Let’s see. The black part on this sign is obviously meant to represent a person. The negative white space in the middle is meant to represent a… heart explosion, maybe?
It becomes even more alarming when you learn that this was found at a preschool. But the online community was reassuring and explained that this sign is mostly used around cleaning supply as a general health warning.
That's it. That's the proof we needed. Aliens do exist, and they finally came to visit. Roswell had it right all along.
Sadly, though, Reddit users have a much simpler explanation. The picture was taken near a military base, and this flare is just a part of whatever tests or drills are happening there. Maybe the aliens need more time to do their makeup.
Snug as a Bug
Sungging with a cozy blanket is a pleasure shared by all humans. That's why snuggies are so popular. But imagine getting snuggly with a new blanket and finding weird metal snaps on its ends. What are they there for?
Well, according to some social media users, this is an older version of a Snuggie, and the snaps are there to help you wrap it around yourself for a maximum snug experience.
Into the Woods
The woods is a mysterious place. Naturally, that's where all the best fairytales happen. But we don't remember Hansel and Gretel running into a metallic woodland igloo.
The internet solved this mystery and explained that this is called a hopper. When using a crane, hoppers are is used to handle mixed concrete. Now, will the internet please tell us how it got there?
Made Their Mark
Most transactions these days involve one of three major forms of money — paper, coins, or plastic credit cards. But fabric? That's new. Or, in fact, as seen in this picture, really old.
The notes you're looking at are decades-old German money. Issued by a real German bank in the 1920s, these pieces of linen were originally worth 25 Marks each.