Doctors Say It’s Normal To See ‘Faces’ In These 28 Photos, But I Think It’s A Bit Strange.
If you've ever felt like you're being watched, you might be crazy - and no, that head of broccoli at the grocery store isn't talking to you. However, you also might just be suffering from pareidolia, a common neuroses that makes people think they see faces in everyday objects.
Pareidolia is sometimes a symptom of anxiety and depression, but it also happens to people who simply happen to be a little more observant than others. Check out some amusing examples of this psychological phenomenon below.
#1. These eggs are too happy to realize they will soon be eaten.
#2. Laughing at you from light years away.
#3. Feeling pretty good about this.
#4. This chocolate bar is more scared than he's ever been.
#5. This log hates all of your life choices.
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