What you see in this illusion reveals a LOT about how you treat your friends
21st May 2022

AN optical illusion can reveal lots about how you treat your friends – depending on what images you see first.

According to one TikTok user, this image will reveal whether you’re loyal towards your nearest and dearest.


TikTok user thesanzworld regular shares optical illusions and personality tests on her page, where the comments sections are full of viewers debating the accuracy of her clips.  

In a recent video, Sanz explained what her latest illusion can reveal about viewer’s attitude towards friendship.

“Take a look at this photo,” she said displaying the image behind her.

She explained: “Those who saw the cats first tend to be more reserved and selective in who they keep close in their lives.

“In the same way that cats occasionally play with people, their interests are limited and they tend to wander off after a few minutes.

But on the flip side she added: “If you saw the dig first are one of the most loyal people you’ll ever meet.

“Their personality makes it very easy for you to be friends with.”

The clip racked up more than 156k likes as users reported back on what they saw in the comments section.

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One wrote: “I saw cats first, where the hell is their dog.”

Contrastingly a second said: “I saw the dog first and the immediately saw the cats after.”

While a third added: “Umm I just saw pink and pink haha.”

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