15 Cool Little Details Only The Most Eagle-Eyed People Could Spot Them First Try

It's the little things in life that really the world its sense of magic and wonder. When you discover something so small and secret that you think you might be the first person to ever notice it, you get to feel like you've just become a part of history.

These people all had their moment of magical discovery and shared it with all of us online to bathe in the wonder too.

I'd say break out the magnifying glass, but maybe not...

Some discovered that sitting on top of this fixture that had been knocked over, a tiny scene with Ant-Man and The Wasp was playing out in one of the cracks.

Talk about a crossover — real life is now part of the MCU!

A hidden message engraved in a PlayStation's face plate.

If you're struggling to see the tiny engraving, it says: "'wtf' - you, probably," mirroring exactly what the person who found it must have thought.

The person who engraved this message must've had a blast knowing they might confuse the crap out of someone some day.

A unique best-before date on some cheese.

I don't think I've ever had a best before date give me some examples of where I could store something before, but I do trust the Swiss with cheese.

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This beer can isn't messing around. If even the can knows you're being a dumbass, it's probably time to take a good, hard look at what you're doing.

Learning never stops.

I think all cables should have fun facts on them. Maybe that way I'd finally stop mixing them up all the time every time I try to unplug something. "Oh, no, I need the one with the fact about the pterodactyl on it, not the one about bees!"

There's five controllers in this picture, but I can't even see one!

Whoever designed this camouflage pattern must've felt so clever afterwards, and for very good reason. This controller is a five-in-one!

What a coincidence, this tag has my daily to-do list on it!

One eagle-eyed Reddit noticed this tag on a kids' shirt they thrifted, and I can't think of anything cuter than a kid running around with this little checklist hidden away on them.

Talk about a sweet treat.

This congratulatory message was found on the bottom of a tub of ice cream. The only time I've flipped a tub of ice cream over is when I'm trying to shake out the very last bits from the bottom, so I've never seen anything like this.

When you go to read the bottom of a box and it reads you instead...

In case you can't read the small type, this box reads "We can tell you like to get to the bottom of things. Learn more about our story," with a link to the website along the bottom. Glad to see the people who make boxes know that someone is going to be scanning every inch of that thing!

Admit defeat.

This squeaker that was once hidden inside a dog toy knows when it's beat, which is more than I can say for most people I know.

They're really milking this one.

Whoever printed this best-before date on this milk jug saw their chance, and they took it! It takes a dairy-ing individual to pull off a moove like this.

"Random stranger & I have wedding rings cut from the deck of the same WWII battleship."

This is so cool — both that they got wedding rings made out of a WWII battleship, but also that one of them recognized the other's ring from a distance!

The not-quite-right games IKEA keeps in their showrooms would confuse the most well-meaning grandma at Christmas time.

Have you played the new Fighter Street game? No, sorry, I've been too busy figuring out who the imposter is in AMONG GUS. It's pretty much always Gus, if I'm honest.

I hope this was on purpose.

If someone accidentally dropped their key into the tile while it was being made, they probably had just about the worst day of their life.

Okay, okay, I won't eat you...

One Reddit user noticed this chip looked a little bit upset about his fate before he got eaten, and I can't say I blame him. I think I'd have to spare this little guy just in case the food uprising comes sooner than expected.