Have you ever seen things that were doubled? A tiny orange inside a usual orange or a car in a car – for example. You might not believe it, but they actually exist. Just look around you. This world is so wonderful that they always find a way to surprise us with the most interesting things. If you still find it hard, there is a place where you can find many pics of this type of stuff.
The r/2healthbars subreddit, which is a Reddit community, describes itself as a place for the 2 health bar phenomenon: “When you think you’ve killed a boss in a video game, but then it starts a new phase with another health bar.” About 489k members of this group are constantly sharing all sorts of bizarre, fascinating, and awesome images that are uncommon examples of recursion. We have collected some of the best pics from this group for you. So, take a minute to scroll down and check them out right now.
#1. What a smug clock
#2. A tiny mandarin was inside this mandarin I peeled
#3. This second window created by ice
#4. This tree Has been adding layers of another tree every year
#5. The sunflower’s sunflower
#6. Someone tried to break into an auto parts store near my house
#7. GRANDMA and grandma
#8. This mouse
#9. Chain link icicles
#10. We’ve got claws on claw around here!
#11. Sign language interpreter on TV interview
#13. This car that has a smaller car inside it
#14. 2 health bars at fedex
#15. A gun that holds another gun
#16. The dog’s ear is another dog
#18. Cookies on cookie
#19. Double the preparation
#21. Oversized on/off switch… with an on/off switch
#22. My aging shift knob and a perfectly good one lurking underneath!
#23. Holding a mug
#24. This apple has an apple on it
#25. A rock in a rock
#26. Safety first
#27. When you can’t decide between denim and khaki
#28. Ready for some serious walking
#29. This really complicates the “What came first?” question, huh?
#30. When there’s a mini boss before the boss
#31. A vanan
#32. My boyfriends dice
#33. A cat on a cat
#34. Opening a electric box door in the restroom
#35. It’s a me