If You Can’t Help Seeing Funny Faces Everywhere, You May Suffer from Pareidolia

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As Wikipedia describes it, pareidolia is a psychological phenomenon in which our minds react to a certain stimulus by seeing familiar patterns where none exists. The most common forms of this include perceiving images of faces in inanimate objects, animals or objects in cloud formations, hearing voices in random noise, etc.

But as serious as this condition sounds, seeing faces in random objects can also be fun. And once you see them, they can’t be unseen. Here’s our collection of the funniest examples.

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startled #facesinplaces #surprisesurprise #doorhandle #facesonobjects

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