The classic debates were suddenly eclipsed Thursday when the Internet exploded with deliberation over the colors of a dress posted to Tumblr. Some saw a black and blue ensemble. Others saw a gold and white frock. Quickly, #Dressgate was born.
`[G]uys please help me - is this dress white and gold, or blue and black? Me and my friends can`t agree and we are freaking the f*** out,` the initial post about the dress read."
Social media has given birth to mindless memes, outbreaks of faux outrage, false reports of the death of celebrities, and not to mention it has entrenched cats as the lords of the universe.
When Kim Kardashian tried to break the Internet by releasing a photo of her naked butt, I was rooting for her to succeed, but alas social media is still wreaking havoc on Western Civilization.
Life came to a standstill yesterday as theologians and philosophers, politicians and professors, artists and writers (Okay it was mainly wankers) debated the colors of a dress posted on Tumblr.
Is the dress white and gold, black and blue, or some other color combination? You`d be safer debating which branch of Islam, Sunni or Shiite is more faithful to the Koran.
Is the dress white and gold, or blue and black? You be the judge, but if you don`t agree with me that it`s white and gold, you are an infidel who deserves to rot in hell!
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