Person Finds ‘Alien Mr Burns’ In Their Kiwi Fruit
Finding faces in inanimate objects is a phenomenon known as face pareidolia. It relates to the way our brain is wired and weirdly sees things that aren't there.
One person has definitely experienced this recently when tucking into a delicious and juicy kiwi fruit.
The green, seeded fruit usually won't have anything too exciting on the inside, however one person on Twitter swears they saw Alien Mr Burns.
While everyone is familiar with the nuclear power plant owner from The Simpsons, only veteran viewers will remember the episode when Homer reckons he saw an alien in the forrest.
In an episode reminiscent of The X-Files, the alien that Homer spots is actually Mr Burns who has been receiving injections at a medical facility and would glow in the dark due to radioactive poisoning.
If you took a look at the kiwi fruit on its own, you probably wouldn't have noticed much. But a Simpsons fan page on Twitter made the comparison and now that's all anyone can see.
One person wrote: "Thank you, Mike. This concludes the internet. We appreciate everyone coming out."
Another hilariously added: "'I bring you fruit'. 'He's bringing us fruit! Break his legs!!'"
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A third said: "One of the best things I've ever seen. Better than the Grand Canyon 10/10."
If you thought this was an impressive example of face pareidolia, wait until you check out this incredible rock formation that looks exactly like the Cookie Monster.
The lump of volcanic rock was found in the Rio Grande dol sul region near Soledade in Brazil by California-based geologist Mike Bowers.
Discussing the discovery of the agate with MailOnline, Bowers said: "I think this is probably the most perfect Cookie Monster out there.
"I have seen others but here you have it complete (both sides) Lucas Fassari is actually the one who found it."
On the outside, the rock looks fairly ordinary and is in an egg-like formation. However once split into two, the rock's sapphire insides seem to immaculately form the shape of Sesame Street's biscuit-loving monster.
Bowers said: "This is very unusual! There are a few famous agates out there: the owl, the scared face... there are many approximate ones, but rare to find clear well-defined like that."
He added that, due to the rarity of the stone and its uncanny resemblance to the Cookie Monster, he has received loads of offers, with five people willing to pay upwards of $10,000 (£7,300) to have it.
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