Why are we so quick to see faces in random objects?

it’s a strange psychological phenomena it’s known as pareidolia : the tendency humans have to perceive familiar images especially faces where none exists it happens to everyone , the part of the brain that recognizes faces is called the fusiform gyrus it can spot a face in just 130 milliseconds but anything with a face like arrangement can trigger it which can lead to some mistakes by seeing things that are not there and some of them are absolutely hilarious.

And there is some people who took advantage of this phenomenon by selling weird stuff that looks like other objects like George Washington chicken nugget was auctioned for eighty-one hundred dollars thanks to Pareidolia.

 Hilarious Examples of Pareidolia


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