Tipi Tipi top: What colour you want?
An image of a pair of flip-flops goes viral over determining their colour.tabloid Updated: Nov 22, 2016 16:19 IST
Remember the crazy drama around the white and golden dress that went viral last year?
Well, the colour confusion is back again - but this time, with a twist!
It started once again, when Twitter user @positivedemi posted a photo of golden and white flip-flops.
que cor vocês tão vendo? pic.twitter.com/IBk6upSZz7— arthur (@positivedemi) November 17, 2016
Twitterati took it upon themselves to ask the million dollar question: what colour are the flip-flops?
The blue and black colour riddle is back again, my eyes tell me that those flip flops are blue and black.— Pollyann (@gaspshockbands) November 21, 2016
I see white and gold flip flops... what do you see? pic.twitter.com/I35iYnlNLp— Sam (@SamGolbach) November 20, 2016
The entire house is yelling at each other over if these gold and blue flip flops are white and grey 🙄— Rach (@RachaelMLandry) November 20, 2016
A serious question:
Yesterday the stupid flip flops looked blue and grey to me, today they're good and white. I forget how this works?— shameless (@yungbojenngles) November 21, 2016
This question has brought turmoil in lives of many Twitter users:
Just ended a friendship over the black and blue/white and gold flip flops— Lindsay Mitchell (@LindsJ_Mitchell) November 21, 2016
Right I thought the dress was blue and black but I think the flip flops are gold and white and now I'm questioning everything about life 🔫— Kevin (@thatspeckyguy) November 21, 2016
Meanwhile, Havaianas, the manufacturer of the flip-flops in question, played crucial role in solving the controversy. They made it a point to reach out to their customers and asking for their opinion. Result? It broke Facebook as well.<
This Twitter user gives some consolation:
Go to sleep Jane. At least stop worrying over what colour the flip flops are (blue and grey).— Jane Hamill (@janeybainy) November 21, 2016
How some Twitter users truly feel about the matter:
We feel you.
@JoeyWright10 Jesus here we go again.— Brian Sheridan (@Tons4583) November 21, 2016
Social media first got trending with #TheDress in a similar fashion in 2015, after musician Caitlin McNeill posted a photo of a stripped dress on Tumblr, asking her fans whether the dress was white and gold or blue and black. The photo went viral striking debates over the colour of the dress.
First Published: Nov 22, 2016 16:00 IST