A curtain pattern that reminds you of Squidward.
This is a rock, not a steak.
A leaf that low-key makes you think of the Mona Lisa.
A fish in the sky.
Even a broccoli stem can dab.
This bacon takes the form of a seahorse.
“Each spring, this house looks like an Arizona iced tea can.”
When a pressure washer looks as friendly as Mike from Monsters, Inc.:
A bird camouflaging as a pine cone.
It’s a log, not a clock.
A mushroom slice with the face of a sloth.
Like Yoda, this plant looks.
Burnt cheese or a penguin — you decide.
Flowers that look like screaming faces running away from the pot.
This grumpy crescent is an edible potato chip.
“My coiled-up headphones look like the Cookie Monster.”
Seeds in the eggplant form the shape of a butterfly.
“The corrosion on this water tap looks like a map.”