What did you see when you looked at the above picture? There’s two potential options and only one of them reflects reality, although both give an insight into how dirty or clean minded you are.
Seeing is believing, right? But when it comes to optical illusions, that doesn’t hold true. With an optical illusion the eye sends information to the brain that is interpreted based on our assumptions of the world, rather than its objective reality. To see through the illusion requires readjusting your outlook from what your brain thinks you see to what you actuallysee.
However, not everyone falls for these illusions – did you?
If the first thing you saw was a pretty girl crouching down amongst some pebbles then congratulations – you have a pure mind. If you’re anything like me, you recoiled and wondered why the heck it wasn’t behind a NSFW cut, while simultaneously feeling eager to read on and see if it was for real…and then you took a closer look and realized what an idiot you were. For those of us in the second camp, we should probably wonder just what assumptions of the world our brains have to make us see this picture of a sweetly smiling lady the way we did. For those in the first camp, I think it’s best if we just leave you to work out the illusion on your own. Remember, once seen it cannot be unseen.
Lithuanian mineral water Vytautas has a long-lasting love story with unorthodox director Tadas Vidmantas, the creator of some of the brand’s most viral and bizarre commercials. So when they decided to make an uncanny Halloween themed ad, they knew Tadas was the right guy for the job.
This groom really wanted to sweep his bride off her feet, but gravity had other plans.
Things went south fast when newlywed Chad Kannard attempted to carry his bride, Julia Magdaleno, to their wedding reception on Oct. 11. Halfway up the sidewalk, the “worst thing possible” happened: he tripped and fell.
Although both bride and groom hit concrete, neither was seriously harmed. They both suffered just minor cuts, and Magdaleno was a only bit sore the next day, according to ABC News.
In fact, Magdaleno told ABC she thought the incident was hilarious.
“I was like ‘Go figure,’” Magdaleno said. “I’m so type A where I need to, like, make sure everything’s planned out and this one moment where I just let it go, what you think would be the worst thing possible happ
On Monday night, in Lumberton, N.C. a homeowner’s worst nightmare came true. According to the Robeson Sheriff’s Office, an innocent knock at the door turned into a gun battle with one dead.
Carolina Live, citing the Roberson Sheriff’s Office, said around 10 p.m. an unknown man knocked on the door of a home along Yedda Road. The man reportedly told the homeowner his car was having mechanical problems, and he needed water.
Just as this was happening, according to Carolina Live, two other men, dressed in black with ski masks and gloves busted through the door and made their way inside. Once the suspects made their way in, it was soon apparent they weren’t just there for money.
According to News 2, after the suspects led the 67-year-old and his wife back to a safe, they also attempted to gang rape the homeowner’s 19-year-old granddaughter.
The grandfather, knowing he was in the fight of his life to save his granddaughter, managed to get one of his own guns and according to News 2 began to fire at the suspects. During an intense gun battle, the grandfather was reportedly hit multiple times – and so were the suspects. The granddaughter managed to escape the clutch of the men.
The gunmen, according to the report, fled in the homeowner’s Cadillac.
Two other suspects showed up later to a local hospital in Dillon after their gunshot wound became too much for them to deal with. The hospital, according to reports, notified the sheriff’s office.
As for the 67-year-old victim, he was airlifted and had to have surgery. News 2 said a relative, Sherri Bridgeman, updated followers on her Facebook page about the victim’s condition saying, “He is out of surgery but is still critical in ICU!! Thanks everyone for all your prayers just keep them coming!!! But the intruders have been caught!!!”
The other two suspects were taken by helicopter to another location where they had to have emergency surgery as well. News 2 said they have been identified as Jamar Hawkins, 17, and Brandon Carver Stephens, 28 (pictured above). According to Major Anthony Thompson, of Robeson County Sheriff’s Office, the two suspects were booked in the Florence County Detention Center as of Thursday night.
Information gathered by investigators led them to the stolen car where they found 20-year-old Jamie Lee Faison. He reportedly died from his injuries.
It’s possible the men have allegedly committed other robberies in the area. If you know anything about these suspects, please contact Robeson Sheriff’s Office.
A woman who has been charged with bestiality after police found footage on her mobile phone of her allegedly having sex with a dog has returned to her Queensland home.
Jenna Louise Driscoll has been charged with three counts of bestiality, along with charges of trafficking and possession of a dangerous drug, the Courier Mail reports.
The dog, believed to be a pitbull terrier, climbed the stairs to Driscoll’s cream coloured residence, where neighbours say she has lived for some time.
Driscoll entered her house and remained for a very short amount of time, before leaving with the man in the sedan.
Police were carrying out checks on Driscoll’s phone for suspected drug trafficking when they discovered the three videos, and appeared at Brisbane Magistrates Court on Wednesday.
‘This isn’t something you’d normally expect, it’s quite unusual. The last case I can recall was a few years ago, it certainly isn’t something we hear reported often,’ said Mark Townend, CEO of RSPCA Queensland.
‘Under the Animal Care Protection Act bestiality isn’t included. To take action and remove the dog we would have to prove actions there were cruel or that it was tormented.’
‘The RSPCA would ideally like to get a dog out of the situation if bestiality was happening, but to operate under the act we would have to prove those two things.’
‘We’d try to do everything we can to help the dog if that is the case.’
Driscoll was also charged with two counts of possession of an item used in the commission of a crime and three counts of supplying.
She was granted bail but will have to report to police once a week and live at an apartment at Enoggera, south-west of Brisbane.
Police prosecutor Sergeant Scott Pearson said Driscoll had allegedly been dealing cannabis to friends.
Text messages showed that Driscoll had arranged for 113 grams of the drug to be sold for $1,150 and on another occasion 85 grams for $900, according to Sgt Pearson.
It was when police were investigating the text messages they located the videos of Driscoll allegedly having sex with the dog.
She will reappear in court in December.
A man was forced to have surgery after a long fish got stuck in his anus.
Graphic footage has emerged of the procedure which shows medical professionals pulling the Lungfish from a Brazilian man’s backside.
The eel-like fish had venture so far up that it had become lodged in the patient’s bowels.
People can be heard laughing and gasping in amazement as the operation nears an end.
A number of people have phone cameras out at the ready to capture the moment the creature is pulled free.