This is the single most convincing face-in-an-object image I have ever seen.
Which of these two has a later expiration date? (via)
Before she suddenly became a part of it, Wildwood, Missouri resident Jan Castellano, 63, was sick of Trumpmania. “I’m just tired of seeing his face everywhere," Castellano said in an interview with The Daily Beast. Unfortunately for her, however, "I open up my butter and there he is! He’s everywhere and now he’s in my food products. It was just staring right back at me.” Castellano uploaded this photo to Facebook, and it took off from there.
"We need a wall to keep my lipid-soaked goodness from leaking out." (via KDSK)
Three pudgy holes and a lumpy nose-like feature all tying it together...it's hard to argue that this tub of golden lard-like spread (I'm a bit unclear on whether Trader Joe's Earth Origins Organic Spread is merely organic or full-on vegan, but either way there's delicious irony there somewhere) isn't a dead ringer for the Republican upstart. And it fits so many of the Donald's exhaustive catalog of open-mouthed, yelling faces. “He has such weird expressions,” Castellano said. “He’s so animated—whether he’s angry or whether he’s trying to make a point. All the cameras seem to capture him with his mouth kind of open and his eyes scrunched.”
Here's an explanation on how this phenomenon of seeing faces in random stuff works, by the way: