If you haven't seen this notorious dress by now, then I have just corrupted you. Hey, if I have to suffer this latest inter-web bomb, you do too. If you haven't commented in your two-cents yet, then I commend you. You have enough sense to know this isn't really a debate worth getting into! I'm only writing this post for those of you who really can give less than 2-craps about what freakin' color this frock is because you really want to scream at those who do care "OMG! SO WHAT?! IT'S NOT LIKE THIS DRESS IS A WEBMD TEST TO SEE IF YOU'RE COLOR BLIND!" Trust me, if you were colorblind, or suddenly color blind, you would know or would have known for a while now.
But this isn't the first internet bomb to ever go off on Facebook, Twitter, or what the hell other social medias you are "Linked-In" to <-- see what I did there? Let us not forget Kim Kardashian and her gigantic booty (which was obviously photoshopped and had before & after pics to prove it). There was also Grumpy Cat (who I LOVE btw. Tardar can blow-up my Facebook Page any day), Viral Videos, Memes, and all those stupid reposts that are designed to make you feel guilty if you don't pass it along (If you love Jebus, please subscribe/follow my blog!), among other things that just are none of your business and just don't care to see.
So why do these people keep trying? Because of one quote from a great artist back in an era predating the internet: Andy Warhol. He said...
|9Gag-ing before it was cool|
|like marrying this completely Narcissistic moron who's famous for being|
a dick, dumb, and doing dumber stuff.
(Parenting Tip...since this is for all tense & purposes a parenting blog: Talk to your kids about what they post on the internet. It's just as important as internet safety. It's not just about what will get out there for predators to see, but just as much what they put out there just may become the thing they will be remembered for.)
Like this kid...though I think he's a bad-ass *wink*