Are you ready to learn a new word today that you’ll go around telling people about for the rest of your life? Let’s talk about pareidolia.

According to Wikipedia, pareidolia is “the tendency for perception to impose a meaningful interpretation on a nebulous stimulus, usually visual, so that one sees an object, pattern, or meaning where there is none. Common examples are perceived images of animals, faces, or objects in cloud formations, seeing faces in inanimate objects, or lunar pareidolia like the Man in the Moon or the Moon rabbit.”

But before you go Googling what the heck the moon rabbit is, we’d like to examine a few examples of the most common form of this phenomenon: seeing faces in everything.

Here are a few non-face faces, and the things we’ve decided to name them.

15. Degbert

Is rather confused, thought you would be providing lunch.

14. Charlie the Schnoz

His lips are sealed, but he’s still up to no good.

13. Lil’ Bimpers

He’s so very sad. Won’t you take him home?

12. Chuck

He’s hangin’ loose, ready to ride that current.

11. Sam

Regrets to inform you that you have a small injury, and it’s him.

10. Birdo

Previously thought to be extinct, this flightless avian resides in the woods.

9. Heater Hank

What is he full of? You’ll just have to find out.

8. Dr. Juan

He will see you now.

7. Tough Terry

You want a piece of him? ‘Cause you can have it.

6. Billy

Just having kind of a rough time overall, don’t mind him.

5. Cardboard Kevin

Excuse me, would you lend a bit of a hand?

4. The Gazer

Oh, the things these rocks have seen.

3. Blowhard Baldwin

He’ll keep a cool eye on you.

2. Caffeine Carl

Just a little jittery.

1. Milly the Mop

You don’t wanna cross paths with this one.

Faces, faces everywhere.

Do you have anything in your home that weirdly has a face?

Tell us your name for it in the comments.