*Warning: This is stupid* Dang these trends come and go quickly, don’t they? I remember as recently as two months ago, planking was all the rage. Then all of a sudden, last month planking was replaced by owling. Owling came and went so fast I didn’t even have time to write about it. So much for that.
Somewhere in the midst of all that craziness, cone-ing reared its head for a few days. Cone-ing looked like it might actually catch on since the website had so many views in such a short period of time, but it fizzled out even faster than the rest of them.
Now all of those trends have been replaced by something much more mature and sensible. It’s beheading. Technically it’s called horsemaning, which means fake beheading. I know what you’re thinking, “Really? Are you kidding me?” Nope, I’m not kidding you. Like Elaine on Seinfeld once said, you gotta start taking my stupid warnings more seriously.
To be honest, I think this is my favorite one yet. It’s cool to try to figure out which people were Photoshopped into beheaded beauties and which photographs were crafted using more than one person to pull it off. Ironically, these types of photos were popular back in the 1920s, well, not the Photoshopped ones of course. Go figure. To view more of this horsemaning collection, click over to GeekOSystem.