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The Internet Exploded Today

by James Denison / February 27, 2015 6:56 AM PST

Over this color changing dress. I predict the entire garment industry will jump on this approach, seeing how it's gone "viral" and come out with entire lines of color shifting clothing.

http://hashrocket.com/blog/posts/the-tale-of-the-color-shifting-dress

Explained by Forbes.



Read the comments, some quite good.

By

Carl Peter Estenik

on 27 Feb. 2015


It was forged in the blue and black flames of Gehenna and bathed in
the gold-flecked milky waters of Paradise. The blood of a thousand
angels and the souls of a thousand demons was poured into its crafting,
and endless months were toil'd away by the most legendary otherworldly
seamstresses to craft this artifact. The result was this form-shifting
dress of incredible power. It was single-handedly (or single-strappedly)
capable of splitting an entire world apart by manipulating the minds of
millions. One day, a hero shall arise who has the fortitude and the
divinely granted clear sight to see its true form and withstand the
terrible glory; but that day is not this day.One dress to fool them all,One dress to blind them.One dress to sting them all,And in their discord, blind them.


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by Steven Haninger / February 27, 2015 8:37 AM PST

Too many people with nothing important to do.

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so what's new?
by James Denison / March 1, 2015 9:02 PM PST
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that's always been the internet. Wink

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confused
by ela1n3ko / April 17, 2015 8:05 AM PDT

Its still surprising to see how many people commented on that dress... not the first time an image was perceived as two different things. Amazed by how fast the dress was sold and auctioned for a large amount. idk... seriously people have nothing better to do....

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