Whoever poured this cola drink is obviously hiding something, and that something is the multiple sources of their ice. A refreshing cup of an icy, sparkling beverage of your choice on a hot summer’s day. It’s a little pleasure that connects us all as humans.
Unless that icy beverage is the one we’re looking at in this picture. In that case, you can expect a full-on war. A war waged between perfectionists and people who want to watch the world burn.
It is not something you see straight away unless you’re a perfectionist. And then, once you have seen it, you cannot unsee it. The worst part is that this pole has been incorrectly aligned at the worst place to be incorrectly aligned – on a football field.
You cannot stop game time to march over and correct its position, and throughout the game, your head will keep darting back and forth to the incorrectly aligned pole. Now isn’t that a way to ruin a great game? We’re suspecting a nonfootball fan is responsible for this fiendish behavior.
If these two objects – whatever they are meant to be – were aligned, we wouldn't have questioned what they were nor questioned what their purpose was. We’d simply accept them as conforming to the rules of symmetry and perfection – and the world would make sense again.
Now, because of their disrespect and inability to conform, they have caused us to enter the rabbit hole of trying to figure out what they are, what their function is, and what the meaning of life is. It's 42, by the way. Any perfectionist knows that.
At first, you won’t see it, and the world will still make sense. And then you will, and then you will ask yourself, “why?” Whoever allowed the tile installer to get away with this was definitely not a perfectionist, nor did they take much pride in the bathroom’s symmetry. Let us just impose one rule – tiles should be symmetrical and should follow a pattern.
If tiles are asymmetrical, they just make daily chores difficult. You know, chores like living and breathing in a house. In the case of this photo, guests probably use the outdoor toilet instead of this one.
You can see where the writer of “Finding Nemo” got their inspiration from. Or maybe it inspired the “Finding Dory” sequel. Whichever film we know, the writers must have seen this picture and said to themselves, “Not all fish want to conform – and not all fish conform.”
Even outside of the silver screen, you will see fish trying to map out their own path. And chewy candy fish are no exception. Sadly, it might work for the storylines of movies, but a perfectionist will agree with this photo.