Do You Suffer From Pareidolia? Are You Seeing Funny Faces Everywhere?

Do you suffer from Pareidolia? It’s a type of apophenia, which is a more generalized term for seeing patterns in random data. Some common examples are seeing a likeness of Jesus in the clouds or an image of a man on the surface of the Moon. Scroll down to find out how badly you are affected by it!

Funny example of pareidolia.

Funny example of pareidolia.

Funny example of pareidolia.

Funny example of pareidolia.

Funny example of pareidolia.

Funny example of pareidolia.

Funny example of pareidolia.

Funny example of pareidolia.

Funny example of pareidolia.

Funny example of pareidolia.

Funny example of pareidolia.

Funny example of pareidolia.

Funny example of pareidolia.

Funny example of pareidolia.

Funny example of pareidolia.

Funny example of pareidolia.

Funny example of pareidolia.

Funny example of pareidolia.

Funny example of pareidolia.

Funny example of pareidolia.

Funny example of pareidolia.

Funny example of pareidolia.

23 thoughts on “Do You Suffer From Pareidolia? Are You Seeing Funny Faces Everywhere?”

  1. I like how the string in the 2nd to last image is laughing while flipping the viewer off.

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  2. It helps when you’re told what to look for and then a bunch of good examples are all strung together!

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  3. Love the photos! Hilarious!!
    But I have to say that apophenia is bollocks!!! Any sane person can see these things. The psychiatrist who coined the term is like any other conditioned soul in a human body in this material world. That is, he would’ve been struggling with the four defects of the human condition-

    1. The tendency to make mistakes.
    2. To cheat ourselves and others.
    3. Imperfect senses.
    4. Prone to illusion.

    So. if anyone takes the time to meditate on that, and relate to their own life experiences they’ll understand that any so called scientist is a cheater etc.

    All this and more is explained very nicely in Bhagavad Gita As it is by His Divine Grace AC Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada.

    Stay safe.

    Your servant

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  4. If it’s set up, like the red clothing for a tongue, and the two rolls of TP set on purpose to look like eyes, it doesn’t count.

  5. I agree w/ paula she is right some things were set up but lots of times i see faces in things that don’t have faces

  6. I have never suffered from pareidolia, to the contrary I’ve enjoyed it my entire life, giggling at so many startling discoveries all the while leaving family and friends thinking I’m insane – I’m so happy to finally found a home with others

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