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Does it Say 'Come in' or 'Go Away'?

By: Trend Spotter - Published:   Updated: Jul 5 2011 • References: suck.uk
This illusionary reversible doornmat can be read as saying "come in" from one direction or "go away" from another. Suck UK describes, "It's got to be seen to be believed but from one side this really does read "Come In" and from the other "Go Away". And when you have finished marvelling at this remarkable feat of graphic design you can wipe the mud from your boots too!!"

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