Found any memes in your games lately?
>found it instantly
how do I leave this place for good
You have to fall in a certain direction to notice this one.
First thing I saw when I opened the image, do I leave this site?
Only all that shit they put in Pokemon X & Y.
As a matter of fact...
Though honestly when the dialogue has emoticons you really shouldn't expect much.
I was gonna get to that bit, eventually.
Doesn't change the fact it's there.
I mean it's still a neat game. Mecha fights stop being interesting after the second or third time, but...
Hey what do you know, I was just re-reading this
I don't fucking understand, most of you retards meme on a fucking DAILY BASIS.
But when a game does it to be humorous, you autistic freaks go apeshit crazy about it.
I don't fucking understand, most of you retards take a shit on a fucking DAILY BASIS.
But when retards do it in the middle of the street, you autistic freaks go apeshit crazy about it.
>it even has the arms
Fucking dying, send help
How? Like seriously, how, because even on the far right one which is altered to look MORE white/gold I still don't buy it. Sure, I could get behind gold and a very light blue, but that isn't white, it clearly still has blue tinge to it - and that's in the version made to look like what I'm not seeing.
Because the colors of the actual pixels are brown and light, desaturated blue. Light, desaturated blue is what white looks like 99% of the time.
I wouldn't say I literally see white and gold, but what I clearly don't see is black and blue, in that the pixels on the dress are brown and light blue.
Wait, if I squint, I can see black and blue very clearly.
Maybe it has to do with monitor calibration?
Maybe some people have brighter / dimmer / higher contrast monitors that make the difference?
Okay, makes enough sense. I've just never once seen it as white/gold and it's come to the point where anyone who says otherwise has me convinced they're bullshitting. The only people who are worse are the ones who claim they see it "change" from one to another.
The dress just looks like an ordinary blue/black dress with bad lighting, how this even became a thing is beyond me.
I can literally see it change colours when I squint.
I was actually convinced that it was the black/blue fags meming everyone.
So I strongly suspect that It depends heavily on monitor calibration.
>implying literally everything isn't a fucking meme
>Doesn't change the fact it's there.
Given that Chroma squad is about of people in a somewhat modern era making a show, having someone use it as a half-assed attempt at comedy, and someone subsequently groaning about it, makes sense.
What piece of shit did this crawl out of
I saw an NPC in Xenoblade Chronicles X saying "BAKA", if that counts. They even explain what it means.
I poop maybe twice a week. Don't know how you people do it every single day.
But it doesn't become white because there is an actual black and white dress directly behind it and you can clearly see the difference in color between the two dresses
Only literal retards see it as white and gold
that phrase existed long before the internet was a thing
It's very fun and has a very cool unique art style that no other game has done. It's worth playing.
The PS4 version doesn't quite reproduce the magic of the Vita version as the game was tailor made for the augmented reality features of the Vita, but if you've never played that version you won't know what you're missing so it's all good.
I think at some point you guys are just going to have to accept that memes are a part of pop culture now and thus they get referenced in popular media.
Like how popular media used to always references famous quotes and film scenes and politicians and shit. Memes are right up there in the public consciousness now.
Yes, it's sad, and depressing, but it's reality, and ironically, 4chan is largely to blame for it.
References are not jokes. This is true for references to movies/TV shows and it is equally true for memes
'remember that thing' is a substitute for the ability to write an actual joke that transforms and/or subverts a concept or expectations
I've just never seen it black and blue, and no matter how hard I look, even when I compare it to the cloth behind it, even when I try to take into account the brightness of the background, all I can see is white and gold.
My eyes are just fucked I guess.