That’s all that’s included in what’s being called “The World’s Hardest Word Search,” where you have to find the word “dog.”
And no, the word “dog” at the top and bottom of the rectangle doesn’t count, you smartass.
But within the first few seconds it’ll cause your eyes to see double and your brain to check out.
So are you ready for the answer?
Only 1% of People Can Find the Animal in the Picture. Can You Find It?
This particular picture is also an illusion that went viral on social media a few months ago. The people who reposted it (again, and again) claimed that only 1% of the population was able to spot the animal in the picture within the first two minutes.
Now ostensibly speaking, it looks like an old man with a Scottish hat on. He has a sad-bordering-on-annoyed facial thing going on.
But is that all?
Take your time.
Here are some things that might just help you.
- Look at the nose. Who on Earth has a nose like that?
- Look at the old man’s left ear. Ears don’t look that way; other organs, not found in humans do look that way though.
- Look at the old man’s eyes, very, very carefully. Can eyes be THAT symmetric?
- Also, try and look at the weird symmetry in his hairline.
If you still don’t see it, there is something absolutely elementary that you have to do to find it.
That is, simply, turn the picture upside-down and ta-da!
The big reveal:
It is a cute little puppy chewing on a bone, sitting on a carpet that’s striped diagonally.
If you saw that right away, it would mean two things:
That you are attentive and discerning and your eyes are in good shape.
You are still in touch with your childish side. After all, this reminded me of all the Where’s Waldo? books I read as a child.
In fact, children, in general, are much more attentive to patterns and fractals and not to mention far sharper at spotting things even a little bit out of the ordinary.
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