This Guy Leaves Hilarious Fake Animal Facts All Over The Zoo To Bring Smiles To Guests
These hilarious "facts" would make going to the zoo so much more fun.
At the Los Angeles Zoo, this man is determined to bring a few more smiles to the guests.Obvious Plant/Facebook
Jeff Wysaski, a prankster who goes by the name ObviousPlant on Reddit, made these zoo-goers' day by leaving a few "scientific" animal facts around the zoo.
Wysaski planted the animal facts around the zoo before posting photos of them on social media.Obvious Plant/Facebook
The pranks poked fun at various animals, including flamingos, bears, owls, and meerkats.
As clever as the pranks were, though, the zoo staff removed them shortly after they were put up.Obvious Plant/Facebook
“The fake signs were posted around the zoo by a guest without our knowledge, but they were promptly taken down by zoo staff,” zoo spokesperson Sarah Agronow told BuzzFeed News.
Although some people were disappointed that the signs were taken down, at least they were funny while they lasted.Obvious Plant/Facebook
Now everyone knows that you should never reveal the truth about the "Friends" theme song to a barn owl.
And you should never trust those sneaky bears.Obvious Plant/Facebook
They're just the worst.
And ducklings are cute enough already, but a duckling parade?Obvious Plant/Facebook
It would be almost too cute to handle.
This also isn't the first time Wysaski has planted fake signs in public.Obvious Plant/Facebook
He also left these very helpful "store tips" in a Los Angeles grocery store.
They're sure to make anyone's shopping experience a little bit better.Obvious Plant/Facebook
Grocery shopping is a chore, but it's a little bit easier when there's something to laugh at.
Just remember not to pour Red Bull on any pigeons.Obvious Plant/Facebook
You wouldn't want them to be teased by their friends.
Wysask also told Bored Panda that he first started the pranks by leaving fake signs in a book store.Obvious Plant/Facebook
He was wandering around the bookstore when he realized that the section titles could be improved.
So he created his own and subtly slipped them on the shelves.Obvious Plant/Facebook
Eventually they were also taken down by the store employees, but not before everyone had a good laugh.
The new and improved signs also probably made life easier for some shoppers.Obvious Plant/Facebook
Instead of looking for the Romance section, people could just look for what they really wanted: the Dudes Who Lost Their Shirts section.
While he was there, he also planted a few fake books.Obvious Plant/Facebook
He made new book jackets with hilarious—yet intriguing—titles and stuck them on the shelves for unsuspecting shoppers to find.
And he didn't leave any detail out, either.Obvious Plant/Facebook
He even included author bios that are just as hilarious as the titles themselves.
The only shame is that they're all fake.Obvious Plant/Facebook
Imagine the shoppers' disappointment when they realized they would have to keep looking to find help regarding their centaur son or human sacrifice.
Finally, Wysask pranked a pet shop by giving the animals far more interesting names.Obvious Plant/Facebook
Like this turtle, who is disappointingly not teenaged, mutant, or ninja.
This baby Godzilla lizard, however, has all the superpowers.Obvious Plant/Facebook
But he needs a responsible owner, as he could bring world peace or world domination depending on how he's raised.
Then there's the gym rat.Obvious Plant/Facebook
Just be sure he has his tiny weights and a spotter friend, and you're good to go.