Humans have a very interesting tendency to see faces where they don’t exist. This phenomenon is known as Pareidolia and applies to everything from buildings to peppers to seemingly scheming cardboard boxes. By the same token, we see all kinds of things where they don’t exist – like when we watch clouds and see a t-rex.
While many of these efforts require some serious imagination, sometimes they don’t take any effort at all. This next series of photos, which hails from BoredPanda, shows fruits and veggies that look way too much like something else.
So what’s on the menu? A butterfly strawberry, an eggplant with a face, some hugging carrots, and a dragon pumpkin stem, among others. But no description could possibly do them justice. You have to see ’em to understand. So what are you waiting for? Start scrolling!