Visual Shock Therapy: Images That Will Leave You Feeling Different (24 PICS)

Posted in PICTURES       2 May 2023       2091       9 GALLERY VIEW

This can of cat food that was left out for so long, instead of growing mold it seemingly started growing a new cat:

This parking lot line that was either painted over a very small crab or a very large spider — two equally perplexing and unnerving options:

This advertisement for securing your very own historic grave, which makes me more than a little curious about, uh, what happened to its previous inhabitant:

This creepy, hopefully-abandoned "smile room" that certainly doesn't make me feel like I'll be the one smiling in there:

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This water pitcher where half the ice is floating and the other half the ice is not, which honestly feels like some kind of glitch in the simulation:

This sign that looks like something a horror movie protagonist saw and immediately ignored:

This road with a mini cemetery in the middle of it that would certainly stop me ~dead~ in my tracks:

This leaf that truly just looks like your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man got really good at disguising himself:

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The person driving next to this car who probably expected to see a snotty-nosed kid and not a whole @$$ cow staring back at them:

This sign, which someone found on a door at work that'd been left open just a little:

This grocery store that truly has a cookie cake for every occasion, including "yikes, my baby was abducted by a fire-breathing dragon:"

This structure someone found out and about on a walk one day that looks like something straight out of the Blair Witch Project:

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This suuuuper thin building — like, it's literally as wide as a door — that I'm convinced is as big as the T.A.R.D.I.S. on the inside:

This dog who took having green eyes to a whole new level:

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This in-floor bathtub that is horrifying enough on its own, but gets even scarier when you envision having to demon-crawl out of it after a shower:

This "shell" with "barnacles growing on it" that *ahem* is actually the heart of a mermaid, thank you very much:

This deceptive potato that looks like an apple that, you know, kinda makes me understand why "potato" is the "apple of the earth" in French:

This strange cloud, which — personally — I can't decide looks more like a giant piece of cauliflower growing Jack-In-The-Beanstalk-style or a not-so-secret alien spaceship:

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This hospital bill for a six-day stay in 1956 that — as an American — feels like something from a distant galaxy where one singular procedure does not cost about a billion dollars:

This restaurant that unfortunately burnt down, despite being located right next to a fire station:

This ~POV: you're a worm~ shot of the inside of a Common starling's mouth that is kinda cute at first, but quickly becomes more than a little menacing

This capital-c creepy sight which is ~apparently~ a university nursing building at night and not, in fact, the set of a haunted house that would give me nightmares for at least a week:

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Waldo 1 year ago
#3 the previous inhabitant.... died.
       
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Judah 1 year ago
Waldo,

And then his family couldn't afford the plot rent. Some places charge to keep the body.
       
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Waldo 1 year ago
#19 fits the dutch name: earth-apple
       
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Betsy 1 year ago
#24 No. It was The Rapture, and they were the only ones in the neighborhood who ascended.
Yeah, I'm still here, too.
       
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Eve 1 year ago
#10 From a song by Aperture Science Psychoacoustics Laboratory. Google the name of the band plus "vitrification order".

The green color is from benoxinate. (Trade name: Fluorescein.) It's a dye used to highlight ocular damage under blacklight, particularly corneal damage. This dog has just been to the vet. The dye will soon go away on its own.
       
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Eve 1 year ago
Eve,
That benoxinate comment refers to #16.
       
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Alverta 1 year ago
Eve,

Test shaft 09 was filled with unsafe quantities of cosmic ray spallation elements, until it was reopened in the early 1970s, to be used until the late 1980s.
       
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Malcolm 1 year ago
#22 I see a building with structural damage that is largely still standing. Nothing in this pic has "burnt down".
       
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Tim 1 year ago
#10 Aperture Science We do what we must because we can. For the good of all of us. Except the ones who are dead.
       
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