Do You Suffer From Pareidolia? Do You See Houses Or Faces?

Pareidolia is the tendency to interpret a vague stimulus as something known to the observer, such as seeing shapes in clouds, seeing faces in inanimate objects or abstract patterns. Do you suffer from it? Scroll down to find out!

Do you see a face in this house?

Do you see a face in this house?

Do you see a face in this house?

Do you see a face in this house?

Do you see a face in this house?

Do you see a face in this house?

Do you see a face in this house?

Do you see a face in this house?

Do you see a face in this house?

Do you see a face in this house?

Do you see a face in this house?

Do you see a face in this house?

Do you see a face in this house?

Do you see a face in this house?

Do you see a face in this house?

Do you see a face in this house?

Do you see a face in this house?

Do you see a face in this house?

Do you see a face in this house?

Do you see a face in this house?

11 thoughts on “Do You Suffer From Pareidolia? Do You See Houses Or Faces?”

  1. It is built into your brain to see faces in things. It’s the part of your brain that recognizes faces. It’s normal.

  2. There is no suffering when you are laughing your ass off at faces on a house because you’re drunk

  3. I live by a house that looks like a giant fat cat laying down staring at the road… we call it the cat house… So i’m assuming that means i have this. I don’t suffer though I think it’s cool

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