If it seems like that the weekday is already weighing you down and you need a reason to smile? Photoshop wizards have brought you some more stuff to laugh about, and this is a hilarious list of four-legged animals photoshopped into two-legged animals.
Take a look!
This is what it means to half ass something.
#2. How is this creature balanced?
Long and heavy neck on two legs, pretty sure this giraffe will topple head over heels every time it bends to graze or drink.
#3. Llama posing for Instagram
Everything about that pose is self-explanatory.
#4. Is that a bird? Is that an animal?
Or maybe like a straw hut with legs.
#5. Bipedal Horse
Or like someone would say, “It ended even before it begun.” Anyway, still a cool horse. And it won’t get tamed by humans because there is nowhere to sit on this horse. Good for the horse, eh?
#6. This gorgeous steed
With flowing mane and swaying tail, the two-legged beast runs the grassland. And it makes him really happy.
#7. Potato with legs, wouldn’t you say?
Just an otter-faced potato with deer legs. Legit, amirite?
#8. They should be a real thing!
Fluffy lambs that easier to hold, pick up and play with? Sign me up for this Photoshop class.
#9. Who is a good boi?
Lovely doggo. Would definitely love to have him in my apartment.
I’m gonna go out on a limb here, and forgive myself for being serious – but I like the idea of two-legged elephants, horses, and such. At least they’d have a better life that way, they wouldn’t have to carry humans on their back.
#11. Is that a bunny?
Looks like a bunny, hops like a bunny. But is really a cat. How do I know? Wait till it opens that mouth and snarls at you for calling it a bunny.
#12. Incredible balance
Rhinoceros is a heavy animal. Imagine putting all that weight on just two legs, especially with that massive head.
#13. Look at him go
We all know about the rhino charge, now imagine a two-legged rhino charging at you. It won’t just slam you like a four-legged one, it’ll fly into you. Not a good prospect.
#14. No longer the ship of the desert
Camels are usually called ships of the desert, but now they are more like bikes of the desert. Still good.
Featured Image Courtesy: Hasshe