Friday, February 1, 2008

"Dead Men Don't Get the Munchies" or apparently walk properly either.

I was checking in this book today and I noticed somthing odd. If you look at the woman with the black leggings, you'll notice that she is standing without her legs crossed. But if you look at her feet, you'll notice that they're attached to the wrong legs.If you look at the close up pic of the woman's feet, you'll notice that the big toe on each foot is actually on the outside of each of her feet. Now you might want to take a moment to think about which side of your foot your big toe is on when you're standing with your legs straight.... Yeah, that's right, when standing normally your big toe is located on the inside edge of your foot, not the outside as in this picture, therefore I can only go with my previous assumption. The cover artist attached the womans feet backwards.

Now here's the Kicker (pun intended) in the other book in this series, titled "Cooking up Murder" The cover has the same problem...Misattached feet. So I have to think, this was done on purpose. How could a person not notice wrongly attached feet? Wouldn't you notice something was strange? Even if you couldn't put your finger on what it was right away?


Mocha said...

I've just finished reading Malcolm Gladwell's book Blink and he talks a lot about how our minds can pick up on things we wouldn't normally notice like that. Good eye.

Monique said...
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Monique said...

Yeah there has to be some hidden meaning there. This mistake couldn't possibly escape everyone's eyes but yours. Let's hope. LOL!