Optical illusion reveals what you hate about your partner

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What you see in this optical illusion is designed to reveal what you find least attractive about your partner

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what do you see first

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This optical illusion created by Artist Oleg Shupilakis designed to reveal what you find least attractive in a romantic partner, simply based on what you see first, aloud your tango.

what do you see first (Photo: Oleg Shupilak / YourTango)

The man’s face in profile

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If you first saw the man’s face in profile, it supposedly means you don’t like stubbornness in a partner.

You enjoy being with someone who is confident and can be a strong leader, but you find it frustrating when they step in and don’t accept when they’re wrong.

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The Red Curtain

If you noticed the red curtain first, it means you hate it when your partner tends to be dramatic.

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You initially enjoyed how your partner could attract attention and entertain others, but that charm can quickly turn toxic if you get into an argument.

Your tango says, “Do your best to leave if this happens. Don’t play their game, or you might end up saying something you’ll only regret later.”

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The angry man

If you saw the angry man first, it means that you find a short temper to be the most unattractive trait in a partner.

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You like people with passion but you hate it when they have a short fuse.

It’s best not to engage when they lose their temper, and over time your partner will learn to remain calm when discussing important matters with you, says Your Tango.

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The man on his knees

If you saw the man on his knees when you first looked at this illusion, it means that you find neediness the least attractive quality in a partner.

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You enjoy feeling special and wanted, but sometimes the attention can feel draining and suffocating.

Her tango advises, “Ask for what you need and tell your partner when you need some alone time.

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“If they’re worth staying around, they’ll understand and give you the space you need.”

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