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All-Day Breakfast

The word of the day is “Pareidolia”—seeing a meaningful interpretation of a form where there is none

ADB-210925#347

All-Day Breakfast 210925 — The word of the day is “Pareidolia” — seeing a meaningful interpretation of a form where there is none — #347

Have you ever seen the Man in the Moon? Or the face of the Virgin Mary in a piece of grilled cheese toast? You are not alone. Many people see patterns of purpose where none are meant to be found. This is called pareidolia (pair-ah-DOO-lee-ah).

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