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mind-bending

adj.
Intensely affecting the mind, especially to the extent of producing hallucinations.
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I have yet to read a satisfactory explanation of why Marie Antoinette was booed at Cannes, but here's one possible explanation of why they found it mind-bendingly wrong: say what you will about the French, they do know the difference between celebrity and royalty.
Your friendship could become mind-bendingly boring if you two hang only with each other.
And despite his penchant for the mind-bendingly outre, Cronenberg insists that he's tried to make a commercial movie for one of the few times in his life.
THIS mind-bendingly original adventure will have you hooked.
Cokins writes cleanly and authoritatively, but the book does have a textbook feel, and some of the diagrams are mind-bendingly complex.
Naturally, the list of Italian wines is mind-bendingly big, reds ranging from pounds 10.
Now, however, in a mind-bendingly short period of time, worries about a debt crisis have been supplanted by concerns over large accumulating surpluses.
He adds that gamers should see PS2 games that will start to push the limits of smoother, more sophisticated graphics--games that will feature characters and environments not only more realistic, but even mind-bendingly surrealistic.
In part, the reason lies in the mind-bendingly complex process of fermentation, when all kinds of chemical transformations take place.
Considered to be one of the most mind-bendingly psychedelic live shows ever seen, The Chemical Brothers: Don't Think combines the band's famously ferocious modern electronic sounds and hardcore dance beats with striking, eye-catching visuals and will be followed by an exclusive interview with Adam Smith recorded in London in late 2011.
climbing, people and conflict in the region, as well as awe-inspiring images of knife-blade peaks and mind-bendingly contorted rocks.