First the world was swept by the peculiar sight of supine figures emulating boards, a phenomenon known as planking; then came the vacant-eyed owling enthusiasts perched on various roosts; and now horsemaning has taken its rightful place in the lexicon of bizarre Internet memes.

Like its predecessors, horsemaning relies on the jarring visual impression it creates. But there's a little more sleight of hand involved -- rather than simply imitating an owl or a two by four, people are positioning themselves so it seems as if their head is disconected from their body. It has already spawned a Facebook group for enthusiasts, which provided the photos below.

So dive into the world of horsemaning. If you think owling and planking were cool/exciting/stupid, you ain't seen nothing yet: