This person is heating up a little bit of lunch and notices that it could be terrifying if the wrong person lays eyes on it. Soon enough, this pile of cold noodles will heat up into something that is far more appetizing for everybody (unless you’re afraid of noodles, we guess).
Still, you have to admit if someone could be scared of lots of little holes, this is the kind of thing that could for certain set off a phobic person. Afterward, with the addition of sauce, meatballs, and maybe a nice side salad, nobody could say this is frightening.
There Could Be Anything Inside
When seashells spend enough time in the water, the constant abrasion and salt in it tend to wear them down. Some shells have strange interior construction that will lead to pictures like this one. Tiny, tiny holes are great places for little sea creatures to hide.
You can bet your bottom dollar there are plenty of things in the water that could pack into those openings. They might be too small to see with the naked eye, but they're there. Even if we can't see them, we can at least enjoy the cool little apartments that nature has provided for them.
Blue Blistering Barnacles!
Barnacles are technically small funny animals. In fact, they're the same family as crustaceans, crabs, lobsters, and shrimp. It sure doesn't look like it, though, does it? It seems like there're lots of tiny little disease pockets on the hulls of ships, on rocks in the water, and on seashells that you find while combing the beach.
Did you know that some barnacles are not only edible, but they're also often seen as a delicacy? It might not make you feel any better while you have to look at all those tiny holes, but you can get your revenge eventually.
A Tree Made of Spaghetti
Trees love noodles and meatballs. We certainly couldn't tell you why, but this tree's interior is filled with loops and whorls in the wood that are jam-packed with lots of tiny holes and openings. So is this a tree disease that we need to worry about, or something to do with its climate?
Or is it just a random chance that this looks good enough to twirl on a fork and eat? We bet some people with trypophobia find this off-putting, even if it isn't exactly like the kind of mini holes that will get their alarm bells ringing most of the time.
Quickly, Dog, Fetch My Blindfold
Like in any disorder and every phobia, there is always something new to learn. Maybe cute dog treatment will make it easier for those who suffer, but we could still see it making some people uncomfortable.
Snow has clumped into the furred friend's coat, and the clumps have many gaps between them. The tiny little dots of snow on the dog's underbelly, while adorable, also look like they could do something to creep out trypophobia. However, as soon as that snow melts, you're left with an oh-so-cute dog and nothing to scare you off. So take that, you pesky trypophobia!