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Florida State fan apparently put on face paint in the mirror, because her “FSU” was backwards

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At some point, at a very young age, we realize that when we look at something in a mirror, it's reversed. That's a pretty neat day for most toddlers, but we're usually not surprised by it the rest of our lives.

Apparently, however, one Florida State fan forgot this lesson. Her face paint, which was caught on camera by ESPN and posted as a freeze frame by Deadspin, was backwards. Instead of FSU, it's "USF," all reversed.

Insert facepalm here.

The only reasonable explanation is that she put on the face paint looking in the mirror, and it looked just fine to her. She seems pretty oblivious as she happily cheers on the Seminoles in the third quarter.

We wonder if anyone at the game told her about the faux pas. How else would she know she screwed it up? She's obviously not going to notice when she gets home and looks in the mirror at it.

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H/T to Deadspin

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