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    Quote Originally Posted by catalog View Post
    apophenia i think its called
    Seeing faces like that is a subset of apophenia, pareidolia

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    Quote Originally Posted by woops
    i hate sigs

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    I bet tea's got folders of this stuff
    Took a rest stop that wasn't on the schedule

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    Quote Originally Posted by pattycakes_ View Post
    I bet tea's got folders of this stuff
    Oh entire hard drives, my boy.
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    i hate sigs

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    Actually, confession time: a mate of mine recently started three groups on Facebook, called Things That Look Like Bottoms, TTLL Willies and TTLL Lady Bits. Rich is mates with him too. So I've been cribbing rather heavily from the Willies one.

    Might treat you all to some illusory bums and fannies later, if you're very good. Or maybe Rich will.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HMGovt View Post
    Seeing faces like that is a subset of apophenia, pareidolia
    I love words like this, nice one

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    The fact it has a Greek root shows how constant it has been

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    Quote Originally Posted by catalog View Post
    I love words like this, nice one
    Then there's prosopagnosia, the inability to recognise or perceive faces at all. I had that off some 2cb once, while trying to order drinks at a bar in West Hampstead.

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    Keep em coming

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    Interestingly, I had a 2cb tangle in barnsbury several years ago, thought there was a car crash under my stomach whilst trying to sleep, police called, stretchers, everything, all under my tummy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Tea View Post
    this one is difficult though? yeh i can see it's not a cock but what is it?

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    can't believe i didn't see that

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    Amazing optical illusion

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