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Anyone else get an odd melancholic yearning when the thought of those old Magic Eye illusions spring to mind?

Okay so it might just be us, but we're not embarrassed to say that we miss spending hours staring at posters waiting for tigers to emerge. This might be one the key reasons we're so amazed by this new ad.

It's from Oxy (remember when you used to have all those spots?) and is officially our favourite thing of the day.

Just read the brief instructions and wait for the magic to happen. If it doesn't work for you then we're afraid your eyes are broken.

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