When you’re gussying up your place of business or home, you want something unique. Something memorable. Something that nobody else has. Decorating a wall lamp with a ton of seashells is, in theory, a great idea. In practice, however, it can turn out like this odd piece of decoration.
Don’t go so hard on all the little shells next time. The big ones are mostly fine, but all those little guys will draw the eye. Well, the lamp is undoubtedly memorable. For the wrong reason, of course. Like “No, let’s not stay there again. They have that weird shell lamp.”
Are We Supposed to Eat That?
This picture probably got you weirded out even if you don't have trypophobia, but what if we told you it was nothing worse than a raw octopus burger? So what? That's not any better? Yeah, we can understand that.
Take food that plenty of people are not willing to eat, make it look honestly not all that good, and add some little openings, and you have a dish that we bet isn't exactly in great demand. The bun looks great, the sauce is tasty, but there's just too much going on, and who wants to eat that much octopus, anyway?
Some people like mushrooms. Whether they're just fans of fungi or they like the taste, they're out there. Yes, they're weird, but we're all a little odd. But have you ever taken a look at the underside of a big mushroom, really gotten in there, and seen what was going on?
If not, here's your chance. Look at those cool waves, the colors, the growth, the many, many tiny openings. It turns out there's a reason that most people don't choose to look at the underside of big mushrooms. Maybe your bottom doesn't look any better. Ever thought about that?
This thing looks like a piece of alien biology that got shot off after a laser rifle misfired. Its polypore fungus exudes excess moisture, a process called guttation. That's all fine and good, but we're really hoping that it never does anything else.
It can stay there, on that tree, and exude all the excess moisture it wants, but we never want to see it anywhere else. Is this the kind of thing that would creep out a trypophobe? Yeah, sure, since it looks like the kind of thing that could really creep out everybody. We're talking to everybody here.
The Mysteries of the Sea Are Abundant
A guy was walking the beach near Lake Erie and found this odd little thing in the sand, and the only possible explanation is that it's a body part of an undiscovered sea monster. No, we kid, we kid. It's a body part of a sea monster that is very well known.
This is the roof plate of a drum fish, also called a freshwater drum, a big colossal fish that often weighs more than fifty pounds – sometimes close to a hundred! It's all figured out, which means there's no reason to be creeped out by all the little holes.