When necessary I imagine them as tiny blue balls with a white minus sign on their belly. As soon as spin features are required they lose all this charm and just are faceless bitches. I never could imagine them being hit by an arrow that is stuck and the tip is out and the feather is south. Never.
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There is a weird part of my imagination that clings to classical features. But though spin is something that even in a quantum expression looks and feels like a momentum and like a spinning pinball, but that is incomprehensible when you just work with it like that. You have to throw that imagination over bord and just look at spin as an abstract feature of symmetry. An electron is no tiny ball nor a cloud of electric charge with a tiny mass.