Nearly all of us have been there – you see a familiar smile in the clouds, spot a dog’s face in the grain of a wooden wall, or see a creepy face peering at you from the shadows. No, you’re not hallucinating – you just experienced a wonderfully interesting phenomenon that’s called pareidolia. In short, it is the tendency for perception to impose a meaningful interpretation on a nebulous stimulus, usually visual, so that one sees an object, pattern, or meaning where there is none. There’s nothing you can do about it, it’s just how human brain is built. Might as well stop resisting and join the Things With Faces Facebook group and share your findings with the world. Scroll down for the funniest examples!
4 thoughts on ““Things With Faces” Facebook Group’s Members Are Seeing Faces Literally Everywhere”
…you didnt know arhictects and designers quite oftern work faces into their work ?
That stirrup expression pretty much sums up a pap experience!
To dead eye d: My name begins with d and I have one blind eye. Which made me feel quite unique until I read your comment.
I won’t be able to eat noodles nor biscuits again :(