When I first looked at it, the figure was turning counter-clockwise. Then I looked at it some more and it suddenly was turning clockwise. No matter how much I looked at it afterwards, it stayed turning clockwise.Clearly my brain has been turned inside out. I can only imagine the consequences.
Should be interesting.
It's mostly clockwise for me. But, concentrating, I can get it to reverse. But it switches back at the slightest lapse.
I totally see her turning clockwise, which would be rain-brained. But the list shows I should be left-brained.What to think?
Whoa! Screw the direction! Check out the attention to detail!!
It just makes me horny.
I'm not going to make any comment on the location of your brain.
I was going to comment on the complete inability to turn it counter-clockwise, but I see we've already degenerated to the level of looney-tune wolves (tongues hanging out, eyes distended with a loud "ka-hoooooogah" sounding over and over again).
Here's something weird. I put my left hand over my right eye and it turned counter clocwise for a brief instant, but went back to clockwise and even with my hand over my eye, it wouldn't turn any other way but clockwise. Maybe if I put my hand over both eyes...nah. Joe
The man with two brains. Wasn't that a Steve Martin movie?
When I made her turn to the right she was in a nurses uniform and when i made her turn to the left she was in a cheerleader's outfit. How does that get interpreted.
I too noticed the pointy bits right off.
My right side of the brain hurts...
I'm like Jeff, not rain-brained, but confused. The rest of you guys are just so juvenile. And so are the artist and the guy who commissioned the animation.
i love these broads who complain about male juvenile behavior for noticiing female body parts and then hire rodin for 3,000 dollars an hour to make them more superficially alluring to rutting men.
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