Have you ever noticed faces in everyday objects? It happens frequently. We are all accustomed to seeing people everywhere, practically anyplace we turn. We can look one way or the other and we will see a face. Whether or not this is friendly, the fact remains that humans are highly adept at recognizing and identifying someone who is looking at us, and we can do so with ease.
According to Dr. Jessica Taubert from UQ’s School of Psychology, face pareidolia, the illusion that a facial structure may be seen in an ordinary item, reveals a lot about how our brains pick up on and understand social cues. Despite the fact that the feeling of being fooled by someone or something is not good, seeing the faces in daily stuff is quite interesting and amusing as well. Below, we will show you some images of objects whose faces we can clearly see. Scroll down to check out how funny they are.
#1. Happy postface
#2. These cyclops looking wine glasses
#3. My trousers on Monday morning
#5. Elevator man, eater of key cards and souls
#6. This coat hanger looks like an alien that wants a hug
#7. Hi I’m Pot
#8. I run past this broccoli tree every day
#9. This cactus looks like a turtle trying to fly away!
#10. Oh god
#11. ‘Got a lighter, bruv?’
#12. The angry train is angry
#13. Happy bottle bank in Prague
#14. This fat plant flipping off other plants
#16. Two-legged Rhino
#17. Kung-fu cactus