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Ever seen an optical illusion on the internet, been totally confused, but also determined to get to the bottom of it?
Well, that's exactly what happened to Twitter user Jaylynn Malone's mum, when she saw one of her daughter's confusing videos.
In a string of Tweets, @ebonypotatohead explained what happened.
Today this is what my sister came into my room to show me https://t.co/3TiubH1VxR — Jaylynn (@Jaylynn)
Update: my mother is amazed and is about to attempt https://t.co/RrVIneFwML — Jaylynn (@Jaylynn)
The process https://t.co/B3r0xU6grS — Jaylynn (@Jaylynn)
The product https://t.co/9XfdMAVD4R — Jaylynn (@Jaylynn)
Let’s give it up for my mama and sister for making this thread possible. Stars, icons, skinny legends. https://t.co/6OdAO1eqa7 — Jaylynn (@Jaylynn)
@ebonypotatohead I can’t rn y’all 🤣 https://t.co/Zp747Ko3XH — Jay 💰💰 (@Jay 💰💰)
@ebonypotatohead I had to try it 😂😂😂😂 https://t.co/zAMFGqg5Z8 — ✨ Nachi✨ (@✨ Nachi✨)
Whereas some people were still confused.
@ebonypotatohead @jobuns_ https://t.co/fS4qziMqf6 — Hood Lite (@Hood Lite)
@ebonypotatohead @Kainan_Seth https://t.co/Ymt7D17LVD — Mumen Writer🚴🏿♂️ (@Mumen Writer🚴🏿♂️)
@IM_A_COKEBOY_ Then play it in reverse! https://t.co/td0wlsNzD4 — Jaylynn (@Jaylynn)
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