Of all the things, the internet loves a good optical illusion. Remember the four people picture? The case of a man walking in the forest? Or true cyan colour?
Well, the latest has everyone obsessing over a picture of an x-rated optical illusion. A woman seeking reassurance that she isn't the only one with a dirty mind took to Twitter to share a real-life optical illusion.
The image shows a shaft of sunlight beaming through a naturally-made stone tunnel onto a stream and some surrounding undergrowth.
Tell me it's not just me who sees it. Please, I worry about me 😬🤣 pic.twitter.com/M764PSxxx9— Mairead (@Midge1415) November 28, 2021
However, that is not all. If you look at the picture, upon first glance for some at least, appears to be depicting a shaft of an altogether different kind.
The X-rated illusion was shared to Twitter by a user who calls herself Mairhead.
"Tell me it's not just me who sees it. Please, I worry about me," she wrote alongside the tweet.
At the time of writing, the post has earned over 18,000 likes and more than 1,000 retweets. Many users took to comments to reassure the original poster that she is not alone in seeing what she saw.
No, I can't see that giant willy, it's just you 🤣— Martin G 🇪🇺💙 (@MGouldthorpe1) November 28, 2021
😂 I think you’re in safe company with us lovely x— Lisa (@Lisa_xx_James) November 28, 2021
It’s not just you Mairead 😂😆🤣 I worry about me too 🤣— LisaMWatki #FBPE #FBPEGlobal #FBPPR (@LisaMWatki) November 28, 2021
Filth! And on a Sunday morning too 😳— Jamie (@gtohobbes) November 28, 2021
Is that the original Tunnel of Love?— Peter Taberner 🇬🇧🇪🇺 #FBPE #FBPA #FBPR (@rfctabs) November 28, 2021
Yes I see it, it's called a shaft of light 😄😄— Pete Miller💙 #FBPE🇪🇺 #GTTO (@PeteLondonerUK) November 28, 2021
Sorry, what is it that you can see?
Just kidding! Of course I see it 🤣— Tania Doney (@TaniaDoney) November 28, 2021
😟can’t unsee it now— Gary Hill (@HillGaryhill) November 28, 2021
Took me a while to see the sunshine— Hunny Bugger (@nickbeddows) November 28, 2021
That sure is a breathtaking shaft!— Dan Beckett 💚 🌍 🇪🇺 🧟♂️ 💛 💙 #FBPA #Rejoin (@the_dantona) November 28, 2021
Phallic— Philip Gahan 🏳️🌈gay man / trans 🏳️⚧️ ally (@Phil_Gahan) November 28, 2021
It's quite a vision— vincenzo ⚫ (@vinxi67) November 28, 2021
Speaking to i">>Newsweek, Mairhead said she was surprised and amused by how much attention her post had received. "It was sent to me via WhatsApp and I found it funny…[it’s] funny what takes off online."
"Your brain also has to ‘fill in the blanks,’ meaning it has to make some guesses based on the simple clues from the eyes," Professor Cedric van den Berg from the University of Queensland in Australia explained the process behind the X-Rated mix-up.
"Optical illusions happen when our brain and eyes try to speak to each other in simple language but the interpretation gets a bit mixed-up," he told Newsweek.
In June, an old clip of a man explaining a phenomenon named 'The Ames Window' left people perplexed.
In a video, a man named Deane Hutton, who hosted an Australian programme called 'The Curiosity Show', demonstrates how the illusion works by hanging the trapezoid vertically from a wire so it rotates in 360 degrees freely.
this illusion broke my brain 🤯 pic.twitter.com/BvgO2TcwFE— drewcoffman.eth 𝕚𝕤 𝕠𝕟𝕝𝕚𝕟𝕖 🟢 (@drewcoffman) June 14, 2021
As it does so, it appears the longer side is showcased more prominently as it is the closest. However, when that happens, the shape shockingly turns into a rectangle. Oh, my eyes.
As it keeps turning, the shape keeps shifting from a rectangle to a trapezoid. It will surely leave your brain in a deep freeze.
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Source : https://www.msn.com/en-in/news/trendingtopics/tell-me-its-not-just-me-who-sees-it-womans-x-rated-optical-illusion-is-going-viral-and-people-have-thoughts/ar-AARi44Y845