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Re: The "How Have I Never Noticed That Before?" thread?

Postby felltir » Thu Sep 09, 2010 8:23 pm UTC

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I thought that was a Pneumatic Drill.
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Re: The "How Have I Never Noticed That Before?" thread?

Postby SecondTalon » Thu Sep 09, 2010 8:48 pm UTC

OH GOD NOW I SEE ALL THREE AT ONCE!
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Re: The "How Have I Never Noticed That Before?" thread?

Postby broken_escalator » Thu Sep 09, 2010 9:25 pm UTC

I don't see the pneumatic drill, but now I can't stop seeing the hammer. :|

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Re: The "How Have I Never Noticed That Before?" thread?

Postby ConMan » Mon Sep 13, 2010 6:55 am UTC

The logo for the Australian Liberal Party, which is the Australian flag with flag-like shapes above it and to its right ... is in the shape of an L. For Liberal.
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Re: The "How Have I Never Noticed That Before?" thread?

Postby Amarantha » Mon Sep 13, 2010 8:21 am UTC

O hey, so it is!

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Re: The "How Have I Never Noticed That Before?" thread?

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Re: The "How Have I Never Noticed That Before?" thread?

Postby crystal_owl » Thu Sep 16, 2010 8:52 pm UTC

That the Disney 'D' really is a D. I know it sounds obvious, but I can't be the only one who for years just didn't see it as such? I remember as a little kid tracing it with my finger in an attempt to work out just what this weird shape was meant to be! It looks more like a backwards G.
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Postby Oregonaut » Thu Sep 16, 2010 9:06 pm UTC

Huh....now that you mention it, it really does, doesn't it?
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Re: The "How Have I Never Noticed That Before?" thread?

Postby crystal_owl » Thu Sep 16, 2010 9:09 pm UTC

The weird thing is since I realised it was just a particularly curly D it looks obvious to me, but before that moment I genuinely could not see it as a letter. It seems to be one of those things where people are divided into those who've always seen it as a D and can't see the confusion and those who, like me, had their minds utterly blown when it was revealed to them.
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Re: The "How Have I Never Noticed That Before?" thread?

Postby tes » Thu Sep 16, 2010 9:12 pm UTC

I think the last letter is even harder to make out, for years I thought it was a p.

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Re: The "How Have I Never Noticed That Before?" thread?

Postby Oregonaut » Thu Sep 16, 2010 9:13 pm UTC

That is one of the awesome things about language, once you recognize it, you can't ever unrecognize it. It is fun trying to look at words and not see them as words, but instead as random scribbles. Fun brain exercise.
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Re: The "How Have I Never Noticed That Before?" thread?

Postby Lazar » Thu Sep 16, 2010 9:15 pm UTC

crystal_owl wrote:That the Disney 'D' really is a D. I know it sounds obvious, but I can't be the only one who for years just didn't see it as such? I remember as a little kid tracing it with my finger in an attempt to work out just what this weird shape was meant to be! It looks more like a backwards G.

I had the same issue - in fact I believe there's a Facebook group for it.

Related: The "y" at the end looks like a lower-case phi.
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Re: The "How Have I Never Noticed That Before?" thread?

Postby crystal_owl » Thu Sep 16, 2010 9:19 pm UTC

You're right, it really does look like a P! It always bothered me that it's a seemingly random mixture of upper and lower case letters too. And now Lazar's pointed it out it really does look like a lower case phi, so now there are multiple language in there too. Sort it out, Walt!

This sort of thing melts my brain after a while. Like when you say a word over and over until it loses it's meaning, and it takes a while to come back. I'm bilingual in BSL and alternate thinking in both languages, so sometimes when I see a word written down my brain links it with a physical action to the point where they completely blur together. Language is delightfully confusing.
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Re: The "How Have I Never Noticed That Before?" thread?

Postby Felstaff » Fri Sep 17, 2010 10:37 am UTC

Walt's handwriting fucking sucks.

Also: Disney golden palace phallus

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Re: The "How Have I Never Noticed That Before?" thread?

Postby OBrien » Fri Sep 17, 2010 1:49 pm UTC

O'Brien is my actual surname. When I went to uni I started to hang out with about five people called Dan and three called James, so we all started call each other by our surnames. When I started using it as my username on the blogospheres, however, I got a load of comments about how creepy people assume am due to my username. It took about a year for the penny to drop and for me to realise people thought I was making a George Orwell reference.

