The Quarantine Boredom has forced people to be creative and they certainly are. People are looking for a good recreational activity pretty much all the time.
They are coming up with plenty of online challenges. One such pastime people have come up with is Photoshopping their little cats’ faces on the pictures of bees.
Why, you ask?
Why not. We just can’t look away!
Reportedly, this silly trend began via Jessy Hanczaryk. She had no reason at all. Out of nowhere, she edited a picture of her cat. And this picture was photoshopped in a rather bizarre way. She used a picture of her cat Millie.
This cat and bee hybrid picture became an inspiration for many others on the internet.
Jessy was absolutely amused by this creation. She first shared the picture with her brother. Her brother decided to post them on Reddit. The pictures were absolutely loved. Furthermore, they were a hit. Very soon the pictures were everywhere.
The pictures were everywhere-
“I saw someone posted them on Facebook and someone else posted them on Instagram! “I honestly had no idea that people would like them so much.” Hanczaryk shared .
People’s reaction to the hybrid pictures-
Reached stage of isolation where I put our cats’ faces onto bee bodies pic.twitter.com/PEQX8ZDeEw
— lauren (@laurenjcross) April 20, 2020
I TURNED MY CATS INTO A MOTH AND A BEE FHDHJSKSKSKALS pic.twitter.com/pRSKJb2Mpj
— himbo lover #1 (@glossymaeve) April 19, 2020
My sister sent me an Instagram post of someone who had photoshopped her cat's face onto bees. So I had to give it a shot. This was the result, Salem the Bee: pic.twitter.com/6ScNrEuRQU
— Brittany (BPeep) (@BPeep_17) April 23, 2020
did I edit my cat's face into a bee? yes
will i use it as a pfp everywhere?
also yes pic.twitter.com/OxWoGlomXx
— Jun @Fuck the Shinoa Squad (@junai_risu) April 19, 2020
Could not stop laughing at this reddit post where OPs sister was photoshopping their cat's face onto bees… so we had to do one too. I present… JooBEE!https://t.co/H6ePR6x6wm pic.twitter.com/NJMErVlLL5
— Evan & Katelyn 🅔🅚 (@EvanAndKatelyn) April 19, 2020
Moreover, people not only loved this trend, but they also began expanding it by trying other animals.