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Mind-bending Honda Ads Expose Your Secret Speed Reading Skills

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How's your speed reading? Have you already finished this sentence?

That's not bad going. But did you know that your brain can read even more quickly?

A follow-up to the awesome Other Side Honda Civic Type R ads from last November, these three new Honda videos will make you realise just how fast your brain takes in what it's supposed to be reading.

Can you keep up without going cross-eyed?

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[Via: DesignTAXI]

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