What you see first in optical illusion says loads about your personality – so are you friendly or emotionally volatile? | The Sun

WHAT you see first in a wintery optical illusion can apparently tell if you're a kind-hearted and friendly person, or an emotionally volatile one.

The image was shared in a TikTok video by Mia Yilin, who said: "What's the first thing you see in this picture?"

If you saw the mountains first, she said: "You are a very friendly and kind-hearted person.

"You don't like argue over small things so you often let others have their way.

"Although you sometimes lack initiative in your life, you are super hardworking and always give everything 100% even if you don't get much in return."

However, if you saw the dog first, you "like to pretend that you're indifferent to major life events happening around you", Mia said.

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"But in reality, you feel anxious and insecure. You're quite emotionally volatile.

"When things go your way, you are over the moon. But when they don't, you feel very frustrated.

"You also take promises super seriously and what annoys you the most is are people who go back on their word."

People took to the comments section to weigh in on the illusion, with one writing: "All of the dog comments are true about me".

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"OMG, I saw a dog and EVERY WORD was so true of who I am!" another added.

"Especially the promises and going back on your word."

"You're absolutely right on the money with both of your thoughts," a third commented.

"The most literally me post I've seen in a while," someone else wrote.

"Yup, that dog is spot on for me," another added.

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