Fascinated by the way that Google automatically tries to complete our thoughts, Gary Turk decided to turn the idea into a social experiment, asking random people to try and complete phrases to see the commonalities and differences in human outlook.
Fast food generally doesn’t look anything like its advertising imagery, so Greg Benson decided to head to fast food chains to see if they could actually make food look like the pictures. We’re surprised they did so well on the second try.
Mark Rober used to have a Frida Kalho look going on until he discovered the wonder of tweezers. If the conclusions he reaches in his social experiment are correct, he made the right move by exterminating his forehead caterpillar.