Animal Photobombs seem to be the new thing when it comes to taking a picture. You have been there before when you or a group of friends are trying to have a picture taken and some c**t tries to be funny by doing something they shouldn’t such as pulling a funny face. Well, animals have been googling everywhere and they are now aware of photobombing and are trying to get one over on us.
Definition of a photobombing: “To drop in a photo unexpectedly…to hop in a picture right before it is taken.”
Don’t let animals fool you with their fluffiness and cuteness, they are serial photobombers and they are loling at us every time they succeed. So, next time you are taking a picture scan the area first to make sure. Although, some of them are that stealth that you never see them coming until it’s too late.
If this stingray had a name it would be Steven, but his close friends would call him Steve, or Ste for short. As you can tell by the photo, he gets all the bitches. The woman to the left is pulling a face as Steven has his tail up her ass. She may look shocked but after this photo we reckon she was loving it. “Take it all, bitch.”
That’s funny, it feels like we have heard that last statement used before, we just can’t put our hands on it.
As you guessed it, the photo is probably fake. We can’t imagine a squirrel living there and being ready at the precise moment. But who are we to criticise. For all we know he does live there and he gets off over ruining other people’s pictures.
This Husky is so laid back that it’s unreal. He has definitely been on the doobie snacks. You may have also realised that this is the second husky on our list. What most people don’t know is huskies are known for animal photobombing.
We love this photobomb as you can tell the otter on the left is trying to take the picture very seriously; his friend on the right isn’t however. “Hey, Mike! This is what you look like,” “pulls funny face”.
“Did someone call little old me?” Go on then, get in the picture. The guys in the background don’t seem too upset to take a photo with the walrus. Although when he said he wanted to have a photo with them, they didn’t think he would take up that much of the shot.
“Yo, Dave, watch this!” “Hahaha, good one, John.” As you can tell, Dave and John are the comedians at SeaWorld and they usually get up to these kinds of tricks. Think yourself lucky, John usually likes to get his k**b involved which usually doesn’t end too well.
Yes, the seal who started the whole animal photobombing. After this little fella, animal photobombs sprung up online everywhere. You know there is a secret site like Facebook that is for animals and when we aren’t looking they upload photos like this, titled: Me sticking it to the penguins!
This sloth is a perfect example of a great animal photobomb. Wait for it, wait for it… Now! You know that the sloth is like “what’s up, bitches”. People think that sloths are very slow creatures, but it’s a whole conspiracy to cover up the fact that we can’t accuse them of trying to photobomb.
The husky obviously doesn’t know the rule: If lesbians start getting freaky then let it be. After he sees the photo he is going to be like “awww, shit, man.” You have heard the expression “c**k blocking,” well think of this as lesbian blocking.
Although the picture turned out to be a photobomb, the bear was trying to rob them. “Gimme yowl sandwiches and pink wafers, hoe, and the child will live… brap, brap!” Yeah, as you can tell, he is a gangster bear. In fact he is the leader of the infamous Grizzly Goons.
We are aware that some of these animal photobombs will be fake, but who cares? As long as they are funny and provide us with a LOL then it’s all good in the hood! Just remember that some of them are real and that your pet may be waiting for that perfect moment the next time you get the camera out.