First, there was the blue or white dress; now, there is another illusion causing "controversy."
Instagram user @leonardhoespams shared a now-deleted photo of their legs. A Twitter user posted them, and they quickly went viral:
A debate began over whether there was paint on this person's legs, or if they were shiny and oily.
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Cows with one head
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Shadow of a tennis player hitting a tennis ball
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Children using beach sand to cover themselves to give the illusion of a headless person lying on the beach.
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A woman appearing to push large beach ball
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A cloud being used as topping for an ice cream cone
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An illusion of a crescent moon serving as a boat's sail
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Optical illusion, man being kicked in the air in Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia, South America
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An illusion of a man throwing an airplane
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Some thought it was obvious that the legs weren't "shiny" but painted on:
Others believed to have solved the illusion; when in a thumbnail, the legs look shiny -- but bigger the white is clearly paint:
While the illusion pretty much goes away when looking at the full-size photo, it did not stop social media from wracking their brains over it.