It also took me a good couple of months for me to realise why the Spanish foreign student thought calling Dan Franco by his surname is a bit inappropriate.
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Re: The "How Have I Never Noticed That Before?" thread?

Postby podbaydoor » Fri Sep 17, 2010 4:46 pm UTC

crystal_owl wrote:The weird thing is since I realised it was just a particularly curly D it looks obvious to me, but before that moment I genuinely could not see it as a letter. It seems to be one of those things where people are divided into those who've always seen it as a D and can't see the confusion and those who, like me, had their minds utterly blown when it was revealed to them.

I can switch back and forth. Usually I keep it as the backwards G out of nostalgia for my long-misguided childhood (it took me til age 18 to see the D).
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Re: The "How Have I Never Noticed That Before?" thread?

Postby HighSpeedFallingObjects » Mon Sep 20, 2010 10:02 pm UTC

tes wrote:I think the last letter is even harder to make out, for years I thought it was a p.


Oh wow, I never noticed that! I guess I was so hung up on the weird D/G thing that I never really even looked at the end! I just always assumed that it was a p, and it wasn't until I read your comment that I realized that doesn't even make sense.

Anyway, mine may or may not be obvious but when I first realized it I was like "whoa": Stuart Little's dad is Dr. House.

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Re: The "How Have I Never Noticed That Before?" thread?

Postby OBrien » Mon Sep 20, 2010 10:05 pm UTC

HighSpeedFallingObjects wrote:Anyway, mine may or may not be obvious but when I first realized it I was like "whoa": Stuart Little's dad is Dr. House.


About a year ago: Woah! Dr. House is Laurie out of Fry and Laurie!
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Re: The "How Have I Never Noticed That Before?" thread?

Postby hemhhr » Mon Sep 20, 2010 10:13 pm UTC

Somebody had to tell me that House was Wooster. Blew my mind.

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Postby Felstaff » Mon Sep 20, 2010 10:17 pm UTC

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Re: The "How Have I Never Noticed That Before?" thread?

Postby Promicin » Mon Sep 20, 2010 10:39 pm UTC

HighSpeedFallingObjects wrote:
tes wrote:Anyway, mine may or may not be obvious but when I first realized it I was like "whoa": Stuart Little's dad is Dr. House.


Really? Huh. Did not know that (but I haven't seen the movie since I've started watching House).

Anyway, I see your House and raise you a "Hey, that's Shirley Schmidt (from Boston Legal)!" in Murphy Brown. Took me about five episodes (yay, reruns of shows I kinda remember my mom watching!) to realize why Murphy looked farmilliar.

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Re: The "How Have I Never Noticed That Before?" thread?

Postby Fume Troll » Tue Sep 21, 2010 7:22 pm UTC

The pattern of the carpet fabric decorating the house of the evil Sid in Toy Story is was the same as that in the Overlook Hotel in The Shining. Not something one would necessarily notice, but interesting!

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Re: The "How Have I Never Noticed That Before?" thread?

Postby Oregonaut » Tue Sep 21, 2010 7:26 pm UTC

I've slept there many times. It really isn't creepy at all. They did a great job with the atmosphere development in that movie.
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Re: The "How Have I Never Noticed That Before?" thread?

Postby Goldstein » Tue Sep 21, 2010 9:28 pm UTC

OBrien wrote:O'Brien is my actual surname. When I went to uni I started to hang out with about five people called Dan and three called James, so we all started call each other by our surnames. When I started using it as my username on the blogospheres, however, I got a load of comments about how creepy people assume am due to my username. It took about a year for the penny to drop and for me to realise people thought I was making a George Orwell reference.


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Re: The "How Have I Never Noticed That Before?" thread?

Postby Midnight » Wed Sep 22, 2010 12:23 am UTC

OBrien wrote:It also took me a good couple of months for me to realise why the Spanish foreign student thought calling Dan Franco by his surname is a bit inappropriate.

Why would people keep that name? If my last name was Stalin you can bet your ass that I'd change it. You're not gonna go "i'm not going to let that dictator sully my family's name!" cause that shit got sullied, dog.
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Postby crowey » Wed Sep 22, 2010 1:18 am UTC

saw this on another forum and it made me giggle, this thread seems appropriate...

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Re: The "How Have I Never Noticed That Before?" thread?

Postby ThinkSweet » Wed Sep 22, 2010 4:22 am UTC

Wow, that is awesome. And I shall never look at ducks the same way again!
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Postby OBrien » Wed Sep 22, 2010 7:29 am UTC

Midnight wrote:
OBrien wrote:It also took me a good couple of months for me to realise why the Spanish foreign student thought calling Dan Franco by his surname is a bit inappropriate.

