Lonely Author Stress Test

Reviewing recent responses and comments from many of his followers, Lonely Author is downright concerned his insanity has become an epidemic. So, it is the perfect time to share this stress test he took several years ago.

Please, look at the photo below. If you see two dolphins in the water, you are perfectly fine. Don’t worry about a thing. Go about your normal routine.

However, if you don’t see two dolphins………………..Houston, we have a problem.

Have a wonderful week.

Keep smiling.

Keep writing.

stress dolphin

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108 thoughts on “Lonely Author Stress Test

  1. I recognized a problem even before arriving at the picture. I noticed the author was writing this post in 3rd person. Is this not the definition of blasphemy? As for the picture, I wasn’t fooled. As a world traveler, I have witnessed both species of dolphin and recognized the trick in your question!
    Have a wonderful week with lots of laughs! πŸ™‚

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  3. We have a problem (and it’s in Houston) – I see a cow and a dolphin. πŸ™‚ Did you know that the bottle-nosed dolphins that live in the Moray Firth, Scotland can be quite brutish? They regularly beat up porpoises but it is probably because we have over-fished and they are competing for food. Now I have spoiled everyone’s happy thoughts about dolphins…:)

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  4. Bhahaha! Love it! Not only the cow, but its shade is NOT of a dolphin either… oh gosh.. am I the only one to notice that? Maybe they have a special ward for my reward! πŸ˜€

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