In 2015, a meme of a dress went viral. The picture asked people which two colors they saw in the dress, with the options being white and gold or black and blue.
There was much outrage on the internet, and folks began fighting each other to prove that the dress was in fact black and blue.
But now, a modern day #bluedress has emerged. A picture of a pair of Vans sneakers was posted, and the color of the shoe and laces has caused controversy.
Some people see it as pink and white while others see turquoise and gray.
What colour is this pic.twitter.com/uGflVxsAEt
— the shoe thing (@TFILDOLANS) October 11, 2017
I see pink and white, which many of my coworkers, who see gray and turquoise (wrong), find hilarious.
Twitter has obviously exploded:
SHUT THE FUCK UP ABOUT THE GOD DAMN SHOES THEYRE GREY AND BLUE AND IF U SEE OTHERWISE YOURE COLOR BLIND SHUT THE FUCK UP
— sophia (@casvalaffair) October 11, 2017
That's fucking crazy lol no one can convince me they are blue.
— FireRex (@iiukrii) October 12, 2017
no at first i saw blue & grey and now i just see pink & white literally
— Montserrat Garza (@MontseeGarzaa) October 12, 2017
To satisfy us all, the picture was reposted with the correct color balance, and yes, thank you, it’s actually pink and white!
THE REAL SHOE IS PINK & WHITE OKAY⁉️
The second pic was with flash & darkened, so it looks teal & gray. (depends on what lighting ur in) pic.twitter.com/FlbO3OEEuC
— alisha (@dolansmalik) October 11, 2017