A new fashion has conquered social networks: dogs over mushrooms
It is simply puppies posing over a mushroom
It all started with Twitter thanks to the idea of a user
The idea soon depopulated, also invading Instagram
Beware of the fungus: it must be tough enough to support a dog
We warn you we are about to tell you about a new fashion that until now we had not felt the need, but which we are sure for many will become indispensable: we are talking about the fashion of photographing dogs over mushrooms.
Nothing more than what you imagined: many people have taken to photograph the puppies of the house posing over mushrooms of all sizes. It does not matter if the dog in question is about two apples tall or if they are dogs of greater size and weight; what matters is to put Fido in a pose and take the photo that portrays him in this new mycological fashion.
Huge mushrooms and micro-dogs
It seems that the fashion of dogs over mushrooms is due to a Twitter user, @lofidrew, who one day decided to photograph his dog on a mushroom, presenting the idea with a "meet the dogs over the mushrooms" . The tweet has literally depopulated on social media and was immediately copied by other users.
After more than 300,000 likes and almost sixty thousand retweets, the emulators did not wait, as in the case of the Instagram user Pawtrakz, who raised the bar of the challenge by increasing the size of the dog. Puppies and small dogs are the most photographed, but nothing prevents you from immortalizing large dogs. One detail to consider: mushrooms.
Dogs over mushrooms: what kind?
Having established that the fashion of dogs over mushrooms requires canids of limited size and weight, what are the mushrooms capable of bearing the weight of a dog? These are different species that grow on the bark of trees and therefore not the classic boletus, just to give an example. We do not know if this type of mushroom is also available in our country, but if you want to follow the trend, do it before the object of your social photographic desire becomes something else.