Every once in a while, someone creates a revolutionary invention that completely changes how we all see the world.
Case in point: Google Street View.
Yep, thanks to this innovative technology, we can get a real-life perspective of countless places across the globe by simply looking at our laptops.
Back in 2008, a new rendition of Street View was rolled out that included face-blurring technology.
People were having a cow over the fact that their faces were being posted all over the internet, so the necessary changes were made.
Apparently, cows ALSO raised the same privacy concerns with the company.
A photo recently surfaced on Google Street View that features an unidentifiable cow.
Yep, by the looks of this blurry-faced animal, Google clearly doesn't want us to know the real identity of this farm animal.
And now we all have a lot of questions.
It didn't take long for everyone on the internet to start trolling this anonymous cow.
But apparently, this isn't the first photo from Google Street Views that has caught people's attention.
It turns out the feature has captured all sorts of weird shit, like this dude eating a banana, while dressed as a horse...
...and this dog that decided to do unspeakable things to a pig when he thought no one was watching.
Street view has also spotted pigeon worshiping cults in Japan...
An alien hanging out in the park on a hot summer's day...
An unlucky woman who's about to experience a whole new world of pain...
...and a guy who loves cutting grass so much, it literally makes him jump for joy.
Seriously, you might want to think twice before you do anything embarrassing from now on; you never know when Google may be watching.
Citations: Google Blurred This Cow's Face And Now People Have Many Questions (Bored Panda)