Photo: fizkes (Getty)
While this hasn’t blown up like the now iconic blue and black dress, it still has the internet buzzing, and that’s because it features a model who confused everyone by recently sharing a photo that either shows one of her legs or she’s just extremely skinny. And let’s just say that most folks thought the latter.
Marisol Villanueva, an 18-year-old model from Granada, Spain, who goes by ‘Rose,’ on Twitter, shared the photo which simply shows her wearing a horizontal stripe jumper and joggers with a line down the side of them.
Have a look:
yea i just combined vertical and horizontal stripes pic.twitter.com/YxizoRBERl
— marisol (@milanoysl) February 24, 2018
But instead of a line, people thought they were looking at a huge gap between her legs.
Here’s a closer look:
Check out the best reactions to these photos below:
for a second i thought the tan stripe on your joggers was the gap between your thighs and i ALMOST LOST IT
— aria (@IaviedeIuxe) February 24, 2018
Is it just me or did anyone else think that was both of her legs at first https://t.co/7L2807VHqU
— Erik Pryal (@ErikPryal) February 24, 2018
I thought this was Elastigirl from the Incredibles before I opened it https://t.co/Og3aqrdEDm
— Fine Chynna ✞ (@chynnahayes3) February 25, 2018
i thought you were just built like plankton https://t.co/vBMzH6ZrmE
— (@victoriaylito) February 25, 2018
This is more confusing than the white and gold/ black and blue dress that went viral in 2015 https://t.co/RMEYFsdhL0
— nadya (@thiccafdolan) February 25, 2018
SQKSWIODKWJD I THOUGHT SHE HAD REALLY SKINNY LEGS https://t.co/XBaSFW6T4f
— max (@maaxiavs) February 25, 2018
stop i thought you were that fucking skinny, i thought the white stripe was the gap between ur legs i got so scared pic.twitter.com/YKAgOzXYmX
— (@nialloutsold) February 24, 2018
Here’s what Villanueva had to say to Daily Mail:
“At first I felt a little scared because I didn’t notice the optical illusion so wasn’t expecting it at all, and the idea of such a big amount of people seeing a picture of me was crazy. I also didn’t know how the people who know me in real life would react. But almost everyone’s being nice and I’m glad that I made a lot of people laugh!”
While I’m writing this, Villanueva’s tweet has gotten over 36k likes. I’ve never even gotten 36 likes on one of my tweets, but now I know the key is to freak everyone out with a photo of my body. That or be a model.
And this viral tweet is another reminder that anything can make you go viral in today’s society.