Thursday, March 26, 2015

Zayn Malik Leaves One Direction, Fans Reaction

Zayn Malik, Zayn Malik fans, Zayn Malik fans crying, One Direction, Zayn Malik fans crying funny

Zayn Malik, Zayn Malik fans, Zayn Malik fans crying, One Direction, Zayn Malik fans crying funny

Zayn Malik decided to leave the band called "One Direction" after five years because he wants to be a normal 22 year old boy and be away from spotlight. His fans reaction of him departing the band were funny, the guy didn't die he just left the band why would you cry or be affected? Some are also troubling like the shocking #Cut4Zayn Twitter hashtag which encourage bodily harm, what a loser. I can't believe that there are people this stupid. 

Saturday, March 7, 2015

Jada Pinkett Smith will leave Gotham

Jada Pinkett Smith, Fish Mooney

The TV series Gotham will lose Jada Pinkett Smith who plays the villain Fish Mooney. She gave a hint while appearing at Live! With Kelly and Extra:

"I don't think so, no. I signed for a year and the year is up," she told Kelly Ripa talking about the TV show, "But there are some great things coming ahead on Gotham, believe me. There's a lot of good stuff coming." On Extra she said, "We're done. I did my year and I had a good time. The show is going to have an awesome finale!"

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Blue and Black, White and Gold Dress

Blue and Black, White and Gold Dress

I'm still confused about this Blue and Black, White and Gold Dress thing, yesterday I saw it as White and Gold Dress now its Blue and Black.

I think it's all about how our eyes process the light source.

This crazy dress was posted recently by swiked on Tumblr and it just went crazy!

Here's an explanation on LA Times:

"According to Pantone, world-renowned authority on color and provider of color systems and leading technology for the selection and accurate communication of color across a variety of industries, people's eye and brain work in conjunction to turn light into color. The retina in your eye is covered with light-sensitive cells shaped like rods and cones. These are the receptors that filter the light you see into nerve impulses that then travel to your brain through the optic nerve.

No one person's arrangement of cones is the same, which will cause everyone to perceive color differently. This doesn't mean someone is wrong for seeing one color, and someone else is right."

"And according to Thomas Stokkermans, the optometrist who directs the optometry division at UH Case Medical Center in Cleveland, the time of day and our surroundings can affect how we see color."

So there you have it!