mind-bending


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mind-bending

adj.
Intensely affecting the mind, especially to the extent of producing hallucinations.
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California: As a week of mind-bending TED Conference talks ranging from animal necrophilia to fighting poverty ended Friday, inspiring presentations from the renowned gathering were spreading.
o that the mind-bending bit out of e way, so where's the laughter comg from?
Paul McAuliffe revealed last week he had received phone calls from desperate Head Shop customers in Dublin seeking to buy mind-bending products - even though he has led protests demanding the closure of such shops.
An involving tale with pin-pricks of dark comedy, wonderfully written but mind-bending in places; Philip K Dick, consider me a convert.
In part 2, called "New from the Lab," students are confronted with another 100 more challenging and mind-bending puzzles to solve.
Train your brain with mind-bending activities in five categories: think, memorize, analyze, compute, and identify.
The mind-bending physics of black holes, however, makes the spectrum recorded by Suzaku much broader, more like a mountain range than a sharp peak.
The Louisville native's experiences with National Acrobat, Black Cross, and Breather Resist have helped garner him quite the reputation when it comes to carving mind-bending, chaotic punk.
going backstage with Darlene at a rock concert and finding out her mother is an insider there--a successful writer of rock songs; Ruby and Nana Sue (and her pet iguana Twenty-One) playing blackjack at the casino, and on and on--each scene is mind-bending.
But his love for mind-bending substances doesn't seem to have harmed his chances and he remains 2-7 to be top male.
Flags fluttered from poles outside every pub and houses were festooned with the things while shops normally so twee offered a mind-bending assortment of soccer paraphernalia all featuring the cross of that mythical dragon-killer.