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  • What color is the dress?

  • Is it black and blue or white and gold?

  • Or maybe a different color all together

  • Scientist have tried to science it,

  • Theorist have attempted to theorize it

  • But what is the true answer

  • to this suddenly infamous question

  • Find out next on an all new episode of

  • Brane Games

  • Hello, and welcome to Brane Games

  • and today we are going to be solving the mystery of the ever so popular

  • color-changing dress

  • but before we do that, it's important that we warm up our brains a little bit first

  • I have my volunteer here named Ryan,

  • and he is going to be participating in

  • Brane Games

  • A-ha!

  • That was the first test

  • Did you realize Ryan?

  • that we actually already did the intro sequence

  • and that was the second time we showed it?

  • Ryan: Err... yeah. I mean, that just happened right,

  • before you introduced yourself

  • You see, just like Ryan here

  • your brain is not warm enough to be ready for such a difficult question

  • such as,

  • What color is the dress?

  • So what we need to do first is warm up that brain

  • with a little,

  • Brane Games

  • *awkward silence*

  • You see?

  • If you thought the title sequence was going to start again

  • then you were completely wro--

  • On to our first game,

  • it's called "The Math Psychic"

  • So this is for all of you at home,

  • just follow along

  • I'm going to hold up a number of fingers behind my back

  • but before I reveal what that is,

  • I want all of you at home to pick a number in your head,

  • got it? Good

  • Now add five to your original number

  • Whatever number you are at now, subtract one

  • and now, add two

  • Now, subtract your original number that you started off with

  • Because the number you are at, right now

  • is the exact number of fingers I have up behind my back

  • That's right,

  • Six!

  • Welcome to Brane Games

  • Our next game is called "The Train Saw Massacre"

  • I'm going to be using my volunteer, Ryan

  • but I want all of you at home to follow along

  • So Ryan,

  • If two trains are on the same track headed towards one another

  • Train A is going 50 miles per hour

  • While Train B is going 50 kilometers an hour

  • assuming there's no wind and both trains left the station at the same time

  • What is most likely to be yelled out by the passengers on Train A?

  • Is it A: All of the above

  • B: Help!

  • C: Nooooooooooooo!

  • Or D: Look out!

  • Ryan: I mean I-how am I supposed to...

  • I guess, C?

  • So close. The answer is B, C and D.

  • Actually would've been correct if we were talking about Train B

  • because it's probably filled with foreigners being that they measure in kilometers

  • However the question was about Train A, measured in miles per hour

  • which means most of the passengers were Americans

  • and those are not what Americans would say in that scenario

  • Ryan: I mean, even with that all that's left is the letter "A"

  • All of the above

  • and there's nothing else above it so...

  • Wrong again. The answer is actually "A"

  • all of the above

  • You have to think outside of the box

  • Ryan: What box?

  • You see, the correct answers were

  • E: Who cares!

  • F: This is so dumb

  • G: This needs to stop because if it doesn't...

  • Or H: 2 trainz!!!

  • Ryan: I couldn't even see those though, so that's not really fair right?

  • You have to see the full picture Ryan

  • I mean after all this is,

  • Brane Games

  • and finally we have our last game

  • It's called "What do you see on the screen?"

  • Probably one of our simpler games

  • All you have to do is tell me

  • What do you see on the screen?

  • Ryan?

  • Ryan: Umm...The letter "A"?

  • Wrong, the correct answer is

  • the color red

  • Ryan: Oh.. I thought you were talking-

  • Next question,

  • What do you see on the screen now?

  • Do you see the color blue?

  • Ryan: Yes

  • Wrong again, the correct answer is

  • The letter "A"

  • Ryan: But you're the one that asked me-

  • Next question,

  • What do you see on the screen now?

  • Ryan: Well, I see the letter "A" and it's colored gray/grey

  • Gray/Grey spelled with an "a" or with an "e"?

  • Ryan: Does it matter?

  • Not really :/

  • Ryan: Okay.. I guess with an "a" then

  • Wrong, the answer we were looking for-

  • Ryan: Fine, grey with an "e" then

  • Still wrong

  • Ryan: What?

  • The correct answer we were looking for was

  • The letter "A" colored, a light black

  • Ryan: I don't think that's even a color-

  • However, if we were to darken this gray/grey colored "A" to the color black,

  • What do you see on the screen now?

  • Ryan: Okay, you said that that was the color black

  • Correct

  • Ryan: and nothing physically changed in the image from the last one, right?

  • Indeed

  • Ryan: Okay, then the answer has to be

  • the letter "A" colored black

  • Ryan,

  • that, is absolutely wrong :D

  • Ryan: What?

  • The correct answer was,

  • A 90-degree rotated-unfinished drawing of Pac Man, eating a Tic-Tac

  • Next and final question,

  • Ryan: Thank god

  • What, letter, do you see on the screen now?

  • Ryan: What letter?

  • Correct

  • Ryan: And nothing to do with the color right?

  • Indeed

  • Ryan: And it's not some stupid answer like,

  • An unfinished drawing of Pac Man

  • It's an actual letter in the English alphabet

  • That is correct

  • Ryan: Okay...I can do this

  • Ryan: Then it has to be, the letter "A"

  • Wrong :D

  • Ryan: What the f**k!

  • The correct answer was,

  • An extremely zoomed-in picture of the letter "B"

  • Ryan: Okay, but the letter "B" is made up, of a bunch of "A"s

  • So, technically my answer wasn't wrong this time, right? :D

  • Wrong again,

  • the "B" is not made from a bunch of "A"s

  • Ryan: What? Then what is it made of then?

  • Unfinished Pac Man drawings :)

  • Ryan: You son of a-

  • And finally, now that your brain is warmed up and ready,

  • We'll ask the question once again,

  • What color is the dress?

  • Well, now that your brain is prepared

  • You can finally see the full picture

  • And I'll answer your question with another question

  • Is the dress, even a dress?

  • People assume that it was a dress

  • when really, if you do what I've been telling you to do throughout this entire episode

  • and see the full picture

  • You'll see that this infamous dress is actually a

  • Ryan: Shirt! It's a shirt!

  • Now it all makes sense why you had me doing all those stupid exercises

  • This whole time, everybody was arguing about the color of the dress but

  • when you look at the full picture, the true answer to the question is

  • It's a shirt

  • Wrong

  • Ryan: ...What?

  • The correct answer is actually,

  • "A"

  • Ryan: Seriously? You made me, and the audience go through all of this

  • and you're not even going to give us a serious answer?

  • I did