The infamous dress. It's happened to all of us. We're standing in our room in nothing but a black, strapless bra when we decide we want to put some of our old clothes up for sale on eBay. So we start taking pictures of our shit, not bothering to get dressed, because, duh, we're alone in our room. And then we post the photos of our clothes to eBay, because, duh, anyone who's selling something online without a photo is nuts. And then some person in search of a yellow dress realizes: "Wait a-- What the-- There's a naked woman in the mirror's reflection of this photo!"
Yes, this happened to some poor soul. I won't show you the picture, as this is a family(ish) site, but if you're so inclined to see the photo, you can check it out elsewhere.
I knew you'd look.
And I'm not exactly shocked that this happened either.
We're a quick-fast-hurry-up kind of culture who does everything with a convenient click on a smartphone. I'm sure this girl just snapped the photo with her iPhone, then automatically uploaded the pic to eBay, without so much as a "proofread." I feel bad for her that this happened, but at the same time, maybe do a quick once-over when you're photographing things naked and then uploading them to the Internet.
However, there is a silver lining to this interweb gaffe, as there often is: The dress, which was originally listed for about $26, went for way more than that. Apparently, some people don't realize that the nude girl is not included. Oh, world.
What do you think of this?
Image via eBay