Last week we predicted that octogenarian Hugh Hefner’s embrace of planking would spell the end to the craze. Spinoff fads owling and leisure diving have failed to eclipse it, but could something called horsemaning be poised to rise up from planking‘s ashes?

Horsemaning — or fake beheading — was apparently a popular way of taking pictures in the 1920s, and now, the trend is experiencing a revival.

The vintage 1920s photo that launched the revival:

Modern day horsemaning:



[via BuzzFeed]