People post photos of things that they’ve found or seen and they never have a clue what the objects are.
Then, Reddit users figure it out for them and we all learn something!
Let’s take a look at some really interesting examples.
1. A house for trolls?
“It’s a fridge, or a old time cold room. Basically a room covered with dirt for insulation.”
2. DO NOT REMOVE.
“Aztec calendar. Funny thing, I remember a bunch of these a while ago being smuggled over the border and they were made of meth.”
3. What the hell…?
“It’s potato art… And I’m not even kidding… The artist is unknown (some say by an artist called NoNose), if you look for ‘London bus stop potato art’ you can find many more articles written about it.”
4. Little creatures.
“Stonefly larvae. Good sign for the water quality.”
5. Coming out of the ceiling.
“Those are the studs from your walls — redistributed by your termites.”
6. Can someone please identify this?
7. Well, did he win?
“Hoof pick for cleaning horses hooves.”
8. Watch your knees.
“Skateboard prevention device. Keeps em from grinding on edges.”
9. Mysterious numbers.
“Magic square. It’s a popular sort of decoration to put outside math departments.”
10. That old, rusty thing.
“It is an underwater mine.”
11. Are you in a futuristic film?
“Those look like midge eggs, an aquatic fly.”
12. What could this be…?
“Alvernia Studios is a film studio located near Kraków, Poland, 18 km (10 miles) from the Kraków-Balice Airport, with additional offices in Mumbai and Warsaw.”
I’ll say it one more time: THOSE ARE SO COOL!
Now we want to hear from the readers out there! Have you ever used this Reddit page to find out what something was? Or maybe you helped someone else figure out what a mystery object was?
Please tell us your stories in the comments!