15 People Who Don’t Need to Leave Their House to Find Treasures
The world is wonderful and diverse, new discoveries wait for us literally at every corner. But sometimes we don’t even have to leave our homes to find something extraordinary, like an old cookbook, a warehouse for bowling balls, and even a lost wedding ring. Such unusual finds excite our minds and add a bit of magic to our everyday life.
We at Bright Side love to look through photos from internet users who found something interesting right where they live.
“Two eagles have decided to build a nest right outside my grandma’s window on the 12th floor.”
“For a month, I thought I lost my wedding ring on a cross-country road trip. I called gas stations, pawnshops, searched lost and found posts.”
“Finally, I gave up ever seeing it again when we realized it was under my husband’s deodorant.”
“Found frog tracks on my window this morning.”
“Discovered an old cookbook at my attic published in 1907. It has gravures and even colorful illustrations.”
“There is a sunflower growing from my neighbors guttering.”
“Renovating a bathroom and found a newspaper from 1944 in the wall.”
“A lizard fell from the ceiling and left this dusty imprint on this wireless charger.”
“Lighting I’ve photographed today.”
When your friend buys a new home and after doing some excavations in the basement, they find 30 bowling balls.
“This pattern appears when the glass is foggy.”
- It looks like a trace from a vacuum glass suction cup. © PrecisionChemist / Reddit
“My girlfriend’s onion had a little heart in it!”
“My friend moved into an apartment recently and found this in the attic.”
The character of the Jumanji movie found the same game and found himself in the lost world (a note from Bright Side).
“My granny kept complaining that the floor under the TV set keeps getting rotten.”
“I decided to eliminate the issue, opened the floor, and found a 46-foot well there.”
“Water is ‘stuck’ on my mini cactus.”
“Just moved into a new place and the closet has old Saltillo tiles which are traditionally handmade and dried in fields. Looks like these tiles had some visitors.”
Have you ever come across anything curious at home? What finds would you be glad to see?