Justin Bieber Posts Selena Gomez Photo, Immediately Deletes It ‘Cause That’s His Deal — PHOTOS

Remember that stern chat your parents sat you down for, where they told you that the Internet is forever so never ever post anything you think you might regret? And then remember how you totally regretted ignoring that advice when you had to start applying for jobs with photos from that one spring break trip to Cabo still making their way across the net? The Biebz feels your pain (yay?). Justin Bieber posted a photo of Selena Gomez to Instagram on Thursday. And although Bieber almost immediately deleted the post afterward, the Internet certainly isn't letting him forget it anytime soon. Apparently, Bieber doesn't learn too fast though, because that photo is only the most recent in string of deleted Instagrams he's posted.

Bieber & Gomez

Bieber reportedly captioned his most recent post-and-delete, “Right now everything else is a blur.” Before Jelena fans get too excited though, bear in mind there’s really nothing to indicate the photo was taken recently. For all we know the Biebs is just feeling sentimental and posting old photos.

Image: Justin Bieber/Instagram

Bieber & Gomez — Again

Bieber posted this photo back in April of last year with the caption, “‘You’ve been makin music for too long babe come cuddle’ -her.” I like to think the subsequent chorus of gagging noises across the world caused a disturbance in the force so powerful, Bieber had no choice but to remove the picture.

Image: Justin Bieber/Instagram

Sad Orlando Bloom

Ever the class act, Bieber posted — and then deleted — this photo of Orlando Bloom crying last month, shortly after his reported altercation with the Lord of the Rings star in Ibiza.

Image: Justin Bieber/Instagram

Miranda Kerr

Bieber also posted this photo of Bloom’s ex-wife, Miranda Kerr, following their fight. Perhaps he had a change of heart though, because, like the Bloom picture, this one was also deleted.

Image: Justin Bieber/Instagram

Japanese Shrine

Bieber came under plenty of fire after he posted this picture of Japan’s controversial Yasukuni Shrine, which features the names of 14 Class-A war criminals. Unlike the other photos, which were deleted without comment, Bieber issued an apology after taking the photos down.

“To anyone I have offended I am extremely sorry. I love you China and I love you Japan,” Bieber posted on his Instagram account. He also explained that he believed the shrines to be solely “a place of prayer.”

Image: Justin Bieber/Instagram

Chantel Jeffries

Back in January, Bieber also posted and deleted a picture of Chantel Jeffries with the caption “@chanteljeffries taking me for a ride in the lambo.” The photo was deleted following Biebers arrest on suspicion of driving under the influence.

Image: Justin Bieber/Instagram