Guy Examining Biracial Woman Like Magic Eye Poster Can “Kind Of Almost See It”

Guy Examining Biracial Woman Like Magic Eye Poster Can “Kind Of Almost See It”

Determined guy and amateur investigator Brian March spent nearly 25 minutes studying a biracial woman’s face like one of those Magic Eye posters from the ‘90s — before revealing that he can “kind of, almost see it, now that you mention it.” 

March was reportedly drawn to the woman whose name he never bothered to ask upon noticing her at a local bookstore, and got right to work attempting to determine her ethnicity. 

“She had the most exotic look that I couldn’t quite place, and I’m usually pretty good at these kinds of things,” March explained. “At first I thought she was just white, but up close she almost looked Asian, and then from another angle she looks sort of Spanish, or Moroccan with a hint of Croatian? You know, she actually looks a lot like some of the Peruvian women I met when I went backpacking through Peru. Yeah, I’ve spent some time there.” 

Upon learning that the enigma in question, 28-year-old Amy Park, is half-Korean/half-white, a still unconvinced March took additional measures to see it for himself. 

“Oh yeah, OK, I can kind of see it,” March stated. “You have to put your nose right on it and then back up with your eyes unfocused; like, relax the eyes and look through her face, rather than at it, if that makes sense. The longer I looked at her the clearer it got. Plus, I think I could sort of start to see the outline of a dolphin at one point. God, these things are so crazy!”

When asked, Park recalled the ordeal fondly. 

“Oh yeah,” she said. “That guy kept staring at my face all weird, asked me ‘what are you?’ and then just wouldn’t shut the fuck up about time he went backpacking through Peru. Nothing new.”

Our Boy Gets It: Slenderman Only Terrorizing White Men

Our Boy Gets It: Slenderman Only Terrorizing White Men

These Are The 8 Hottest Guys On The Rez Who Are Actually All Your Cousins

These Are The 8 Hottest Guys On The Rez Who Are Actually All Your Cousins