You know that feeling of joy when you open a fresh bag of chips and pull out a huge, unscathed chip that could be a snack all by itself. Pure bliss.
It's all patterned and spirally and now you can't bring yourself to eat it because you don't want to destroy this natural wonder.
Just imagine how wonderful this burger will be. Every bite will be an optimal combination of toppings, burger and bun. Nothing will go to waste.
The way they fit snuggly in that basket. The way they're arranged. The way they are surrounded by their other beautiful, but not nearly as perfect twin siblings. *moans internally*
Now imagine a large, hexagonal fried egg, on a beautiful hexagonal plate, sitting on a hexagonal table in the middle of a hexagonal dining room. *faints in disbelief*
Another example of how organization and order can create beautiful works of art.
Which would be better, marveling at the fact that lemons can be peeled like their citrus cousins, or being able to pull these slices apart for beautiful, rhineless wedges?
Perfect timing and perfect separation. Ten out of ten.
What's more impressive, the watermelon fitting in the bag or the person who visualized this happening and made a seemingly impossible dream into a reality?
The fabled stories of the perfect soft serve cone have all been backed up by this incredible visual evidence.
This is a mesmerizing display of epicurean genius. The secret ingredient is OCD.
Just another example of a platter that is too good to eat. Literally. Take one slice of perfectly arranged fruit and you've unraveled everything that holds the universe together.
Don't fight it. Just let the strawberry pie open your mind's eye and free your spirit.
NO ROOM FOR AIR. THIS IS HEAVEN.
The ring of marshmallows may be ordinary, but the creator definitely had a hand in that jello mold.
We want the eyeballs of whomever filled these glasses, please.
ALL FOOD SHOULD COME OUT OF NATURE LIKE THIS.
Faith in humanity restored.