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And now, a little weirdness to start your Friday. Happy almost-weekend, everyone!

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27 Real-Life Optical Illusions to Freak Your Eyes Out

Strengthen up your eye muscles with some confusing photos! At first they make sense, then they don't. Then they make sense again, and it kinda keeps going back and forth like that. It's a whole thing. It's fun with perspective! Anyway, if you wanna see more, here are some mind twisting images of crazy perspective.

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Rare And Well-Timed Moments That Went Against The Odds

Given the amount of time we spend just existing, it's pretty likely that we're bound to see a few unlikely occurrences and rare moments in our lives. But thanks to the fact that there's a lot of us all existing at the same time, doing all sorts of stuff, rare moments and unlikely occurrences happen way more frequently than they feel like they should. And that's kind of cool.

rare moments that go against the odds | My cat went missing 2 days, so put an advert on Facebook. Literally 5 mins after my cat comes door. 30 mins later, my neighbour comes and drops off he thought my cat. Now have two identical cats. | pole going through a car window and barely missing the driver
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NOTE: Not a real building, because of physics and all that. Check the via link for more info.

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This eight foot tall LEGO statue washed up on Siesta Key Beach in Floriday. The statue, made of fiberglass, had the words "No Real Than You Are" imprinted on its torso, with the name Ego Leonard and the number 8 on its back.

Theories abound as to what the statue is about, though LEGOLand officials have already confirmed that this isn't an official LEGO product in any way. Ego Leonard's website has the same phrase in its header, and in an e-mail response to the Herald Tribune the LEGO "man" wrote back in the first person, saying "I am glad I crossed over. Although it was a hell of a swimm... Nice weather here and friendly people. I think I am gonna stay here for a while. A local sheriff escorted me to my new home."

The mystery deepens, WINners...