Filed By Bil Browning | July 09, 2011 3:15 PM | comments
Filed in: Entertainment
Tags: optical illusion
Okay - I'm going for a purely juvenile moment here... What is this? Answer is after the break.
It's three pigs. What did you think it was?
(Hat tip to OMG)
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Actually, after taking a good long look, I was able to figure out that it was pigs! LOL No gutter mind here!
HAHAHA! I totally thought it was an incredibly ugly penis.
The only reason I don't have a sick mind her is that I was warned it was a trick...
The little one's saying, "Mom, why does that Bil-man have such a dirty mind? What's wrong with being a pig?"
Since I was raised on a farm, my brain has been conditioned to take in this image quite accurately ... but just for a split-second I entertained the question, "Oh, gross! ... Why does that man's scrotum have a pair of eyes and long ears?"
As astrophysicist Neil de Grasse Tyson likes to point out, optical illusions ought to be called "brain failures."
And don't forget what they say about pork ... it's the other white meat!
ROFL! I'm not a dirty boy, I'm not a dirty boy...oh, yes I am! Thanks for the giggle!
Sausage in the Making ??? lol
P.S., Having that photo come up on the Bilerico Project front page was in really, really poor taste. Really. And I'm not generally a stick in the mud about such things, but it was truly like having surfed into a porn site without realizing WTF was going on. Bad judgement there on your part, guys.
Yeah, I thought about that too after a bit and took it down in favor of another post. Having it at the top of the page was a little much, I think. Pain pills do not make for good decision making, eh? :(
After being processed and packaged at the frankfurter plant, the little porker and his big buddies will be sold under the brand name "Anthony's Weiners."
Honestly, I thought it was one of those weird root-type vegetables that you see in farmers markets or asian markets or produce markets ... y'know?