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This Man Can’t Stop Laughing As He Realized That The Woman’s Eye Is Actually Her Mouth! She’s Not Staring At Him!

Let’s face it, life somehow plays a trick on us to see how strong we stand against obstacles. But then, there are times when life is just playing with us or worse, making a fool out of us. Just like what had happened to this man on the subway who thought that a woman was staring at her, only to find out that her eye was actually her mouth!

A Facebook user named Kendrick Kang who happens to be a Malaysian insurance agent shared his experience on a Facebook post, leaving everyone laughing because of his hilarious experience.

On his post he attached the photo of a woman taken inside a train, showing a sleeping lady. At first look, you might think that the lady was staring at her with her smiling eye, because of her position. However, it turns out to be something even more surprising.

Kang told the story behind the photo in his Facebook post:

“Today take MRT go appointment. Then I felt someone keep looking at me inside the train. The eyes are like smiling. This kept for quite some time. So at the end, I decided go and approach her to sell insurance. Then I realise… Kanasai, that’s her mouth la! #CopyPaste #Hahahahaha”

The photo looked creepy at first. A lot of Facebook users reacted to the photo, claiming that just like the man who experienced it, they were fooled by the woman’s ‘eye’, as well.

Somehow the photo showed the woman’s strange-looking eye. And if you’re thinking that it’s really her eye, then you might end up freaking out!

However, it turns out to be something even more interesting. It turns out that the lady was sleeping on a train with her mouth left opened. As it turns out, it wasn’t a smiling eye, but rather an opened mouth!

Reports suggested that the photo had been posted elsewhere before it went viral, making some people doubt Kang’s story. True or not, admit it, you were also fooled by this woman’s mouth!

Source: Ellitereaders

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