Internet users often post photos that can give answers to even the most absurd questions. For example, what happens to a wooden post if it’s been licked by cattle for over 50 years? What happens to 4 liters of milk if you boil it over a low flame for 8 hours?
Smiles Tv loves learning new things about the world and here are some of the discoveries we want to share with you.
This hair that got caught in a zipper
© elizabutnothamilton / reddit
An insect got stuck between the printer and the pillowcase.
© GAMERGRILLE / reddit
Looks like this car is going to stay here forever.
© CheezyMcWang / reddit
Did you know that scorpions glow under UV light?
“Our cattle licked this post for the better part of 50 years.”
© BoltActionRifleman / reddit
The person who took this picture doesn’t know why his cattle love licking this post, but he thinks they do it out of boredom.
“My dad has had the same wallet for so long his driver’s license photo is imprinted on the plastic.”
© 3D_Sock / reddit
“The spot on the driver’s side where my heel rests”
© tastybabysoup / reddit
“My girlfriend’s signet ring that belonged to her great-great-grandmother. You can see how it’s always been worn on the pinky of the left hand, because of how the gold on the inside is worn.”
© Producer131 / reddit
“I used to have a really impressive watch tan.”
© jamaicanhopscotch / reddit
“My jeans: I always carry my phone on my right pocket.”
© ElijahAngel / reddit
“My super glue tipped over on my desk today.”
© dorzle / reddit
This nut and bolt that got cleanly sliced in half during demolition work…
© iron40 / reddit
This is what a gallon of milk looks like after being slowly boiled for 8 hours.
© pudding4gangsters / reddit
This old screen has Pac-Man burnt into it.
© unit2981 / reddit
The photo above shows a screen burn-in. Old tube televisions had a cathode ray gun shooting electrons at the screen to excite the phosphorous on the surface and make an image, in this case, Pac-Man.
This pencil was stuck in a flower pot for a year. The outer wood was eaten away by dirt, leaving just the graphite.
© yeetmycrocfeet / reddit
This is what happens when you go 84,000 miles without an oil change.
© phoenixreborn75 / reddit
The owner of this car drove 84,000 miles without an oil change. By the way, you are supposed to have the oil changed about every 8,000 miles. Otherwise, the engine is bound to break down.
3 and a half years of dust build-up on a green army man
© BoxterCrabshire / reddit
An Xbox One controller box that sat in the sun for 4+ years
© SeppiFox / reddit
Floor cleaner that got spilled here at some point
© Tie_me_off / reddit
“I extracted mine and my husband’s brains from MRI images and he 3D printed them.”
© grapefruitorama / reddit
Which of these photos amazed you the most? Tell us in the comment section below!
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