Someone took a cute photo of a bear playing with a piece of wood. Redditors photoshopped it into Internet history.

Someone took a cute photo of a bear playing with a piece of wood. Redditors photoshopped it into Internet history.
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Someone took a cute photo of a bear playing with a piece of wood. Redditors photoshopped it into Internet history.

Aww, bears are dumb. (via)

There are regular animals, and then there are animals that are built for the Internet. This little bear, uploaded by redditor B34RD to r/PhotoshopBattles, seems destined for Internet greatness. He has the perfect combination of cuteness and derpiness. It's hard not to immediately start narrating his thoughts with poor spelling and grammar ("I can haz telescope?"). All he needs now is a catchy meme name. Astronomer bear? Block Of Wood Bear? 

Here's what happened when r/PhotoshopBattles got ahold of this guy:

Someone took a cute photo of a bear playing with a piece of wood. Redditors photoshopped it into Internet history.

This photo will be on the cover of every North Korean bear newspaper by morning. (via)


Someone took a cute photo of a bear playing with a piece of wood. Redditors photoshopped it into Internet history.

Not specific types of wood, mind you. That's the companion book. (via)


Someone took a cute photo of a bear playing with a piece of wood. Redditors photoshopped it into Internet history.

Do bears make duck faces when they eat Pringles? (via)



Someone took a cute photo of a bear playing with a piece of wood. Redditors photoshopped it into Internet history.

"I see trees! Nope, just this giant block of wood." (via)


Someone took a cute photo of a bear playing with a piece of wood. Redditors photoshopped it into Internet history.

Beartender's privilege. (via)


Someone took a cute photo of a bear playing with a piece of wood. Redditors photoshopped it into Internet history.

The milkman is an elephant. (via)


Someone took a cute photo of a bear playing with a piece of wood. Redditors photoshopped it into Internet history.

"This bear has issues." (via)

(by Shira Rachel Danan

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