This picture tells us a great story. It is the story of a man; let’s call him DudeBro. DudeBro went on a much-needed vacation to a faraway island. One of his vacation goals was to make an unlikely friendship. And boy did he do that.
When most people decide to make a new friend, they go for a fellow human, but not DudeBoro. On his first day of vacation, he went diving and met a shark. Naturally, DudeBro asked if they could take a selfie together. The shark’s immediate reaction was to smile for the camera, and the two have been inseparable ever since.
Who said that dogs, no matter what breed, don't have style? It is evident through this photograph that when it comes to hairstyle, four legs, and a tail will never come in their way. This dog is obviously stuck in the 1980s when Wham ruled the world and punk ruled the salons. All that is missing is an ultra-pink headband, and this companion is ready to rock.
Now seriously. This is what we call perfect timing, as there is no way this was staged in any way. It is not by chance that the dog in the back was feeling joyful that day and had its tail up high. We can't imagine seeing his back lock of hair showing from any other position.
This perfectly timed photo of the last few seconds in the life of that poor fish is as tragic as it is hysterical. We can almost hear what they were thinking about when the picture was snapped. The Pelican was thinking, "Score!" and the fish was thinking, "Oh man... Can someone tell my wife I won't make it to dinner tonight?"
We know what you're thinking — pelicans and fish don't speak English! Well, don't be so sure about that. For all we know, they speak English very well, they just don't want us to know it. The food chain is crazy, y'all!
How Do I Look?
The real story behind these pictures here is that of David Slater, a nature photographer. There was a two-year-long trial to determine if the pictures' copyrights legally belonged to Slater or the monkey —a crested black macaque. After seeing the monkey's picture in Slater's book, PETA filed a lawsuit in the monkey's name, claiming that he should have been the legal owner of it.
We can't believe it took two whole years for the court to rule in favor of the human, but it did. There are thousands of photos of innocent animals out there, with no proper legal representative.
From Bronco to Bessie
We can guess what brought on this epic fall. It probably started with the horse finding out that the rider is called a cowboy. The horse's next thought was, "Well, if he likes cows so much, he might as well go ride one of them." The rodeo obviously did not go as planned for this cowboy, to say the very least.
Maybe he will consider changing his title to houseboy next time and save himself some trouble. This is just another great example of why sports and activities that involve animals should be banned. Not only here but all over the world.