Friday, September 28, 2012

I see it, do you?

They say the mind always searches for patterns. This looks just like a half-awake mastiff or sighing boxer to me.


Or maybe an angry old woman.


In actuality, it's a ... it's a ... (tell you later, gator.)

24 comments:

  1. Definitely looks like my neighbor's Mastiff, named Angus! and he's a cutey... Tho, it could look like a 2 yr. old having a heck of a crying jag..

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  2. Definitely doggish, whatever the breed!

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  3. A dehydrated dog, all skin and no bones. Can't wait for the big reveal.

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  4. I see Captain Crunch with a one eyed spectacle

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  5. Reminiscent of The Little Prince, elephant swallowed by snake.

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  6. Snout and two eyes, plain as day.

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  7. Could be the face of a creature out of one of the Star Wars movies.

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  8. I wonder how many of you see it like Banjo, with the two eyes in the front. Because now I see what Banjo saw, but my original impression was the profile of a dog, facing left.

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  9. I thought of Star Wars as Ms M did! But I can see the dawg and cranky lady, too {more easily in the black and white}. {And I love Le Petit Prince.}

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  10. I'll go with an old leather jacket stuffed on a windowsill behind frames. There! Detailed enough? hahahaha

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  11. monocles is the word I was looking for

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  12. I was flipping through Le Petit Prince and realized Jean meant something else entirely. More in the Birdman vein. And he's close -- it's a slip.

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  13. I guess it is a leather's tapestry rolled...

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  14. I see the grumpy old woman - or man?

    Ah, a slip! I wouldn't have guessed that. Looks more along the leather vein, as Sonia mentioned.

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  15. I saw both right away!!! Took me awhile to see Banjo's version though...

    A slip??? You still have a slip??? I thought they were extinct...

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  16. brilliant.....once on a train in Egypt my friend and I stood waiting for a man kneeling in the corridor to finish his prayers only to realise after about 10 minutes it was a stripped mattress and a white sheet that had fallen from it's storage place!!

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  17. So that's where I left my magic cape.

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  18. Oh YAH, I've run down the street to rescue many people who turned out to be tree trunks and bushes. Or magic capes.

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  20. I definitely see the old woman. Spooky!

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  21. AH, facing left . . . you're right! Wow. But to me it's more of an old man than a mastiff profile.

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