Apparently this is a puzzle blog now.
This morning at 9:30 I picked up my watch and turned it upside down. It appeared to read 4:00. The hour hand was actually in the position it would be at at 3:30, of course. But the minute hand was pointing straight up, so the time must be on the hour. Since I could easily tell that the hour hand wasn't pointing directly to the right, I suppose my brain interpreted it as 4:00 instead of 3:00. Of course I did not think any of this consciously, but only reconstructed it after the fact; my thought process was more like "hey, 9:30 upside down looks like 4:00. that's weird."
Is it ever possible to interpret the hands of a clock, turned upside-down (i. e. rotated by 180 degrees), unambiguously as a time? (Fudging like my brain apparently did this morning does not count.)