There's so much stuff out there that looks like tasty food, it's a shame that a lot of it is housing insulation, spackle, spider eggs and dice. In a perfect would we could eat a rock that looks just like a steak, and we'll have to settle for using our imaginations. We're sorry, you tempting delicious cliff steak.
Why do we get joy out of seeing things in other things? Is it because we want to imagine we're surrounded by friendly objects? Is it because it's like a fun visual puzzle? Maybe it's because we're just wired to see faces? It's very apparent in these inanimate objects with a whole lot of personality.
Not sure how much there is to say here. The whole process is pretty self-explanatory. And wow if that gobbler's not a dead ringer for the genuine article. Hey, advantage of the opportunities you're given. We live in a world of things that happen to look like other things.
A baby got his family all shook up when he was born with an amazing full quiff hairstyle made famous by Elvis.
George Georgious has a large mop of black hair, which formed into a little wave minutes after birth.
Despite any attempts to brush it flat, the little rock and roller has a permanent quiff with natural "sideburns" flat to his face.
George, aged 10 weeks, now has a bouncing bouffant and mother Maria is regularly stopped in the street by admirers who compare him to the King.