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Check Out This Fascinating Visual Illusion!

You know how the intertubes are full with visual illusion experiments of various kinds, the type people put on Facebook all the time?

Here, if you stare directly and without blinking at the contrasting polka dots appearing on Spencer's shirt and tie, you will discover an important and timely message about preventing children's injuries (or possibly a penguin on a grilled cheese sandwich?).

Gotta love timewasters like these.....


  1. SFL the video made me vomit!!

  2. Whenever you have a patterned shirt, it's usually best to stick with a solid tie.

  3. 4:47 - not true. you can have a patterned tie but it cannot be the same color as the shirt. A rep tie works on a patterned shirt.

    A red flower matches NOTHING.

  4. What if the person wearing the tie makes you vomit?

  5. 5:33, I'm only going what trends are in for 2013 but you make a good fashion point.

  6. It really hurts my eyes but i saw a shark.

  7. I see a big shumie cigar. As Freud said, sometimes a cigar is just a cigar.

  8. Go to Spencer's Starbucks- Miracle Mile next to Einstein's- and order a shumie- you'll get a skinny cafe mocha with two extra shots of espresso and three spelndas. An inside secret.

  9. I was looking for a blockbuster video in coral gables to return my stephen segal movies but found it was now a law office with 5 parking spaces. Where did aronfield put the drop box?

  10. That's what I come to this blog for; lawyers giving fashion advice. "Is it a bathrobe or a Kimono," she asked as I nervously poured the whiskey in the glass.

  11. Spencer has 1000 copies of the Verdict, free for a two day "rental".

    "We find for the plaintiff, but we just have one question...are we limited to the amount requested, or can we award more?"

  12. wow what a magical image. Aronfeld is a pretty styling dude. Have you seen his instagram? Fashion pics galore.

  13. The outfit actually looks very sharp.

    "There is only one thing in life worse than being talked about, and that is not being talked about." ~~Oscar Wilde


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