First the internet was sent into a tailspin over whether a striped dress was black and blue or white and gold.
Now users are divided once again as they debate over a pair of trainers that present a similar mind-bending problem: some are convinced the shoes are grey and aqua – while others believe they are pink and white.
Facebook user Nicole Coulthard shared a picture of her friend’s new shoes, asking people what colour they thought they were.
Mind-bending: Facebook user Nicole Coulthard asked her followers if they thought these trainers were blue and grey or white and pink
Naturally, a huge debate ensued, and Nicole even admitted to getting into a ‘big argument’ over their colour.
In a post to Girlsmouth, a Facebook group which has more than 98,000 users, Nicole captioned the image: ‘Ok girls so my friend has just sent me this asking what colour the shoe is, I would say pale pink and white, but she insists its pale blue and grey.
‘What do you girls see? Please tell me pink and white!’
Nicole’s post has since sparked a huge debate, and has gained over 1,000 comments in just a day.
Dividing opinion: Users were quickly divided after the image was posted on a Facebook group
Her frustrated Facebook friends couldn’t work out what colour the shoes were either, with many saying it was causing rifts at home.
Speaking to Metro, Nicole that the trainers had caused a ‘big argument’ with her mum as they rowed about their colour.
She said: ‘She texted back saying they are pink mum, but when she looked at the pic she saw blue too.
‘She sent it to me and I was convinced they are pink, we had a big argument as she said I only said pink because I knew she had bought pink shoes so that’s why I decided to put it up.’
Internet sensation: The Dress became a viral sensation in 2015 when Facebook users debated whether it was black and blue or white and pink
The debate is similar to the Dress that became a viral internet meme in February 2015.
Many viewers of the dress thought it was black and blue, but some argued that it was white and gold.
In the first week after it was posted more than 10 million tweets mentioned the dress, using hashtags like #thedress, #whiteandgold and #blackandblue.