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White and gold dress tattoo: Did someone really go and get a inking of The Dress

By Mirror | March 1st 2015

White and gold dress tattoo: Did someone really go and get a inking of The Dress

For anyone who hasn't yet heard about it, there's a dress that's left people scratching their heads over what color it is while some think it's black and blue, others reckon it's white and gold. Everyone from Blake Lively to Jaden Smith and Julianne Moore have had their say, and now Taylor Swift has also hit Twitter to tell her fans what color she thinks it is.

But someone appears to have added yet more controversy to the debate by getting a tattoo of the dress inked on their leg. The tattoo has caused a stir since being posted on Twitter, with some questioning whether or not it is genuine. others making ridicule that the world is going color blind.The inking, which appears to be inked on the inside of a man's calf, is printed with the words 'White and Gold?'

Caitlin McNeill, 21, singer from the island of Colonsay, originally posted a picture of the controversial white or gold? Frock on social media page Tumblr after her friend saw different colors in the photo.The image quickly went viral, as people argued over its colors - and the science behind the debate.

If this tattoo is real, it is one of stranger ones to appear online. There have been some pretty weird and wonderful inking’s posted on Twitter recently.


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