Times Everyday Objects Were Actually Pop Culture Icons In Disguise

For those who haven’t yet heard, pareidolia is a psychological phenomenon in which the mind responds to a stimulus, usually an image or a sound, by perceiving a familiar pattern where none exists. To put it simply, it’s a bug in the human mind that causes it to see things that aren’t really there. For example, you look at a regular tap but see Ice Age’s acorn-obsessed Scrat or you glance at a juicy cinnamon roll but it becomes an anguished E.T.

This Truck Carrying Rolls Of Plastic Looks Like Cookie Monster

My Favorite Picture Of Trump

This Tap Looks Like Scrat From Ice Age

This Walnut Look Like Chewbacca

Found A Stormtrooper When I Was Doing The Dishes

Meth. Not Even Once. Rip Thomas The Tank Engine

This Leaf Looks Like Scream Mask

This Looks Like Raphael Teenage Mutant Turtle

The Soul Of Darth Vader Lives In My Windscreen

This Electric Cable Looks Like Famous Edvard Munch’s Painting The Scream

Thi Fuel Cap Casts The Shadow Of Batman

This Palm Looks Like Sideshow Bob From The Simpsons

The Sorting Cone

Swarm Of Bees On Hydrant Looks Like Snoopy Wearing A Hat

This Looks Like Groot

This Geode Looks Like Cookie Monster

This Cinnamon Roll Looks Like An Anguished Et

This Strawberry I Found Looks Like Mario

This Furniture From Target Looks Just Like Mike And Sully From Monsters Inc.

This Looks Exactly Like Spiderman

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