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  • n. Anything confusing, that interferes with the usual functioning of the brain.

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Examples

  • It's more of a rigorous science-fictional approach to time travel than TBoAH, I'd say (more of a rigorous approach than * many* time travel stories) -- kind of beautifully thought-through, in fact -- but I can see what you mean in terms of headfuck effect.

    What is Literary Fiction?

  • It's not really a film, as such, maybe more of a Paul McCarthy-type art piece headfuck.

    Trash Humpers

  • It is bleak and grey in that unforgiving metal mass, that immovable obstacle, that hideous lump of common sense; the cursed headfuck that is the way things really are.

    Imaginary People

  • This is, I freely admit, a pataphysical headfuck dependant on one's ability to percieve Summer, like Thomas, as a state of being.

    Archive 2006-07-01

  • I must admit it's not quite the full-on headfuck I'd hoped for, but it does make very splendid listening, especially as I now live on the seafront not too far from DMT and regularly have gigantic waves crashing outside my window.

    Don Bradshaw-Leather

  • Thompson's 'fear and loathing on the campain trail'. it's a real headfuck of a book.

    The big fish eat the little ones...the big fish eat the little ones

  • "The Classical" and ended with the cacophonous valedictory bombardment of "And This Day", a two-drumkit headfuck not unlike The Velvet Underground's "Sister Ray" played by The Glitter Band, which Smith edited randonly down to 10 minutes from around 25.

    FallNews - Hey Peasants!

  • His mix of zippy drill and hard-edged lasers is as crazed as you'd expect from a Dutchman, and despite the occasional headfuck of Formula 1 noise mixed with global warming it never becomes unlistenable.

    Cokemachineglow.com

  • One of three new songs the Gaggle girls have been playing out live recently, this six-minute headfuck is pitched somewhere between 'Do They Know It's Christmas?' and 'Total Eclipse Of The

    NME Features

  • It makes perfect sense, but it is kind of a headfuck.

    The Comics Journal

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