Pareidolia is a psychological phenomenon that causes people to interpret vague stimulus as something familiar.
Common examples of pareidolia include: seeing faces in everyday objects like coffee cups, or clouds.
Less common examples might include seeing clouds and coffee cups that look like two rabbits having sex (talk to your shink about those.)
Now that you know what this phenomenon is, you’d think your brain would bypass it and see things for what they really are. But, nope. Stupid brain.
Here are some of the best examples of what pareidolia is: