This Simple Test Will Blow 98% Of People's Minds. You Other 2%… Well, You're Weird

This Simple Test Will Blow 98% Of People's Minds. You Other 2%… Well, You're Weird

This is a simple test but what happens at the end will probably blow your mind. It happens to be one of those cool things that no one can really explain, but is totally fascinating. It isn't hard science, but you need to try it and see for yourself.

Don't write anything down or use a calculator. This is just simple arithmetic...

This Simple Test Will Blow 98% Of People's Minds. You Other 2%… Well, You're Weird

Are you in the overwhelming percentage that thought “red hammer”? What about “red” or “hammer?” If you're in that 2% that thought of something else, you have to show others this.

Share your result and test with others and see what your family and friends say!

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29 comments

  1. I had done this before, but the answer is same. Incredible

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  2. close enough, but i found myself answering red scissor

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    1. Green hammer. If you say think of a tool most people are going to think of a hammer. So put the math questions aside and get to the real questions lol.

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  3. I MUST BE HONEST FOR TO THYSELF BE TRUE!
    I THOUGHT OF THE HAMMER BUT IT WAS BLUE!
    BUT MY MIND COULD NEVER BE BLOWN BECAUSE I HAVE THE MIND OF MY CREATOR SO ALL OF THIS WORLDWIDE WONDER IS LIKE CHILD'S PLAY TO ME!
    FOR I AM ONE WITH MY CREATOR!

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    1. The worldwide wonder is also a product of your creator, thus you are not above anything and it can blow your mind, since you are of the same caliber.

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  4. I was green hammer so I am good to go

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  5. hahaha i thought of black scissors

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  6. You do not need to do the calculations, just ask the same questions and you will get the same answers. Psychology professor from Arizona State U asked the class these exact 2 questions back in 1987. Jay Brown, anyone remember him?

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  7. I thought of the color blue but it was a hammer

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  8. I thought of the color blue but it was a hammer

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