Hi Deb, I could see the faces, very interesting article..Mary
Is it because we are always looking for the human connection?Amazing!
The dice faces are cute!
And then there are "happy" cars and "mean" cars. You go by the looks of their grills. Advertisers seem to like to target audiences appropriately.
Yes!My son is face blind - which as you can imagine can cause problems especialy when out as he sometimes follows the wrong person!
ha, at first I thought you meant recognizing someone on the street or something. I saw this off-off-off broadway play one time, and about a year later I passed this woman walking down the street and I was like "I know here from somewhere." It took me two days to figure out that she was in this play, but now looked completely different.
Hi Deb! Those faces are so cute :)Donna
Here's something to try. Hehe. Try staring at a stucko wall or one of those popcorn ceiling and see what you find.
Yes I see the faces. That was fun Deb!
we like the dice faces also
Informative and fun post!
That is funny.Love your blog, I'll be back!Sue
Not only do I see the faces, but I find the dice quite disturbing! (I wonder if I would have otherwise, like just playing with them. Mine seems to be a minority opinion.) I think I've said this before, but my theory is that it has to do with the designers and manufacturers' subconsciouses at work as they create. You use what you have and what you know.
Wow, those are fun!--Jaimie
Whenever my husband I go hiking we make it a practice to see faces in trees, clouds, oceans waves, meadow grass. I didn't realize this practice actually has a name.
Again, the first one makes me revert back to Buck Rogers.jenji
These are fun, right?
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