Do you often see the most diverse images in random objects? From Scrat the squirrel to Trump? Don’t worry, everything is all right with you. This is just a kind of optical illusion known as pareidolia.
smartzune.com has collected 19 photos in which usual things hide something else.
1. It’s just an ordinary walnut that looks like Chewbacca.
Unless you’re a British racing fan, chances are you might not know of the Goodwood Revival. Held each September, the event takes place at a circuit near Chichester that was originally operative from ’48 to ’66, and features races in which drivers compete against one another in cars from that time span. It’s old-timey stuff, but pretty nifty, especially if you’re into vintage cars.
Ron Burgundy doesn’t know much about the Goodwood Revival, but then he’s Ron Burgundy. I wouldn’t expect him to know much about, well, anything. That doesn’t stop him reporting on it, complete with some unecessary and mildly funny extra commentary. He’s just like the internet! Watch Burgundy’s report on the Goodwood Revival below. Read More »
Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter have been talking about a third Bill & Ted for years, and over the past few years we’ve watched the project slowly move ahead. Winter announced that the script was completed in 2011, and Dean Parisot (Galaxy Quest) was hired to direct in 2012. But over a year later, production still hasn’t gotten underway, and now Reeves has an explanation as to why.
In a new interview, the actor explained that “darkness” was holding up the project. It’s a much more mysterious answer than the one Winter gave when asked a similar question earlier this year. Hit the jump to read Reeves’s quote.