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By on March 18, 2014, with 19 Comments

How are you all doing on this early Tuesday morning? Are you ready for yet another new optical illusion? Well, if so, don’t worry, because I’m about to hook you up in a big way. You see, I’ve learned some things from all of you. I know that most of you absolutely love it when I post up Brain Teaser Optical Illusions. The only problem is that you folks are way too smart, so I have to be careful with what I post up.

Today, I’ve found the perfect optical illusion that should definitely give some of you at least a small challenge. This is known as the bent legs optical illusion. This one is a little bit silly and cartoonish, but I think you will all certainly enjoy it. Are you ready to test your brain power? If so, you can scroll down right now and tell me if you think this man’s legs are bent in the comments section.

Bent Legs Optical Illusion

So, what do you think; are his legs bent? Whatever you think, you should leave your answer in the comment section below. I’d love to see what all of you think.

Are you aching for more optical illusions you can sink your teeth into? If so, have a look at this trippy beans illusion.


19 Responses
  1. xoxo says:

    No they are not. If you go further back and close one eye you can crack it. :)

    Thanks so much, had lots of fun with this one
    Keep up the great work :D

  2. Nick says:

    Yeah, for once they are indeed bent. No matter what reference I use, both legs bow slightly in. And the left more than the right….but not as much as they look.

  3. GARY says:


  4. Mike Affronte says:

    Nice job, but the legs are perfectly straight, your eyes do deceive you.

  5. dabandit says:

    they are straight
    i had to put a straight edge on the screen to make sure, even then at first the inseam appeared bent…

  6. Rojas says:

    using a ruler, they are not straight

  7. Mark B says:

    Left is bent. Right is straight?

  8. RickyM says:

    That’s the last time I wear those plaid golfing pants!

  9. Arabella says:

    If you are lining up the white lines, they are bent, but if you line up the triangles on the outside, they are straight.

  10. John says:

    It depends which lines you follow. If you follow the black squares, they are straight. If you follow the fine white lines, they are bent. That is what confuses the eye/brain.

  11. Prince says:

    This is all about perception. the shortest distance between two points is a straight line (top to bottom end point). pout a ruler and you will see that top to bottom point its straight but over all the legs are indeed ‘slightly” bent

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