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Find the banana in this image (1 Viewer)

KC Foggin

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You have to pause before scrolling down on all these things because there will inexorably be some kind of spoiler or something ... ;-)

I couldn't find a banana in the picture.

It looks to me like the girl just has a hairband (Alice band?) on her head which due to the picture angle bears a passing/superficial resemblance to a banana, nothing more, nothing less. A real banana would fall off her head at that angle*. It could have been glued into place, but that seems unlikely. It is good for children to have an active imagination, but this is just strange. I am sure most of us have never come across youngsters gluing or otherwise afixing fruit to themselves in this manner.

Why would she even have a banana on her head anyway??

*(A banana falling off a child's head could also pose an imminent safety risk if not picked up immediately. It is well known that bananas pose a significant and dangerous slipping risk to passersby)
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