It’s hard to say why exactly, but realistic horse masks were huge for a while. You could probably blame the internet, Japan, or any of the usual scapegoats, but who really knows for sure how it started? Now more and more animal masks are popping up trying to grab onto some of the horse mask success. While most of them aren’t that exciting, this pigeon mask from Archie McPhee seems promising. For one, as the product page points out, it makes a great excuse to hang out on a statue. Plus, it’s the perfect mask for trolling people in a city by grabbing bagels out of their hands or almost running into them while flapping your arms and then turning at the last second make them look stupid for flinching.