Being a perfectionist has its moments that are more challenging than rewarding, but every once and a while everything lines up and ends up soothing our minds. Whether it's on purpose or just a happy accident, there are a lot of things that are just so satisfying to look at.
Some people like to make fun of you for being a perfectionist, but honestly, you should just embrace it. So what if you have to sort your M&Ms by color, or you always have to buy gas in even numbers, if it makes you happy and isn't hurting anyone who cares!
Do these images put you at ease? Or does the order make you want to mess it all up?
Candy is best when eaten in a rainbow
When the sandwich meat fits the bread perfectly
This store knows what's up
I wonder if the people on the boat even realize how good this is
Sorry kids, the grownups need a couple of hours in the ball pit
I don't know how this happens, but I don't even care, it's awesome
What goes around, comes back around!
The most perfect fill
Freshly stocked produce never looked better
Give the person in charge of folding a raise
As good as these are, there are still more satisfying images to come...
Nature is unbelievable sometimes
This is so soothing
The most perfect pancake ever made
Now this is intelligent marketing
It matches SO well it's almost like it is planned
These perfectly placed leaves
Thank you Jimmy Dean
The only way anyone wants to peel an orange
The only way I like snow is if it is perfectly folded sheets
Who knew cannon balls had the potential to be relaxing
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"We will be back in five minutes."Those were Paul Walker's final words before a fatal car accident took his life in 2013. The actor was 40 years old at the time of his death, and was mourned by family, friends, co-stars, and fans who laid a shrine at the spot where he died in northern LA.But one couple in particular must have been crushed to hear about the Fast and Furious star's