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Actors by their very nature are able to express all number of emotions and sensations. Happiness, melancholy, rage, pleasure or pain. It’s those last two that concern an Instagram account that’s been asking people to decide whether certain celebrities are in the throes of pleasure—or experiencing the discomfort of pain.

Sounds easy enough, right? But you’ll soon see it’s a lot more difficult that you expected it to be.

Titled Pleasure Or Pain Game the page takes a screenshot of people like Matt Damon, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jennifer Lawrence, and many more and asks you to choose A or B. Pleasure or pain.

Some of them are easy, they’re taken from a death scene in a horror movie (there’s a nice Gremlins reference btw) or a sex scene. Others, they’re not so straight forward. And still others are Donald Trump.

So Is It Pleasure Or Pain?

The images were created on the popular Wishbone app, which lets you create a poll of anything you choose. You can upload two different pics and ask people to compare them and state their preference.

For instance you can let them decide, say, which outfit they think looks best on you. Or decide who would win in a fight between Rick Grimes and Jon Snow. Or whether you should eat a burger or a salad. Or whether someone would rather fight a horse-sized duck or a hundred duck-sized horses. You get the idea.

It also lets you create polls on whether a celebrity is pulling an “O” face or a death cry. So which do you think it is? Take a look at some of the pics below and see if you can guess.

You can download the Wishbone app here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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