17th Jun 2014, 7:49 AM

Holy dang! That's some clever psychological stuff right there! I would have spent at least a half hour trying to figure that out O.O, Nyado is smart!

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Silly Zealot
18th Jun 2014, 11:12 PM

I am yet to find anyone that actually misses obvious things while being perfectecly aware of small details in the real world....

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Arty Stu
19th Jun 2014, 6:39 AM

Meh, you can find it anywhere. As far it concerns me at least, I experienced a lot of situations where to some people the unnoticeable takes down the obvious. It can simply be personal choice, mind inclination, or anti conformism. Got plenty of it

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19th Jun 2014, 2:36 PM

I actually find most people to be behave this way. Often what is "obvious" to me is a "small detail" to someone else.

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18th Jun 2014, 10:28 AM

Eh, it seems that every question was answered correctly anyways. The criminal had no glasses, a wide chin, no tattoos and no long back hair. Even if you don't take 'behaves like a real victim' into account, you still end up with the same person. I think the real psychological success was making the guy choke and ask a question that would give two answers either way, meaning the final one could be eliminated with relative ease.

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