Groot of Guardians of the Galaxy it is the last figure that appears on food. People often see Jesus, the Virgin Mary or Elvis in their food, but Groot took over and went viral after fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe saw his face on a potato. Jesus has been seen on numerous toasts, while the Virgin Mary has appeared on a ten year old grilled cheese and the King has been seen on a dusty old potato chip.

Twitter user Akortainment posted the image of the potato on Twitter with the caption: “I can’t be the only one who sees Groot.” It turned out that a lot of people saw the MCU character and started sharing the image, making Guardians of the Galaxy and the Groot trend on social media this weekend. This occurs shortly after a monkey that looks like an Ewok went viral. It is not clear if anyone tried to carve the image of Groot into the potato or if it is just a case of people seeing something that looks like the character. To some, the potato looks like Groot when Thanos took half the universe.

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The potato’s social media explosion found people pondering why they love Groot, as well as questioning how Vin Diesel got such a high-paying job for saying three simple words. MCU fans are waiting for James Gunn to complete his duties with rival studio DC Films to return to Marvel Studios and begin work on Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3, where Groot will return with his intergalactic family to undertake a new task. Before that, it is believed that Groot will appear in Taika Waititi Thor: love and thunder, which is currently filming in Australia.

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Seeing images in food, clouds, or other objects is a phenomenon known as pareidolia. The researchers say that it is completely normal to see face-like structures in inanimate objects because it relates to how our brains are wired. Dr Colin Palmer says, “This basic pattern of characteristics that defines the human face is something our brain is particularly attuned to and is likely to be what draws our attention to pareidolia objects.” In addition to seeing Jesus in a toast, millions of people see random faces in cars, houses, clouds, and various other inanimate objects.

Dr Colin Palmer went on to say, “But face perception is not just about noticing the presence of a face. We also need to recognize who that person is and read the information on their face, as if they are paying attention to us, and if they are happy or upset. ” This would explain how MCU fans view Groot in the potato. It is clearly recognizable if you are familiar with Guardians of the Galaxy, but if not, the potato looks like a normal face. You can take a look at the aforementioned potato to see if it looks like Guardians of the Galaxy star Groot, thanks to Akortainment official Twitter account.

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