Your perception of this optical illusion can reveal a lot about your personality. TikTok star Charles Meriot claims that he can tell if someone is shy or confident by using some psychological tactics. He posts optical illusions and personality tests, with others debating the clips’ legitimacy in the comments section. He just shared a video of a work of art featuring the colors blue, black, red, and yellow. “What did you see first?“ he asked in the description, and TikTok users began discussing their points of view.
As reported by The New York Post, Meriot then revealed which of the two photographs viewers were supposed to see. You would either see a spunky chicken or a pair of lips, and which image you see reveals a lot about your personality. Meriot said that if you noticed the rooster first, it suggests you’re rather shy. “You only like attention when you’re in the right mood,” he said. “If you notice the mouth first, it suggests you are confident, strong, and independent,” Meriot says. “When things don’t go the way you want them to, you might feel angry and stubborn,” he added.
Viewers have differing perspectives on Meriot’s optical illusion and descriptions. According to some people, they met the standards set forth by the TikTok star. “I saw the rooster,” said another, “and now I know what I’m not supposed to be doing (confident).” I could be, but I’m not one of them.” Some people were baffled by the image and discussed it. One individual stated, “I’m still looking for the rooster.” Another said, “I saw a mouth eating the rooster.
Somebody else had a different perspective: “I’m not sure why I thought the dot was a tongue piercing.” Some even went so far as to accuse Meriot of deception. “I think you’re bamboozling folks,” they said in the comments.
Meriot’s other optical illusion came to light when he asked respondents whether they saw a flower or a woman’s profile in the picture. “If you saw the flower first, you are sensitive, emotional, and intuitive,” he explained in the video’s caption. “You’ll go to any length to support the people you love,” he continued. Seeing a woman’s profile, he says, “indicates that she is a profound thinker, excellent at communicating, and good at giving advice.” Viewers questioned the validity and accuracy of his optical illusions.