Optical illusions can be fun distractions, but some of them can also be quite telling.
The illusion was developed to determine a little known and often ignored aspect of a person’s personality.
What did you see first in this image?
Keep your answer in mind, and scroll down to reveal your most annoying personality trait.
Here it is one more time if you need a closer look.
What you see in this image will probably reveal more about your personality than you expect.
If You Saw The Man’s Face
If this is the first thing you saw, you’re a social person at heart but need to know when to keep it under wraps a little bit more.
You can’t help but say what’s on everyone else’s mind in high pressure situations, but this tendency can get you into trouble and quickly annoy everyone else.
If you saw the face first, you may need to learn when to speak and how to keep your opinions to yourself more often.
You are considered to be a fiery personality but you can often lose yourself in the moment and make others think you’re obnoxious or too loud.
If You Saw the Reading Man
If this is the first image you saw, your most annoying personality feature is your tendency to daydream and drift off during important conversations.
Perhaps you’ve been described as “living in your own world,” or someone may have accused you of having ADHD.
You could come across as rude, or perhaps even a bit dumb because you don’t always pay attention to what’s going on in the real world.
If You Saw the Trees
If you noticed the trees first, you may be something of a joker.
You don’t like to take things seriously and make light of each situation that comes your way.
This can be a useful skill in many situations, but it could stop you from doing what you want to do in your career and love life.
If you let your inner child run the show too much, this tendency could get a little boring or annoying to other people around you.
These people have often been described as masters of self-sabotage.
A little bit of focus and seriousness can help you to stop this tendency and to endear yourself to those around you without always having to play the role of the court jester.