Every person who lives in the city sees hundreds of annoying details every day. That’s why even simply looking at perfect order, symmetry, or an ideal match of things found in the inevitable chaos of everyday life can make people feel really good.
The way these trees don’t touch
A heart-shaped strawberry
Finally got a new phone cord at work…
My grandmother spent the last 4 years typing on her typewriter recipe cards. These recipes have been passed down in my family and now to me. I’m honored and highly impressed with her grit and skill.
This spilled water conforming to the shape of the tile underneath
Japanese love perfection
A perfectionist delivery guy
Winter is the most beautiful season
This is where the tile meets the carpet in my apartment’s clubhouse.
This stroopwafel is just the right size
This charger on the power strip
My dishwasher is made for this pan
Finally, a hotel that understands.
Nature loves perfection too
Pollen on water
This perfect ice cream cone
Pulling a weed and getting the entire root out feels so good.
Made an omelet for my daughter this morning, and this happened. Apparently, our small frying pan knows how big our plates are.
A huge ball of fluff
This book collection
My neighbor backs his truck in everyday with less than an inch to spare.
Clothes hangers in a packing box
Real life tetris
A car dealership where only professional drivers work
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