rest of the world, and it might even give some of us that aren’t at the beach right now a good laugh or two. Let’s see what the internet has in store for us today!

Day Ruined in 3 … 2 … 1 …

Well, it’s a well known fact that most dogs can’t help but fetch when they see balls moving in front of them. The look of pure glee on that guy’s face is about to be changed by a mixture of pain and pure terror, and I’m not sure if his mate on the background has any idea what mentally scarring situation he’s about to witness.

I can’t help but feel like this was supposed to be an in-action shot with a running girl and a fancy filter over it, but somehow she fell and the camera perfectly caught the faceplant. 

Fun With Watermelons

Don’t forget that a watermelon shell is just a sun cap that you have to eat out first. This gentleman gets it, and his wisdom grants him full protection from heatstroke.

And don’t do what this lady is attempting and just elbow drop a melon. The melon will fight back and you’ll be woefully unprepared. This woman literally has a better chance of breaking her elbow than that juicy watermelon.

Masterclass in Photobombing

The only thing more fun than posed pictures is everything that isn’t a posed picture. Seriously, don’t do them, they’re the worst. And if you see someone else do them, do what this gentleman did and photobomb the living heck out of it.

Remember the House Rules

If you go to the beach, remember that you’re probably going to get filmed and posted to YouTube whenever you do. It’s just common sense.

There’s also very little reason to still be at the beach when you can match the tone of this sign, so keep in mind that – especially when it comes to uv exposure – sometimes enough really is enough. 

Respect the Tides

If you’re gonna park as close as you can to the beach, remember to not actually park on the beach. Tides are a thing, and salt water can do a real nasty number on that car of yours.

And last but not least: don’t get buried where the high tide can turn a fun game into the worst escape room ever. Who still buries people in the sand anyway? Haven’t we evolved beyond that as a species?