Depression Awareness Ads are Ambigrams

A series of ads for Samaritans of Singapore illustrate how people who suffer from depression often mask their real state. The graffiti, expressed in ambigrams, says something completely different when turned upside down. See more examples at Laughing Squid. Link

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Don't be too hard on yourself...if you hadn't revealed in your post what it said, I would still be sitting here trying to figure it out. Even after knowing, my brain is still struggling to see the word "great."
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That took me way longer to decipher than it should of. I kept thinking the first one read "areht" (great) and upside down was "syslit" (myself). Guess I need more coffee...
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