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    21 Things That Actually Exist Right Here On Earth, But Totally Look Like They Came From A Parallel Universe

    Somewhere in a slightly different alternate reality.

    Click here for part one, here for part two, and here for part three.

    1. This bright pink fire truck.

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    2. This MASSIVE screw that looks like it's from the land of giants.

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    3. This spaceship McDonald's.

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    4. This Gatorade in a glass bottle.

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    5. This airplane bathroom that has a window in it.

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    6. These pillars that look like poorly rendered video game graphics.

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    7. These decorative Roman columns casually seen inside this grocery store.

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    8. This quarter that actually has color.

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    9. This extremely old $1 bill that looks like it's from some other world's version of America.

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    10. This clock that gives you the time using words.

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    11. This zero playing card.

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    12. This pinkish purple sky.

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    13. This mustache-less Mario.

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    14. This stop sign with a different font that just doesn't look right.

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    15. This McDonald's drive-thru that looks like it's in a world where white SUVs are the only car.

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    16. This sign with a strange choice for a speed limit.

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    17. This wall of motherboards that looks like some sort of advanced technology.

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    18. This canned water.

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    19. This grocery store that was built inside a hockey rink.

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    20. This guitar-shaped hotel with beaming lights for strings that look like they go on forever.

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    21. And finally, this concept car made by Mercedes that legitimately looks like something from Tron.

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