From people and plants to cars and buildings, time eventually wears everything out. Sometimes it takes weeks or months, other times it can take years or decades, but eventually everything begins to crumble beneath the unstoppable pressure of Father Time.


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Check out this fascinating list to see what we mean. Compiled by Bored Panda, the pictures below contain everything from marble floors worn down by feet to kitchen knives that have almost lost their blades due to years of constant use. Don't forget to vote for your favorite, and feel free to add to the list!

#2 Before And After Power-Washing. New York Used To Be A Much Dirtier City Back When The Northeast Ran On Coal Plants

Before And After Power-Washing. New York Used To Be A Much Dirtier City Back When The Northeast Ran On Coal Plants

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John L 1 week ago

And on a positive note, technology has advance to the point where it may take centuries for the residue of the Industrial Revolution to build up like that again. :D

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#8 Footprints Are Carved Into The Floorboards By Monk Who Has Prayed At The Same Spot For 20 Years

Footprints Are Carved Into The Floorboards By Monk Who Has Prayed At The Same Spot For 20 Years

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Marlowe Fitzpatrik 1 week ago

Wood doesn't work that way. It would only be worn down if the monk hat moved a lot over that place, but he didn't . Just standing on wood wouldn't make dents - it might lower a section, but not carve out footprints. Especially not the toes! there's no weight on a toe, how would it indent so far down that you would spot the individual ones? Sorry- I call "fake" for this.

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