Artist Imagines People Flirting Like Animals, And It’s Hilarious

Telling someone you’re interested usually involves quite a few corny pick-up lines and awkward glances. Wouldn’t it be easier if we, humans picked our partners the same way animals do? For example, female Galapagos tortoises hit on males that can stretch their neck out the farthest. And in many penguin species couples are formed after the male presents the female with a pebble. Plain and simple. But before you yell “somebody should make a comic about it,” hold on. Artist Ben Hed already did. The illustrator and character designer from Minnesota has put together a series, answering the questions “What if humans flirted like animals?” and it’s hilarious. Scroll down to check out the images and tell us in the comments which one of these approaches you’re going to use next time.

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Birds

Galapagos Giant Tortoises

Black Widow Spiders

Penguins

Sloths

Enjoying the series, people said we aren’t that too far off

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