Wednesday, April 15, 2020

19 Photos You Probably Won’t Find Even in the Hugest Encyclopedias

Internet users share photos that can satisfy the curiosity of anyone that has asked themselves the question, “What would happen if...?” For example, what will happen if you leave an onion in the trunk of your car for a few months?





We have been able to find the answers to these and some other interesting questions.




1. The way these blood drops formed in the sand, looks like the red blood cells that make them up.




2. “The way my pen bent after being left in a hot car”




3. “I left the deep freezer door slightly cracked by accident and didn’t use it for a few months. I was rewarded with this a few days before moving out.”




4. This is what happens when you forget about your pizza for 8 hours. Burnt it so bad, it looks like a double-chocolate brownie.




5. “This is what happens if you play with a yo-yo too much (I’m not kidding this is the hand of a professional yo-yo player).”

The X-ray shows that the blood circulation in the pointer finger has been disrupted. By the way, this is Dave Schulte’s hand, who is a professional yo-yo player.



6. A cat has been using this scratcher for many years.




7. The way this tree grew to swallow a sign




8. This onion that was accidentally left in a car trunk for 4 months




9. “My sparkling water bottle was pretty close to exploding after being left in a hot car for the day.”




10. “Left an unopened can of soda in my car, it was so hot that it exploded. Everything is sticky now.”




11. This is why you wear a helmet. It will take all the heat.




12. This is what happens when you wear the same shirt every day

“My grandpa mows the yard every week with the same grey shirt that has Yamaha written on the back in black letters. My grandma just noticed this last week.”



13. “The toner cartridge said DO NOT TILT. I did tilt. You can see where I was standing on the right.”




14. I rehydrated a raisin by leaving it in hot water overnight!




15. This book, published in 1787, is being devoured by Curculionidae larvae, commonly known as bookworms.




16. “How the smoke from our fire pit colored these spiderwebs black”

The soot ended up on the webs.



17. Left a candle outside. It collected rainwater which sank to the bottom after the wax was melted by the sun.




18. When a tree stays in a plastic pot for too long:

Sadly, it died a few years after planting.



19. A chunk of dirt that was struck by lightning and turned to glass



Have you ever seen anything as amazing as the things from this article?