30 Scary Faces Hiding In Everyday Objects, I Hope I Never Meet #28.
Pareidolia, otherwise known as the Jesus-toast phenomenon, is a psychological term used to describe people who see faces in everyday objects.
Some studies show that people who routinely see faces in things might be extra neurotic. One Japanese study, for example, took a closer look at pareidolia, including "some of the personality traits and emotional states that enhance an individual's likelihood of perceiving a face in a random object, finding that neuroticism and a positive mood were correlated with this tendency."
For the most part, though, seeing faces in random things is pretty normal. It's also totally fun, which is why you should definitely check out the photos below.
#1. This is a whale of a scene.
#2. The tomato that actually just wants to eat you.
#3. "Please, light us," they all cried.
#4. Your washing machine is sick of doing your dirt.
#5. Would not drink.
#6. Horrified at the drivers behind you.
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