Peach butts lead the trend on Japanese Instagram

Check out the 桃尻 hashtag, which is Japanese for peach butt, on Instagram, and you’ll find the cutest thing you’ll see on Internet today.

People are celebrating their new born with their naked butt pics. But, here lies the twist. The peaches have replaced the butts and it’s so CUTE!

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The hashtag appears to have taken off on Instagram after Kodomono featured pictures of baby butts covered in various fruit as part of a photo contest. The trend caught on and lots of Instagrammers jumped on to the bandwagon.

There are sleepy peach butts:

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Active peach butts:

Double peach butts:

Triple peach butts:

And even cherry peach butts:

Other peach butts photos:


(All photos are obtained from the Internet.)

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