After one complicated dress and two simple llamas completed dominated the world’s conversation last week, some of us around these parts began to wonder if we would ever truly appreciate another meme the same way. That perhaps nothing else would live up to the hype and that life had maybe lost a little bit of its magic.
Almost immediately we were proven wrong with this Martin Le-May photo of a weasel hitching a ride on* a woodpecker.
*Attempting to murder
ABSOLUTLEY INCREDIBLE photo by Martin Le-May. Green Woodpecker and Weasel. Apparently the Woodpecker escaped. pic.twitter.com/PUt1b2Mbhs— Jason Ward (@Jayward7) March 2, 2015
Soon after, the memes started flowing in like wine and once again we were able to #jointheconversation, while basking in the global unity that only a fast-burning, short-lived internet meme can inspire.
John Travolta is all over the weasel and the woodpecker pic.twitter.com/HMxoDInWbh— Elliot Wagland (@elliotwagland) March 3, 2015
Big question though - is it a fake? Hard to tell with sophisticated manipulations... pic.twitter.com/jOdzHZ3aSS— emily bell (@emilybell) March 3, 2015