Why would people keep that name? If my last name was Stalin you can bet your ass that I'd change it. You're not gonna go "i'm not going to let that dictator sully my family's name!" cause that shit got sullied, dog.

Apparently Franco is the Spanish speaking countries' equivalent of Smith. Plus his family are from Chile, so they weren't really affected by the whole dictatorship thing.
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Re: The "How Have I Never Noticed That Before?" thread?

Postby Amarantha » Sat Sep 25, 2010 11:54 am UTC

ThinkSweet wrote:Wow, that is awesome. And I shall never look at ducks the same way again!
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Postby Kang » Sun Sep 26, 2010 9:02 pm UTC

I never noticed the quite obvious connection between Thorium and the norse god Thor.

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Re: The "How Have I Never Noticed That Before?" thread?

Postby Midnight » Sun Sep 26, 2010 10:13 pm UTC

Kang wrote:I never noticed the quite obvious connection between Thorium and the norse god Thor.

It took me a while too, but that's because I thought Thorium was only in the warcraft universe and not a real element.
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Midnight wrote:
Kang wrote:I never noticed the quite obvious connection between Thorium and the norse god Thor.

It took me a while too, but that's because I thought Thorium was only in the warcraft universe and not a real element.

That reminds me, what's the chemical symbol for mithril again?
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Re: The "How Have I Never Noticed That Before?" thread?

Postby Isaac Hill » Mon Sep 27, 2010 1:41 am UTC

Those ducks look like they'e wearing stretched out Keaton Masks from the Legend of Zelda series. In case you didn't notice this before, the fox-looking mask is called the Keaton mask because Michael J. Fox played Alex P. Keaton.

You know that phrase "___ is my middle name", where the blank is filled in by something asociated with the person saying it (ie "Danger is my middle name" or "Cooking is my middle name")? My middle name is Arthur, which can be shortened to Art, so I am actually being literal if I say "Art is my middle name". I've had this middle name my whole life, and just noticed this a few months ago at the age of 32. I know fuck-all about art.
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Re: Personal "Eureka!" moments

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Fume Troll wrote:This seems to happen to me quite a lot. Today a text came in on someone's phone during a meeting, and it made the Beep Beep Beep, Beeeep Beeeep, Beep Beep Beep noise. I've heard that noise goodness knows how many times and thought nothing much of it. Today however, the Eureka moment struck. The limit of my knowledge of Morse code is knowing that the morse code for SOS is three dots, three dashes, three dots, and I suddenly thought, "I bet the Morse for "M" is two dashes, to give "SMS".

And lo and behold, it is.

What personal "Eureka!" moments have you had?

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Re: The "How Have I Never Noticed That Before?" thread?

Postby Levi » Mon Sep 27, 2010 3:53 am UTC

Isaac Hill wrote:Those ducks look like they'e wearing stretched out Keaton Masks from the Legend of Zelda series. In case you didn't notice this before, the fox-looking mask is called the Keaton mask because Michael J. Fox played Alex P. Keaton.

You know that phrase "___ is my middle name", where the blank is filled in by something asociated with the person saying it (ie "Danger is my middle name" or "Cooking is my middle name")? My middle name is Arthur, which can be shortened to Art, so I am actually being literal if I say "Art is my middle name". I've had this middle name my whole life, and just noticed this a few months ago at the age of 32. I know fuck-all about art.


I plan to give any future children I have the middle name "Danger" so that they can trot it out at appropriate moments.

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Postby Midnight » Mon Sep 27, 2010 6:15 am UTC

I'm down with the multiple-middle-name-thing, so I'll definitely throw in a "danger"
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It took me 20 years to figure out that Madness' 1982 hit "House of Fun" was about a kid wanting to buy condoms, using the names of various novelty items as code, only to have the chemist (drugstore assistant) take them literally and point them to a joke shop!
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Postby RoadieRich » Tue Sep 28, 2010 9:46 pm UTC

Erasure, the band responsible for "Always" from Robot Unicorn Attack also recorded the original version of Wheatus's "Little Respect". I thought it seemed familiar.
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Re: The "How Have I Never Noticed That Before?" thread?

Postby kernelpanic » Tue Sep 28, 2010 10:46 pm UTC

OBrien wrote:Plus his family are from Chile, so they weren't really affected by the whole dictatorship thing.

What the fuck are you talking about?
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