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Twitter user Chidera Kemakolam, aka @kay_dera, posted a fun optical illusion on August 21, not thinking it was going to be particularly popular (as evidenced by the floating Shaq head in her upper right corner). Before long, however, the post went viral, with everyone and their grandma trying to recreate the illusion with their own hands!


Some users managed to figure out the trick right away.



Others, however, were fairly perplexed.


Fortunately, several kind Twitter users decided to post some helpful how-tos!


Though the videos didn't help as much as anyone hoped.

The moment when you finally figure out the trick is a truly magical one...


Some gave up before they could make the "magic" happen.


But those who persevered managed to finally create some internet magic!

H/T - Insider, HotNewHipHoop

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Love is crazy. I've finally come to that conclusion. And marriage, you take your life in your hands and just throw caution to the wind in hopes of survival with that step.

When love falls apart, things can get real messy, real fast. And I've always been stunned by people's behavior when love subsides.

More often than not, it's like they become different people. Sometimes people are beset by tragedy and grief and sometimes people smile wide and move on. It's a coin toss.

But my favorite post divorce personality has to be the sudden super villain. Oh honey watch out for them!

Redditor u/hyperyog wanted to hear all the tea from the divorcees out there by asking:

Divorced Redditors, what is the craziest thing you or your former spouse did after divorce?
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Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay is highly regarded for his delicious plates, his ability to run a solid restaurant, and, let's face it, his stage presence.

He's also a foul-mouthed Brit who is all too willing to dismantle people's self-esteems and compare them to livestock animals.

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It's not easy to always do the right thing.

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