An optical illusion can provide information the kind of friend you are based on what you see first.
The picture should give an indication of whether you are a prankster or a loyal friend.
In the video, TikTok user Evian Lee (@evianlee) showed her audience a painting.
Evian, who shares multiple optical illusions on her page, asked her nearly 50,000 followers, “Do you know what kind of friend you are?”
If you look closely at the picture, you can spot a dragon, a soldier, or a man in a hat.
Dive deeper into the meaning Evian said, “If you see the dragon first, you are a true friend.”
“When it comes to protecting your friends from being abused by others, you’re always the first to take a stand.
“However, her temperament can sometimes make situations difficult for her. Make sure you don’t make it worse or more challenging for them.”
The influencer also explained what it means when you first look at the soldier.
She continued, “If the first thing that catches your attention is the soldier, you’re the kind of friend who will always stand by the people close to you no matter what.”
“You may not always find the best words to comfort them when they are in distress, or you may not be the first to get into an argument on behalf of your best friend, but he can always count on that you stand by his side, no matter what happens.
“Your friends love and appreciate you and are always curious to hear your opinion. Don’t be afraid to speak your heart out.”
Finally, she revealed that those who first noticed the man in the hat had a “sense of humor.”
“If the first thing that catches your eye in the picture is the man in the hat, that means you’re the friend who saves the day with your sense of humor,” explained Evian.
“No matter how tense the situation is, you can always lighten the mood with a quick joke.
“It doesn’t mean you don’t take things seriously. You just have to keep one thing in mind, don’t offend anyone with your joke.”
TikTok users took to the comments section to share their thoughts on it illusionwhich has received more than 50,000 likes.
One said: “I saw the ‘man in a hat’ first and the description hit me so hard.”
Another commented, “I saw it all at once.”
A third joked, “I saw a man with a special talent and a special accent.”