Do you smile when you see a good example of eye bombing? (basically the art of sticking eyes on inanimate objects) I know I do and that is why I bring you ten of the very best images of eyebombing you will ever see…
Ten of the Very Best Examples of Eyebombing You Will Ever See
BONUS CONTENT: Top 10 Facts About Eyes
10 – Every morning he is always there for you.
9 – She has always been there when I need her, my shining light.
8 – “You have yourself a GGGRREEEAAAATTT day!
FACT: Your eyes have super power healing abilities. Your eyes have the ability to filter out dust, dirt and heal scratches in as little time as 48 hours.
7 – “Don’t look at the dog, don’t look at the dog….eewwwww…yuck!”
FACT: You have about 130 million rods and 7 million cones cells in your eyes. Rods are the cells which help you to see in the dark.
6 – “Oh, dear. Where has my lolly gone?!?”
FACT: Eye transplants are not yet possible to make the blind see because the optic nerve is so complex and sensitive and it has not yet been discovered how to regenerate healthy retinal cells.
5 – “I’m not a complete nut job! …Oh, hang on a sec…”
FACT: People with brown eyes simply have more melanin than people with blue eyes. However, if you have blue eyes did you know that you have a common ancestor with every other blue-eyed person on the planet?
4 – All of a sudden I have lost my appetite!
FACT: You eye weighs only about 28 eight grams and is approximately two and a half centimeters wide, but contains 6 muscles.
3 – “Not one person says hello to me….*sniff*”
FACT: You actually only see three colours; red, blue, and green. All other colours are created through the combination of these three colours.
2 – The happiest snake in the world: Banister Snake
FACT: Try this basic experiment: Walk into the bathroom with the lights off – turn on the light while looking in the mirror – watch how your pupil shrinks!
1 – “Will you hug me?!?”
FACT: A blink lasts approximately one-tenth of a second, but there is no clear-cut average number of blinks per minute. In fact, blink rates per minute vary from 2 blinks to 50 blinks per minute per person.