True or False Optical Illusion

The weekend is coming to an end and I hope all of you have had an excellent weekend. I’ve certainly enjoyed mine to the fullest extent and I hope that you have, as well. What did you end up doing all weekend? Let me know by leaving a comment below.

Now, I know you’re ready for today’s new optical illusion. Once again, this was an illusion that was submitted to me through the MoIllusions Facebook page, so major thanks go out to the person that submitted this one. I have to admit, it’s a pretty cool illusion. The object of this illusion is to figure out whether or not the written answers spell out “true” or “false.”

True or False Optical Illusion


So, what’s your answer? Let me know by leaving a comment below.

I know a lot of you out there thoroughly enjoy the spot the object optical illusions that I put up on the site. I guess you all really like them, because they present a challenge for you. Well, the one I’m going to link you to right now is definitely going to be difficult, but once you spot the hidden object, you will never be able to see this illusion in any other way. Check out the “Find the Face Threequel” optical illusion by clicking here.

8 Replies to “True or False Optical Illusion”

  1. As a teacher, what I see is a student trying to hedge his or her bets and get all correct. I wonder why students think teachers are naive or stupid. I’d give the student zero, but if it was a first “offense” I might allow the student to retake the test.

  2. False, clearly. Or not so clearly? The little line crossing the vertical line of the first letter simply does not fit to a “T”.

    1. I agree, it would be better to use lowercase f or t as they look more similar. Just do a t with a slight curve at the top.

  3. For me, I would do just want the grader did and decide the student was trying to be sly and simply mark them all wrong for ambiguity.

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