Seeing the ivy literally peeled off an old building is much more satisfying than you'd think.

Seeing the ivy literally peeled off an old building is much more satisfying than you'd think.
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When ivy grows on the side of a building, it spreads so slowly that you don't notice. By the time it's covered the facade, nobody can remember what the building looked like before. But what if you could just peel off that ivy like you were pulling up an old shag carpet? Guess what—you can. And it's awesome.

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Ohhhhhh yeah.

This image, which was shared by redditor _CapR_, shows a building where the ivy fell off naturally under its own weight. Which can apparently happen too. You're learning all sorts of stuff about ivy today!

The only frustrating part is that this isn't a video. Wouldn't you love to hear the sound the ivy made as it separated from the wall? It was probably like velcro. But at least you can marvel at the smooth, matte surface of the ivy tendrils. You can imagine sleeping under this thick layer of plant life, just like nature's own blanket. And you can fantasize about peeling the ivy off every building you see from now on. For all of these reasons, you're welcome.

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