There are a lot of things that create debates, arguments, and skepticism around the world.
Most times it’s only a heated discussion, other times people lose their grip on reality and take things way too far. Usually, it’s clear that two people have different opinions – and the farther away in thought they are, the hotter the conversation gets.
Occasionally, these things feel unnecessary, even if we feel we have to stand up for our opinions and beliefs – but from time to time we are too quick to belittle other’s arguments and end up using petty resources such as profanity and violence.
It’s sad – especially when there is no need to go that far.
The reason we write this is that things like online puzzles can get in people’s nerves. Especially when they are arguing about the right answer with others. A puzzle or quiz can be a tricky thing for our brain – and this can push people over the edge.
Share your answer in the comments
This picture puzzle (below) has created heated discussions and frustration in several forums and Facebook groups. All over the world.
We ask you to keep it at a reasonable level, but of course, you have all the right to defend your argument. Or in this case – your answer.
The optical illusion is quite simple, but the difficulty lies in the solution. It’s gotten to the point where no one seems to be able to establish, with 100 percent certainty, how many legs there actually are in the image. However, it can be fun to see what you come up with, so don’t be afraid to share your answer in the comments.
The question is: how many legs do you see in this picture?
There are many common answers – 6, 7, 13 and 14 you see a lot, but some claim to count even 15.
It also depends on whether your answer considers only complete legs, or if it is enough to see just a part of it to count it.
There’s no single correct answer, but what do you think? How many legs?
Did you find more than 6 legs in the picture? Then click that SHARE button, and pass a fun challenge on to your friends!
Content Credit: The Laugh Bible