The Internet is in a tizzy over a picture of a woman’s legs which appear to be covered in white paint to some and oiled up and shiny to others.
On social media, the overwhelming question is: Do you see oily legs or white paint?
The perplexing photo was posted on Instagram by Hunter Culverhouse earlier this week, but taken down on Wednesday. The photo sparked great debate on Twitter, with many noting that the leg photo was similar to the great dress debate of 2015. You know, the dress that looked blue and black to some people and white and gold to others.
Culverhouse told Insider the optical illusion wasn’t planned.
“[I] had some white paint left on my brush and put random lines on my legs, turned out to be a completely confusing picture for everyone on the Internet," Culverhouse told Insider.
Many noted that once you know it's white paint, it's hard to see anything else.
How are these legs so shiny? Or are they shiny at all?
This photo, shared by Instagram user leonardhoespams, launched a debate approaching “The Dress” proportions over the impossible glossiness of the legs.
LOOK AT THESE LEGS:
It turns out, the legs’ polished appearance comes from a few well-placed streaks of white paint. And, as we all know, once you see it, you can’t un-see it.
The photo was originally posted in September, but a Twitter repost caused it to go viral, Mashable notes.
As always, folks on Twitter gave this a lot of thought:
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