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->''"In fact, mostly they just swerved and looked irritated, as if they had to deal with a lot of ratty teenagers carrying old hippie women across the freeway."''
-->-- '''Percy Jackson''', ''Literature/TheHeroesOfOlympus: The Son of Neptune''

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An Unusually Uninteresting Sight is something that is blatantly unusual, yet nobody seems to take notice of it. It could be an odd costume, UnusualEars, an [[DidIJustSayThatOutLoud external monologue]], a visible weapon, or an animal that only vaguely resembles a normal one (such as a [[UsefulNotes/FurryFandom blue wolf wearing armor]]). For some reason, none of the bystanders take notice or comment on it.

In some cases this is justified with [[InvisibleToNormals not being seen by mortals]] or for some reason, if it's a kid's show/book/comic/other, it's often stated that the weirdness [[InvisibleToAdults cannot be seen by adults or doubters]].

While unusual hair or eye colors won't be noticed, they may not actually ''be there'' in the first place -- see HairColors. When the Unusually Uninteresting Sight is ignored by apathetic folks in a [[TheCity metropolis]], then that's CityOfWeirdos. The simplest explanation is that people may have simply gotten used to the sight and accept it as normal.

Possibly an extension of the BystanderSyndrome or NoBigDeal, contrast with MundaneMadeAwesome and FauxHorrific. Occasionally justified with a WeirdnessCensor. Common in MagicRealism and MundaneFantastic. See also CityOfWeirdos, FantasticallyIndifferent, ElephantInTheLivingRoom, LionsAndTigersAndHumansOhMy, MetallicarSyndrome and NotDistractedByTheSexy.

!!Example subpages:

* UnusuallyUninterestingSight/AnimeAndManga
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight/ComicBooks
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight/FanWorks
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight/{{Film}}
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight/{{Literature}}
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight/LiveActionTV
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight/VideoGames
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight/WebComics
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight/WebOriginal
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight/WesternAnimation
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight/RealLife

!!Other examples:

* In one of the Art/SistineChapel's many paintings, there are two people chatting away with their backs turned to the Son of God freely giving the truths of the universe away.

* Several Inugami Circus Dan videos depict the members working in offices, sitting in cafes, meeting old friends and generally going about their business like ordinary people whilst wearing their trademark white and black facepaint. None of the extras notice, let alone comment on it. Particularly noticeable example from about 1:34 in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b1zj9hP4BrE this video]]
* Parodied in a Music/MariahCarey video (Boy - I Need You). It takes place in Tokyo with several giant monsters and mechs running amok, and the locals just go about their business.
** Likewise, in the video of "Heroes" which The Wallflowers recorded for ''Film/Godzilla1998'', the band keeps right on playing even after Godzilla's tail knocks a hole in the wall of the apartment where they're performing, and the singer just glances at the hovering military helicopter that stops to check out the damage. Meanwhile, a girl in a hoodie disinterestedly walks past crowds of panicked, fleeing people, picks up a six-pack from the bodega across the street, leaves some money on the counter when she can't find the cashier, and walks back again, never even glancing at the huge footprint which Godzilla left in the pavement while she was in there.
* In the video for Lisa Stanfield's cover of Music/BarryWhite's "Never, Never Gonna Give You Up", she goes out onto the streets, nude, after taking a bath. No one gives her anything more than a passing glance. Granted, she does eventually find a coat to put on as she heads to her boyfriend's house.

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* ''ComicStrip/PhoebeAndHerUnicorn'' invokes this with the magical [[WeirdnessCensor Shield of Boringness]].

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* Almost invoked with a spell in TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}, ''aura of the unremarkable'', which works as a sort of enforced version of this. It allows the target to perform any number of strange actions - perfectly in view of the public - and not have anyone view it as abnormal. They see and remember the actions normally, but unless it directly threatens them, they are magically compelled to think that there's nothing wrong with the someone walking up and stabbing the queen in broad daylight.
* Invoked by the narrator in TabletopGame/{{GURPS}} Black Ops who took the subway after a mission with a gaping hole in his chest. Even though he left a large pool of blood underneath his feet, not a single other soul on the train looked up or said anything. The narrator says that half the reason why their shadow war has remained a secret is that the world cannot and will not accept the existence of paranormal creatures, and therefore will remain willfully ignorant, writing off any unusual thing they see.