A fun house mirror is designed to distort a viewer’s appearance, presenting a humorously skewed reflection that elicits laughter. But do these make us hasten to find a regular mirror to see if our faces, torsos, and appendages actually have become comically stretched or hilariously condensed? Hardly.
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