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20 Cool Images Making The Internet A More Interesting Place This Week

If there's one thing you can always count on the internet for, it's to make things more interesting every week. Sometimes you just need to stare at a random collection of images for a few minutes to get you through the workday.

And this list does just that. There's no rhyme or reason for any of these pics, apart from the fact that they're all pretty cool.

This inflatable tractor/bounce house?

Bounce houses can come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. But one that looks like a tractor? That seems pretty unique.

I bet it would be a super cool attraction at a farm or something. You know, to go alongside the corn mazes and hay rides.

This giant container of Nutella next to this tiny one.

I can't tell if that's actually a super huge Nutella container, or if the tiny one next to it is just making it look bigger (or the other way around, I guess). But one thing is for sure: I'm suddenly craving toast.

"Neighbors used wire to create lawn ghost."

Can you see the ghost? It's pretty faint, but it's right there, to the left of the tree.

Obviously it isn't a real ghost. But the way these people used wire to create the effect is kind of genius. Just in time for spooky season, too.

This chair that's much larger than normal.

That's one big chair! It almost looks like whoever put it there is trying to get rid of it, and I wouldn't blame them; that chair is much too big for anyone to actually sit in.

But for a DIYer, this is a goldmine of scrap wood!

These strange lemons.

Aw, man. These lemons are more rind than anything else. Which kind of sucks, to be honest. Like, what would you even use them for?

On the plus side, they still look pretty cool. They're definitely one of the more fascinating things I've seen on the internet today.

The way this little cactus is growing.

Because nature will persist no matter what, here's a cactus growing out of a wall. How that cactus got up there and how it's able to grow horizontally, I couldn't tell you. But some things don't really need an explanation. Just gotta enjoy it for what it is.

"This old fridge my girlfriends parents own from 1944 that still works."

When people say that they don't make things like they used to, they really weren't kidding. This WWII era fridge is still kicking, nearly 80 years after it was first built. You're lucky to get 10 years out of modern appliances. Sigh...

This skull toilet.

Okay, what store is this and how can I get one? No joke, this is probably the coolest toilet I've ever seen. Perfect for Halloween, and also any other time of the year.

You may think I'm kidding, but I'm not. I actually love this skull toilet.

"This brick wall got smoothed into a rock."

I'm not gonna lie, I have absolutely know idea what i'm looking at right now. Like, what happened to this piece of a brick wall for it to get so smooth?

It doesn't matter, though. It's still a pretty interesting pic, and that's what's most important.

"LA looks like a badly rendered video game in this pic I took from a bus."

Yeah, the way the light is hitting the buildings and trees outside of these bus windows makes the whole scene look like it's still loading. This could almost pass as something that came out of a PlayStation 3 game. Almost.

"A roundabout inside a tunnel in Norway."

This seems pretty weird, though I'm sure to people from Norway it's perfectly normal. Still, maybe it's just the lighting, but the whole tunnel (roundabout included) looks so pretty! It's an awesome sight, and would probably make for a unique tourist destination.

The way this bacon strip curled into the shape of a seahorse.

Sometimes, really random things can be super interesting. Like this strip of bacon that looks a lot more aquatic than anything else. It's kind of amazing how bacon strips can make funny shapes as they cook and curl up.

This box full of tacos.

Apologies in advance if you got hungry after looking at this. But there's something about this taco box that's weirdly satisfying. Maybe it's the way the tacos are lined up. Or it could be the fact that it all looks super appetizing. Or it could just be the sheer number of tacos.

"This fully stocked abandoned book shop."

This is really cool, even if it is kind of sad. All these books could've been brought to thrift stores or given away, and yet they're all still there.

I wonder if that means anyone could just go in and take a book if they wanted to...

"2 hours speed paint challenge oil painting by me!."

If this is what this guy can do in 2 hours, I wonder what his paintings would look like when he took his time! Because this speed painting is already super impressive.

Man, the world really is full of so many talented people.

This 20-year-old Nintendo 64 console that looks factory new.

Ah, the Nintendo 64. I'm sure there are plenty of us out there with fond memories of this thing. Even though it's been, like, two decades since it was relevant as a mainstream console, it's still an important piece of gaming history.

I couldn't even bring myself to try playing on this one, what with how nice of a condition it's in.

"Right now, the Arc de Triomphe in Paris is completely wrapped up."

Apparently, for the second half of September into early October of 2021, the Arc de Triomphe will be the subject of an art project. So that's why it got wrapped up.

Amazing how they were able to completely cover such a large structure!

"Dog maybe slightly confused."

Some dogs kind of act like cats. They probably pick up on the behavior from their cat siblings. But, like, this is a new one.

Does this dog know he's too big for that cat tree? I guess it doesn't matter, though, since it's so darn cute.

"Really just wanted to share this photo with someone."

Sometimes you just have to stare at a really cool pic. Being this close to the yellow line at a train station is usually kind of nerve-wracking, but this shot is, like, weirdly calming? Maybe it's just because it's cool photography though (also don't get this close to the tracks in real life, please).

Nothing beats a little bit of shade.

The good thing about giant wind turbines is that they generate clean air. The other good thing about them is that they apparently make for really good shady areas for sheep.

It must be a pretty hot day for all the sheep to flock like that.