Put on a happy face

 

10 Responses to Put on a happy face

  1. Michelle says:

    Off topic, but how can you not love a suitcase table?

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  2. Ubiquitous pareidolia —once you start seeing it, you see it everywhere. Fortunately, we have our modern understanding of how the brain processes perceptions, and don’t have to worry or panic that these may… actually be some kind of …haunted …living… They keep staring at us with those wicked smiles!
    *screams, runs, and hides*

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  3. Nancy Ruegg says:

    Great fun! Even the smiles of inanimate objects are enough to make US smile! Thank you, B.O.B!

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  4. […] Put on a happy face — bluebird of bitterness […]

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  5. It’s all in the perspective. You have to be able to see the smile. Love them.

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