Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Horsemaning is the New Planking

Move over planking and owling, the latest photo snapping craze involves good old fashion beheading. Believed to have evolved during the 1920s, Horsemaning has taken its name from the term Headless Horseman and is performed by hiding the head of a person as best as possible. It is also referred to as fake beheading, where a second person then exposes only his head and hides the rest of the body to create an optical illusion. Join in on the beheading fun at Facebook.

The original:

The revival:

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