South Africa is teeming with images from the continent's first World Cup, and we are only one day into the big bash. We've picked out a few of our personal favourites to share with you.
A bottle of whisky in hand, a slightly vacant look, a daft hat on your head and no chairs in the living room. Scotland are sadly missed at this World Cup, but an inebriated South African fan keeps alive the spirit of the Tartan Army.
The French are too sophisticated for national stereotypes. They don't sell onions, flaunt neck scarves, don stripey jerseys or wear berets. Judging by their team's outing against Uruguay, they don't play attractive football anymore, either. At least one stereotype is true. These boys may soon by crying into their berets.
The World Cup is a place where old friends meet. David Beckham and Lucas Radebe get together in South Africa to discuss their country's prospects, and perhaps the prospects of England emulating South Africa as hosts in 2018.
A chance to paint the town red, or at least blue, white and yellow. This attractive girl nails her colours to the mast behind Uruguay. Brazil don't own the copyright on South American beauties.
South African fans get their hands on the World Cup, which is probably more than will be achieved by the country's players. Never mind. For now, Bafana Bafana rule!
These boys can sing, these boys can dance. South Africa players go through a dance routine after scoring against Mexico. We still prefer the creaking Roger Milla's little swaying number which outed itself in 1990 and 1994, but that's not to say others can't try.
The World Cup is always a chance to wear a big pair of shades.
South African fans display their longing for Nelson Mandela, despite the country's former president being forced to miss the opening of the tournament due to the death of his great-granddaughter.