Cats and other critters make photobombing look totally cool, but birds somehow manage to make the whole thing look like it's our fault they're in our shot.
They stare at us like we're in their way, sometimes captivated by the shiny lens or the flash but mostly they're just there, in the way of yet another photo with that dumb look on their face.
But that's what makes the bird photobomb such a special experience- they could fly away in an instant but they've chosen to satisfy their curiosity about humans by ruining our shots.
Ruining is really the wrong word, actually a bird photobomb is quite the opposite, and so long as they don't break our lenses or peck at our heads birds can guest star in our photos anytime!
Of course, inviting them to guest star in our shots may mean inviting disaster
Because birds weren't raised with our human sense of decency and respect
And while other animals may try to take over the game by proving how funny they can be while photobombing
The birds will always win in a photobomb war, taking funny to a whole new level of hilarity
When a bird pops into your shot it's best to keep calm and shoot on
Because technically even a pigeon could peck your eyes out
So if they want to flap their feathers in your face for a sec let 'em!
Okay, so bird photobombs aren't always the most pleasant experiences
But a bird's goofy sense of humor will always win the humans back to the lighter side again
Because they make every guest appearance feel like a visit from Rip Taylor, minus the confetti
Or one of the Three Stooges when they're feeling particularly clumsy
And that's why people don't feel bad when they get photobombed by a bird
Instead, people smile and crack up about how hilarious it is to have a bird pop into their shot
And even though they occasionally get upstaged by some of the natural world's bigger show-offs
Birds are always eager to prove they're the best photobombers in the animal kingdom!