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17 Innocent Nature Photos That Somehow Look Very Dirty

Mother nature sure has a weird sense of humor. Why? Because so many things in nature look, well, dirty. Now, you might argue that with billions of plants, rocks and clouds on Earth, a few are bound to resemble genitalia. But these here are no freaks of nature. In fact, we're pretty sure these creations were put here on purpose just to mess with you. Take a look for yourself.

  • All the other trees in the forest are jealous.

    All the other trees in the forest are jealous.

    Theirs look more like acorns.

  • The ancient canyon remains bone dry for the whole year except for one day.

    The ancient canyon remains bone dry for the whole year except for one day.

    Natives call it an "anniversary."

  • Look, it's an old-timey skeleton key!

    Look, it's an old-timey skeleton key!

    Definitely not phallic at all!

  • OK, let's keep it PG and think of some family-friendly things this might be.

    OK, let's keep it PG and think of some family-friendly things this might be.

    A poorly drawn heart. A dog tooth. A bouquet of flowers falling from space. A baby arm clutching an apple. The possibilities are endless!

  • Really nature?

    Really nature?

    Fine, we'll be straight-up with you: it's a cirrus.

  • Mother earth is a frigid, uncaring mistress.

    Mother earth is a frigid, uncaring mistress.

    Many men have entered — none have escaped.

  • Shoutout to the untrimmed female plants of the world.

    Shoutout to the untrimmed female plants of the world.

    Say what you want — at least they don't look like saplings. 

  • Glad to hear the phrase "getting wood" is no longer gender-specific.

    Glad to hear the phrase "getting wood" is no longer gender-specific.

    That's called progress.

  • This guy looks too excited.

    This guy looks too excited.

    It's like he's never seen... a tree. He's never seen a tree before.

  • Ever wonder where baby trees come from?

    Ever wonder where baby trees come from?

    Seeds. The answer you're looking for is seeds.

  • We're starting to understand where "prick" got its colloquial meaning.

    We're starting to understand where "prick" got its colloquial meaning.

    Do we really need to spell that out?

  • Eyeballs or breasts?

    Eyeballs or breasts?

    Neither. This is a tree.

  • Look, we didn't say this article wasn't going to get weird.

    Look, we didn't say this article wasn't going to get weird.

    But hey, if you're still into it, then so are we.

  • Also, we refuse to censor any of these photos.

    Also, we refuse to censor any of these photos.

    We have a civic duty to bring you the photos in full fidelity. You know, for science. 

  • What two trees choose to do in the privacy of their own forest is between them...

    What two trees choose to do in the privacy of their own forest is between them...

    ...and whichever God they live to spite.

  • This must be what Sir Mix-A-Lot was talking about.

    This must be what Sir Mix-A-Lot was talking about.

    Word on the street is he can not lie.

  • We refuse to beat around the bush any longer.

    We refuse to beat around the bush any longer.

    But this strawberry might be OK with it.

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