Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Mayo Clinic Test...


Our buddy, Paul The Fireguy sends this along.
See if you can solve this one. Facial expressions are an important part of the respected Mayo Clinic Psychometric Test.

 In the following pictures you see women with a range of facial expressions. Study the expressions, and try to imagine what single act each is experiencing. Then scroll down to see the answer.

They are all about to sneeze!

And by the way......


  1. The photo with the biggest head, top, second from right, kinda made me think sneeze, until I got down to bottom, second from right, and then I said labor pains.

    Bottom, second from right is a stupid looking sneezer.

  2. Excellent observation, TD. BTW, you KNOW that it is 0103 HRS, and I am not up at this hour.

    This was a scheduled post that The Globber was holding for DAYS until now.

    I shoulda' knowed you'd be up. Good work. You get one half credit for thinking "sneeze."

  3. The final thought that I had was they were all thinking about a spineless man with tons of money giving them chocolate and crying all the time.

  4. They aren't my dirty pictures. I don't need to change. There is nothing wrong with me, nothing wrong with me, nothing wrong with me. beam me up HAL.

  5. There's nuthin' wrawng wid me that a fourth concussion wouldn't help level out...

  6. I read somewhere that a sneeze and The Big O are closely related. Srsly. Google it.

    And don't be doin' that Dr. Phil stuff on me. I don't need any reminders, thank ya.

  7. What is it about a Mayo Clinic test that makes a person sneeze in bed?
    It's not like any of them are sneezing while looking at images of ground pepper...
    but I'm not arguing with Dr. Phil here, that's a given.

  8. Yeah, I knew the Big O would've been too simple, it had to be something else.

    And I don't need Dr. Phil telling me I need help, I'm well aware that I'm beyond it.

  9. Dr. Phil saying I need help? I'm not the one that was on Orca's TV show...

  10. I saw something different in each expression. What can I say? I've never had that point of view, so to speak...

  11. Yes, sneeze; that's just what I was going to say (not).


Don't cuss nobody out, okay?