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Do You Have Pareidolia? Check Out These Funny Faces In Inanimate Objects And Find Out!

By Nadine / jeudi 5 avril 2018 05:30
"I SEE FACES EVERYWHERE. FML."

Do you suffer from Pareidolia, the disease (that definitely sounds made up but is in fact real,) which makes you see funny faces in inanimate objects? Take our quick test to find out. What do you see when you look at the images below? Just a bathtub, a brick building, a seatbelt? If so, you are not one of the lucky ones who have this chuckle-worthy, but otherwise useless disease. 

Bonus: you can really imagine what they're thinking. For those who aren't The Chosen Ones, worry not. We will narrate for you.

"Oh no. Not again."

"AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH"

The one on the right is definitely flicking you off.

"WHY DID  YOU CUT OUR FACES OFF YOU SICK BASTARD?"

"S-s-s-o, y-y-your going to s-shave? Like, r-right now??"

"Wubbalubbadubdub" Points if you get the reference.

"Same shit. New day. Humpday, amiright?"

Quack.

"Your mere existense puts me to sleep."

"Fuckin' one of these days, I tell you, I'm going after those kids for walking on my lawn."

The left looks like it has no idea how it ended up as a plug and the right is low-key really a very pleased sloth.

Donald Trump?

These are definitely puppies reincarnated into inanimate objects.

"The last time I ate Mexican food I had stomach problems all night so I'm really not sure that I'm up for that Deborah."

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By  Glowworm56  |  25

I think mine is more extreme to be honest. When I was a kid, during breakfast I'd look at the floral tablecloth and easily see different characters. I could make up an entire story if I wanted to. Basically any abstract pattern--be it a simple solid colored carpet or a colorful patterned couch--I can see different things in them.

By  manofmerr  |  27

I have it to. Every time, and i do mean every time, i look at the mirror, i see this face. and when i move to make the pattern on the mirror change, it looks like the face is moving with me!

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By  TheLostCauseFML  |  40

Hey, I have it but my Paradolia is much more extreme. I'm not ashamed though, Van Gogh had it too, and statistics say that you are either very. creative or very narcissistic and most likely a woman. I am a woman, and I am very creative with my art and my stories. Narcissism is not at all a part of me.

By  Glowworm56  |  25

I think mine is more extreme to be honest. When I was a kid, during breakfast I'd look at the floral tablecloth and easily see different characters. I could make up an entire story if I wanted to. Basically any abstract pattern--be it a simple solid colored carpet or a colorful patterned couch--I can see different things in them.

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Same with me!! I see whole scenes play out in the clouds and trees. I often see more than one face Merced with another in trees or fabric. Faves everywhere, and I'm talking sometimes more detailed than I can draw. It makes life so much more interesting.

By  manofmerr  |  27

I have it to. Every time, and i do mean every time, i look at the mirror, i see this face. and when i move to make the pattern on the mirror change, it looks like the face is moving with me!

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