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This Optical Illusion Apparently Tells You Where Your Priorities Lie

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This Optical Illusion Apparently Tells You Where Your Priorities Lie

Optical illusions, riddles and brainteasers are something that are very popular across the internet. Today, we're dealing with the former.

Apparently, what you see first in this particular illusion 'determines where your priorities lie'. We've all seen these before - a standing lamp taken in such a way that it looks like an arse, a tree waving in the wind, seemingly looking someone's lady garden, or three pigs who've aligned to look like meat and two veg.

This specific illusion allegedly determines how obsessed with sex you are, and whether you're lighthearted.


You don't really have to announce what you saw, because I can take a pretty good guess.

There are two ways people see the picture; It's either a woman's body or two stick men dancing with their arms raised.

I can kind of see the whole stick man thing, but it looks like they're engaging each other in a duel, rather than dancing.


It doesn't take a genius to work out that if you saw boobs, it says more about how obsessed you are with what goes on between the sheets. If you saw some shoddy stick men then you are light-hearted.

Psychologists claim that our brains our capable of seeing the two images, but they've failed to take into account that it's hard enough to see either when you're eight pints into the night.

But, if you're so clever, psychologists of the world, what colour was the dress? Blue and black or white and cold? Go on. I dare you.

Topics: Optical Illusion

Mark McGowan

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