If you’re interested in getting a cool glass of water, filling up a pot to boil some pasta, or washing, you have to get that water from a faucet. Faucets in certain places will get a buildup of calcium thanks to minerals in the water, and if those deposits are left long enough, things get very very gross.
It looks like there are teeth caught in the openings of the faucet. Those tiny little holes make it even worse for the hole-haters, and this sort of thing also happens inside you – this is, on a high level, what a kidney stone is.
The Time of the Bugs
In the west, cicadas only appear every seventeen years, in a strange cycle of around one single season before they disappear again? Billions and billions of them come out of nowhere, make a ton of noise, and then retreat.
Most people find them to be little more than an interesting detail of their lives (as long as they don't have to do too much yard work), but people who have trypophobia will find things tougher for them every seventeen years. The patterns in this picture come from the cicadas working their way up out of the ground where they hibernate.
End My Delicious Misery!
Candy corn is a contentious topic once the weather starts to turn. Some people love it. Some people hate it. However, one way or another, nobody can deny it's an October staple, with plenty of kids collecting it on Halloween.
Another Halloween classic is the humble Jack-o-lantern, which is one of the few holiday decorations that require lots of sharp knives. These ladies have combined the two to make one of the most memorable October oddities we've ever seen. We really like it, actually, but someone that doesn't like lots of small holes probably won't be as fond of it.
Close Your Eyes While You Eat
What's not to like about some fresh-picked blackberries and a nice splash of cream? It's one of the classic treats, and our mouth is watering just thinking about it. As we can see from this picture, however, just because something tastes good doesn't mean everybody likes how it looks.
Zoomed in like this, we can figure that people with trypophobia might not want to look too closely while they're enjoying this snack. While these aren't holes per se, there are still lots of uniform or uniform-ish spaces between the berry pods. Or, maybe the berry pods themselves are triggering the trypophobia.
What is That Body Part?
You aren't alone if you're wondering what you're looking at. What you're seeing is a coconut that has been shaved and split. Yes, this looks like a knee that is having a strange procedure done, but it's actually a fruit (we think it's a fruit, anyway) that many enjoy for various reasons.
How many other fruits will show up in candy bars like Almond Joy? Imagine biting into a candy bar and finding a banana or something in it. It doesn't sound too bad, but it's still a strange choice. Also, those little holes are sure to give the creeps.