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Do you see Shirley MacLaine or someone who doesn’t look like her?
March 2nd, 2015 under The Dress, TV News. [ Comments: none ]

via The Soup
On Thursday, everyone became obsessed with what color is #TheDress. KTLA decided to do some heavy hitting reporting on it by going to LAX and asking people there about it. Eric Spillman thought he got a great exclusive, when he saw that Shirley MacLaine was entering the airport. Only problem is, that isn’t Warren Beatty’s sister. The woman he was talking to doesn’t even look like her. In fact, that woman looks about half the age of the Terms of Endearment star.
Now before you are like, how does a station based in Hollywood not know what a Hollywood star looks like, KTLA is the same station that employs Entertainment Reporter Sam Rubin, who can’t tell the difference between Samuel L Jackson and Laurence Fishburne. Maybe they need a crash course in Entertainment? It’s like working in DC and not knowing who the politicians are.


#TheDress that divided the internet
February 27th, 2015 under Odd, The Dress. [ Comments: none ]

So a woman, who runs the Tumblr site Swiked, innocently asked, “guys 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*ck out.” Well the world wide web obliged and she did what a naked Kim Kardashian couldn’t do, she broke the internet.
People got in fights because some saw the dress as black and blue while others saw it as white and gold. Why are we seeing some people see it one way and others another way? According to The Health Site, you white and gold people are seeing it because, “When our eyes see something, the first burst of light, and its colour (made of whatever wavelength that corresponds with a particular colour) reflect off what you are seeing. This colour is supposed to be ignored by your brain. But what is happening in this case has a lot to do with evolution. When the human eyes evolved they did so, so that they could see in daylight, but daylight changes in colour and hues.” Us black and blue people are seeing it that way because, “For all those people who see blue and black, let me just say one thing — your vision is absolutely fine.”
So what does #TheDress really look like? You can check out the Roman Original dress here to see what colors it is comes in.
So are you bruised or do you have the Midas touch?


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