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13 Funny Because It's True Memes

Feb 11, 2016

Who's that sexy beast? oh I clicked on my own profile again
Grandma Facebook

That moment when you realize it wasn't a fart
Baby face mistake

I didn't chose the thug life, the thug life chose me
The Thug Life

HAHAHA! So we meet again.
Surprise baby face

I changed all my passwords to incorrect so whenever I forget it will tell me "Your password is incorrect" Steve Carell meme
Best password thanks to Steve Carell

There is something wrong with this banana
Bush's banana problem

The awkward moment when you realize you don't have a cat
Feline home invasion

I'm not anti-social. I'm selectively social. There's a difference.
You can trust him, he's on TV

Gordon Ramsay meme. Your chicken is so rubbery
Gordon Ramsay is so nice

Welcome to Hogwarts where the only student with glasses is Harry
Hogwarts students get a deal on Lasik

Movie theater crime spree anchorman

Apple should make a big screen TV and call it the big mac
I would buy it

Yeah dating is cool, but have you ever had stuffed crust pizza?
Yeah dating is cool

Hering Illusion

Optical illusion Edald Hering 1861
Hering Illusion

In this geometrical-optical illusion, discovered by the German physiologist Ewald Hering in 1861, two straight and parallel lines look as if they bow outwards. Hering ascribed the effect to our brains overestimating the angle made at the points of intersection between the radiating lines and the red ones. But why do we miscalculate?

Researcher Mark Changizi of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in New York believes it has to do with the human tendency to visually predict the near future. Because there's a lag between the time that light hits the retina and the time when the brain perceives that light, Changizi thinks the human visual system has evolved to compensate for the neural delay by generating images of what will occur one-tenth of a second into the future. He explained the Hering illusion in a 2008 article:

"Evolution has seen to it that geometric drawings like this elicit in us premonitions of the near future. The converging lines toward a vanishing point (the spokes) are cues that trick our brains into thinking we are moving forward as we would in the real world, where the door frame (a pair of vertical lines) seems to bow out as we move through it and we try to perceive what that world will look like in the next instant."

Bulldog Puppies

Jun 22, 2015

Cutest bulldog puppies