If you”ve ever had a favorite tree, you probably know what we mean when we say they have personality. After all, many traditions view trees as fully sentient beings, with tons of wisdom and observations of the world to offer. However, few trees seem to have as much outward personality as the trees you”ll find below.
This tree adds a graceful flourish to its photosynthesizing.
This tree had enough of your nonsense.
This tree might look like the Crypt Keeper, but it”s actually quite cheerful. (Then again, so was the Crypt Keeper.)
This tree is known as a “creeper,” for several obvious reasons.
This face, though unknown to humans, is a well-known horror character in tree cinema, namely Texas Chainsaw Deforestation.
Even though he had a cold, Stanley was generally upbeat and satisfied with his life as a pine.
Mindy had a critical, discerning eye. She always thought she”d make a good art critic. Unfortunately, she was also a tree.
“Termites! Oh GAWD!”
After living in a college party destination for several years, Chauncey”s expression of awe was pretty much permanent.
This happened when Chauncey”s cousin came to visit.
This gnarled, old tree probably offers sage advice, most likely in riddle form.
Though thoughtful, Ernest had a hard time getting the other trees to take him seriously because of his unfortunate front teeth.
There are a lot of grumpy trees, but this one demonstrates that you can be cheerfuleven if you”re dead.
“I live in the forest because I don”t want to deal with humans. Ugh.”
“Are you kidding me right now? Are you kidding me right now?“
This tree might be derpy, but it doesn”t appreciate your references to whittlin”.
This graceful tree is soaking up some sun.
We dare you to walk through this swamp at night and not get the willies.
How many trees in your area have similarly funny or frightening features? If you”re not familiar with any human-like trees, be sure to keep an eye out for nature”s weird sense of humor in the wild. Just don”t forget to bring your imagination.