20 Random Images That Really Feel Like They Shouldn't Exist And Yet, Here They Are

To be completely honest, there are a lot of things out there that just... don't make sense. Like, you wouldn't think they could even exist, and yet here they are.

These super random pictures show some things that don't even feel real. But don't worry because they are, they really are. And if they don't make sense? Just don't think about that too much.

"There is a colony of...something growing in between the panes of glass of my window."

Yikes. This looks like some kind of giant Petri dish. Or like, some kind of really big microscope slide. Whatever it is, though, I have a feeling it isn't something you want anywhere near your window. Or you house, for that matter.

"In the new NBA2K, The cashier at the Adidas store is wearing Nike shoes."

I wonder if they did that on purpose, or if they forgot what store they were programming when making the game. Either way, that's a pretty funny detail that maybe shouldn't have been in there in the first place.

"I put my beer in the freezer to chill it faster, and forgot about it like a dummy. It’s been a rough week so I cried, and then laughed, FaceTimed a friend to show her, and now here we are."

See, this is why you shouldn't freeze beer. Even if it is tempting (and it is). You always risk having it explode, which isn't any fun.

"In Denmark there’s a dog park shaped as a dog."

I want to know who did this. Because, while this isn't the kind of thing that should exist, it's the kind of thing we may all love anyway. And the person who did this deserves some kind of award.

"Supposedly Rare Mew Oreo."

Yeah, Pokemon and Oreo did this special collab this year, which means you may end up finding Oreos with different Pokemon on them. Mew is super rare (both in-game and apparently in-cookie). It almost shouldn't exist. But I'm glad it does, because that's one rare cookie to look out for.

"Saw a tiny snail today."

This snail is so small. Like, it's impossibly small. Who even knew that snails could be this small?

Now that I think about it, I really don't know a thing about snails. Where do they come from? How can some live on land and some underwater?

"San Francisco residential street photographed to make the pavement level."

San Francisco's whole deal is that it's pretty much completely made up of hills. And every street and building is on some kind of slope.

This picture... shouldn't exist, to be honest. It seems kind of cursed. The side of the city we weren't supposed to see, or something.

"The flame coming out of my melting furnace looked like I was cremating a unicorn when I was melting some aluminum cans last night."

I have a feeling that the fumes from this fire aren't safe to breathe in. Luckily, it looks pretty controlled, and it's outside, so that should be fine.

Still, rainbow fire? Doesn't seem like it should exist in the first place.

"Sorted my 5-year-old's sock drawer and found 52 single socks."

I can't believe that missing socks are such a common thing, even 5-year-olds have them. You shouldn't have this many missing socks at that age! Not unless A. this kid is super unlucky, or B. they're somewhat of a little sock thief.

"The way this battery terminal corroded."

I mean, no battery terminal should corrode (even if they do), because it can be super unsafe. But at the same time, at least it's kind of pretty. All those different colors make for a pretty unique sight. But, uh, try not to touch it or anything.

"This long melon my grandparents grew."

Frankly, I'm having a hard time believing it's a melon to begin with, It's so freakishly long, and looks more squash-like than anything else (even though squash and melons are closely related).

Yeah, this thing probably shouldn't exist. And yet... here it is.

"New blood sucking parasite discovered off the coast of Japan resembling Salmon Nigiri."

All I know about this weird shrimp-looking thing is that it, well, looks like a shrimp. Or like a piece of salmon sushi. The white bottom of the creature even kind of looks like rice.

I still don't like it, though.

"Had to lift the towels up for this picture."

Well, those paper towels really shouldn't be there. And yet, there they all are, stacked on top of that air dryer like it's nobody's business. Sure, it may seem like a bit of a safety hazard. But it's here and there's not much we can do about it.

"My captcha was captcha."

Is that even allowed? Like, can the captcha for a website actually be the word "captcha?" Because I feel like there should be a rule against that happening. Even if there isn't a rule against it now, we should make one. Get it turned into a law.

"This building looks like it's floating in the City of London."

This floating building shouldn't exist. And luckily, it doesn't. Not really, in any case. It's just that some of the building's exterior is the exact color of the night sky, and you can probably guess the rest.

Don't worry, the UK isn't overrun with UFOs or anything.

"This house looks like it has no backside."

This definitely doesn't look real. And yet, there it is. I'm willing to bet it really does have a backside, what with those garage doors and regular doors that all look like they lead to something. Still, it just looks strange. Unreal, even.

"This walnut fell right onto a sign and was split down the middle."

I dunno, I just feel like things like this aren't supposed to happen. Or, they just happen so infrequently that they never get photographed. And if no one took a picture of a freak thing, did that thing really happen?

"I knew it..."

According to this van, birds aren't real. They're all surveillance drones that the government uses to spy on us. I... have no words for this, really.

I'm actually not sure whether or not I should laugh. Or if I should just be concerned that this van exists.

"Our office stays mostly empty these days, but I popped in today and made some coffee. After it brewed I lifted the pump lever I found this."

I really, really wish this wasn't real. But sadly, here it is. It's gross, creepy, upsetting, and pretty random. But that's what happens when no one uses a coffee maker, I guess.

It belongs to the spiders now.

"Tire jacks just aren't made like they used to be."

Yeah, I somehow think that's not what a mini trampoline should be used for. But some people think they can MacGyver anything. Well, I'm here to tell you that just because you can, doesn't mean you should. And this faux tire jack is proof of that.

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