June 06, 2006
Don't. Move. Your. Eyes.
Original Optical Oddlusion Offers Ocular Orgasms. Ok, so 'oddlusion' isn't a real word, sue me.
10 years ago
Don't. Move. Your. Eyes
Why didn't you tell me
I drank that pot of coffee?
craaaazy. Would one get the same effect running through the same exercise with photos from back in the day? So taking a photo from 1912, coloring it like that, staring at the dot, and then moving the mouse over it to turn it black and white, would it appear in color?
Interesting; you can get a similar effect if you look away at a blank wall. Of course, I had no orgasm, ocular or otherwise. I demand my money back, humper.
You just blew my mind.
to fool yer GramMa!
Huh. It didn't work for me. Must be my synaesthesia. I can't get over the screaming expletives.
Interesting, but I didn't have an eyegasm.
Ok, so 'oddlusion' isn't a real word, sue me.
I shall be retaining the services of Capt. Renault, Monkey-at-Law.
Rumor has it he'll work for sexual innuendo.
Is that the same as pro-boner?
I saw Sinatra and the Boys!
Tried it, but it didn't work for me. Possible my colour settings aren't what's needed for optimal effect here.
Funny, I saw Jimmy Hoffa.
"Rumor has it he'll work for sexual innuendo."
Me sticking it innuendo is certainly an acceptable form of payment. Especially if you put me on retainer, first. *remembers he needs to reinforce beams in attic*
Wow. That worked so well for me that I thought it was a hoax--I was convinced the picture actually
in color, until I moved my eyes and it turned black-and-white.
Me sticking it innuendo...
Someone looking for defenestration? Forced-fenestration? Castra-fenestration?
I see images of ASCII pr0n before a blue castle. Is this a Bad Thing?
Despite the lawsuit,
O Humper of Monkeys
, I think "Oddlusion" is a simply magnificent word.
Did it work for you too, baby?
"Ok, so 'oddlusion' isn't a real word, sue me." No, no. You wait until someone else uses it, then sue them. That was weird. I'm going to sue Hannibal Chew.
at the same thing. I think I'm missing some refinements, because it's a bit washed-out: but the basic effect is there.