20 Times Things Got So Weird They Just Quit Making Sense Any More

Usually, there’s an explanation for everything, but we’ve been around long enough to know that there are some things in life that just don’t make sense. Indeed, every now and then, things just get so weird that there’s literally no way to rationalize what’s going on. Take these 20 occasions, for instance, which will leave your mind well and truly boggled.

Where’s Waldo? Right there, apparently. And as it turns out, there was a reason he was so sought after. Yes, he’s clearly some kind of wanted fugitive. Clearly, though, fictional Waldo would never let himself get caught out like this, so it’s really messing with our minds.

Sure, it might just be a reflection, but at first glance it really did look like this poor moggy’s eyes had fallen out into the puddle. Still, that doesn’t make the glowing any less freaky. Indeed, it’s almost as if this furry feline is actually staring into some kind of weird portal into hell.

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Picture it: you’re driving down the road on what is otherwise a totally normal day, when suddenly a snake slithers out of your car’s vents. It’s hard to know how you’d react if it happened to you, but we don’t think the car would make it out in one piece.

We’re not sure we even want to understand what’s happening here. Unless, of course, this is just the latest superhero on the block, Pancake Boy. Somehow, though, we have a feeling that the truth is far more disturbing. Yeah, this one’s best left nonsense…

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Apparently, this is what happens when you take a dip in hot springs while the outside temperature hits -20 °F. And while there’s probably some amount of scientific explanation behind this phenomenon, we’d be too busy running away in bemusement to hear it.

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At first glance, this picture just looks like a cool cut-out. But then your perception shifts as your brain registers what’s actually going on, and suddenly, it looks like a side-on, profile shot. As optical illusions go, it’s wonderfully done – but it will also totally fry your brain if you try to make sense of it.

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Is this a badly taken panorama picture, or a screen test for the next The Human Centipede sequel? Either way, we don’t want any part of it. Indeed, somehow we don’t think we’ll be sleeping soundly for quite a while.

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What on Earth were these deer up to before the car came along? And why do they think that the best way of disguising their actions is to pose on their hind legs, acting like a couple of lost hitchhikers? The animal kingdom is often dark and dangerous, but occasionally it’s just weird.

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While most of us are living in 2018 with prosthetic arms and legs, this company is clearly out here living in 3018 with its prosthetic heads. Just think: one day this may actually be a common option for people looking to improve their facial features…

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It’s not often you hear of a pig going on a drunken rampage and fighting a cow, and for good reason. Yes, it’s probably because it’s an absolutely insane concept, and the sort of thing that would make for a good gag in an episode of The Simpsons – not real life.

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Is this a cloud formation or a nuclear explosion? All we know is, if we saw it in real life, we wouldn’t be sticking around to find out. And even if it is just the former, what kind of crazy cloud resembles a nuclear blast? That’s just too bizarre for us to handle.

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That’s some great anonymity right there. Yes, nobody will ever know who Tom McEldroon is. To be fair, it says he asked to remain anonymous – not that he was granted that request. And clearly, he wasn’t. Because otherwise, this just wouldn’t make any sense at all.

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We’re at a loss for words here. Indeed, propping up a lawn chair at the bottom of the ocean makes about as much sense as… well, as the past few pictures. And if we can’t rely on our own brains to make sense of the world, what hope do we have?

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We’ve heard of “dress to impress,” but surely this is taking it too far. After all, as much as you might pretend to be driving a truck cab, it’s quite obvious that you are in fact driving a smart car. We think this driver may have a few insecurities…

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Don’t feel bad if it takes you a while to figure out what’s going on here. After all, the white shirts of the two women blend together so perfectly that it really does look as if it’s one person with two heads. Thankfully, we don’t actually live in a horror movie.

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This old lady is using a marionette to feed squirrels in the park. There’s a sentence we never thought we’d write, because let’s face it, this is absolutely balls-to-the-wall weird. Indeed, it’s not as if the squirrel can’t also see the real woman, so it’s probably just as confused as we are.

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Nothing about this picture makes sense. How is this car being held up by what amounts to a couple of strands of – presumably – rope? And more to the point, why is it being held up at all? Even as a theft deterrent, we can’t say that it’s the most practical solution…

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Okay, so we know double-jointed people can do all kinds of crazy contortions with their hands. But this person must surely be at least quadruple-jointed to be able to pull this off. Either that, or they’re possessed by some sort of demon, which at this point isn’t much more ridiculous.

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Do you want to build a nightmare? Yeah, let’s just breathe, take a step back, and pretend that these snowmen were all built this way intentionally by a cunning prankster. Because, let’s face it, the other option is basically too distressing to even consider.

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Imagine rocking up to your local country club, only to find it’s a practicing witch coven. That’s the only explanation we can fathom for this, and it’s hardly one based in reality. Basically, these weird patterns just don’t make a lick of sense.

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