When you're at the club and you see two people making out, you probably make a face in disgust and walk away. You're not alone, as this is the reaction most people have. But one hero has decided to stand up to these putrid PDA-ers by dropping mad photobombs on them.
When you're behind enemy lines, the slightest mistake could be deadly. Here she uses the man in the middle of the photo as a decoy by focusing her camera on him, thereby not raising the couples' suspicions.
For a while, sofiagia returned to civilian life, but it wasn't the same. She had stared the enemy in the face, and the adrenaline from that was far too addicting. For sofiagia, another night, another club, another couple making out: that was home.
There were times when sofiagia got a little too brazen, putting the mission - and herself - in jeopardy. Many thought that shell shock had set in, and those closest to her would tell you that spending two years photobombing people had changed her.
Sofiagia soon ventured outside of the usual war zones of nightclubs and bars for the open streets, putting herself and everyday civilians at risk. Collateral damage started increasing at an alarming rate.
Despite these never-ending photobombs, one thing that has remained consistent has been the spirit of the American people. Just the other day, I saw a couple kissing at the mall. They weren't living in fear of getting hit by a photobomb. It's these kinds of displays that give me hope.