Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Stinkfist, Oct 6, 2015.
And it's blue and black.
Go fuck yourself with the white and gold.
White and gold people are fucking retards
Yeah I didn't even notice the dress in the original post.
I'd prefer the trick please.
There's no way it's blue and black.
I think this is a right brain, left brain thing because I always default see it as white and gold but if I concentrate I can change it to blue and black but once I break my line of sight with it it goes back to white and gold.
All I see is blue and black.
The blue and black effect is caused by too much sperm being shot into an ocular cavity.
I don't fucking get this
I only ever see blue and black. I hope this makes me a genius and not retarded!
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can someone explain this for retards like me, wtf am i looking at ?
So I see always see gold/white. On the costume I see Gold/white on the right and blue/black on the left. Do the retards that see the opposite therefore see the reverse on the dress as well?
It's a popular visual test. Some people see this gold/white dress as blue/black. Research suggests that those people are likely pedophiles or some other kind of deviant.
The dress (viral phenomenon)
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Designer Roman Originals
The dress, also known as Dressgate and associated with the hashtags #thedress, #whiteandgold, and #blackandblue, is a viral photo and meme which became popular on 26 February 2015. The meme originated from a washed-out photograph of a dress posted on the social networking service Tumblr, and a dispute over whether the dress pictured was blue and black, or white and gold. In the first week after the surfacing of the image alone, more than 10 million tweets mentioned the dress.
Although the dress colour was confirmed to be blue and black, the image prompted discussions surrounding the matter across various platforms, with users discussing their opinions on the colour and why they perceived the dress as being a certain colour, while others discussed the triviality of the dispute to begin with. Members of the fields of neuroscience and colour vision provided scientific commentary on the optical illusion. The dress itself, which was identified as a product of the retailer Roman Originals, experienced a major surge in sales as a result of the meme. A 2015 study with 1,400 respondents found that 57% saw the dress as blue and black, 30% as white and gold and about 10% as blue and brown, while approximately 10% could switch between any of the colour combinations. A small number saw it as blue and gold. Women and older people disproportionately saw the dress as white and gold. The scientists further found that if the dress was shown in artificial yellow-coloured lighting almost all respondents saw the dress as blue and black, while they saw it as white and gold if the simulated lighting had a blue bias.[
The dress color was argued...some say white and gold...others say blue and black.
The liberal media says it is blue and black.
light blue and dirty gold on my screen...