Only three short weeks have passed since Pokémon Go took over our streets, but talented trainers are already looking for new challenges. There are new Instagram accounts that are dedicated entirely to creative Pokémon Go photography, birthing a new genre of cute and hilarious pictures.

Have you ever been in the middle of a Poké battle when nature calls? Abra had to go so bad he didn't even stop to put the seat down.

It looks like Grimer-cinos are now on the menu at this cafe. In all fairness this one may be Photoshopped, but as with any emergent art form people will push the boundaries of what is possible and passible.

Run out of Pokéballs? Reach for the Raid.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BICt6M1gZo8/?taken-by=pogomoments&hl=en

He struts over to your machine to lecture you on the benefits of switching from soy to whey in your protein shakes. He likes to lift heavy, like twice, then move onto the next station. Meet Machote the meathead.

🌻 Bellsprout twinning. 🌻

https://www.instagram.com/p/BIa2KyWDieW/?tagged=rattata&hl=en

Some of the best photography centers around catching a Pokémon in what would seem to be its natural surroundings, like this Rattata in a cage.

… Or this Squirtle caught at the Zoo.

…Or this very cultured Duoduo, caught at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, matching perfectly with the color palette of ancient Egypt.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BIRZ70ogzXv/?tagged=diglet&hl=en

Sometimes you may catch a Pokémon in a compromising position. If you are into this sort of thing, there are quite a few photos of Diglett lap dances easily found on Instagram. If you're thinking of posting one yourself however, remember that unsolicited dig-pics are a real turn-off.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BIVryLvDAVg/?tagged=drowzee&hl=en

Speaking of overwhelming machismo, apparently Drowzee is quite the ladies' man.

https://www.instagram.com/p/BIGLeDVAUaw/?taken-by=pokemongo_travel&hl=en

In truth, there is no shortage of dirty Pokémon Gotography out there. Jiggly indeed.

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Cara Rose DeFabio is a pop addicted, emoji fluent, transmedia artist, focusing on live events as an experience designer for Real Future.