Winter is almost here, and while many people are looking forward to the festivities, some may find the snow blanket to be a bit boring. Adam is one such person. Adam didn’t want the dreary winter weather to dampen his cheerful disposition, so he decided to put googly eyes on outdoor objects.
In January 2017, Adam began sticking googly eyes on objects around his Scandinavian home. This clever and unique idea quickly gained popularity on the internet, and Adam was dubbed the “Googly Eye Vandal.” But Adam clarifies that he doesn’t glue eyes on statues and that it’s only adhesives that he uses.
Adam’s googly eyes added life and personality to seemingly mundane objects like garbage bins, pipes, and fallen lamp posts. It’s interesting to see how a simple detail can make an object more fascinating. Adam’s handiwork brought a little surprise and humor to his monochromatic home.
Not only is Adam’s googly eye bombing a creative and fun way to brighten up the winter months, it’s also a clever way to encourage people to dispose of their rubbish correctly. Who knows, maybe the police officers who stumbled upon Adam’s googly-fied objects had a good chuckle as well.
If you, like Adam, enjoy seeing inanimate objects with a human-like appearance, you may be experiencing a common condition called pareidolia. This is when the mind perceives patterns in things, such as faces, even though they weren’t intended to be there.
Next time you’re out for a walk with your family, try adding googly eyes to objects you find. It’s a simple but fun activity that can brighten up your day. Winter doesn’t have to be dull and boring – with a little creativity and humor, you can make it a season to remember.
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