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Shoppers found the color-changing dress on Amazon. Their reviews are amazing.

"This dress is evil...it must be destroyed." — Amazon reviewer wponzo
"This dress is evil...it must be destroyed." — Amazon reviewer wponzo
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By now, you know about the color-changing dress that's destroying the internet and, probably, all of your friendships. After the image of the dress went viral on tumblr and BuzzFeed, people found what appears to be the actual dress listed on Amazon — for what it's worth, it's blue and black on the site.

Amazon users, wonderful people that they are, are flooding the reviews section of the listing with some hilarious reviews. Here are seven of the best.

"Dress to depress," by Dan:

The good: Works equally well as formal or business casual attire.

The bad: Carves a crooked path through perceptual reality and leaves behind it a wake of confusion and existential crises. Also unforgiving on the hips.

"Perfect outfit for a life of crime," by Angela:

Robbed a bank in this dress. Nobody could agree on a proper description of me. Sketch artist's head exploded. Got away. Fantastic.

"Avoid," by Naju:

This dress made me realize that reality is a meaningless fiction and all of life is merely a grand cosmic suggestion. I returned it and got something cuter.

"Five Stars," by Collin Phillips:

This dress is a glitch in the matrix.

"One Star," by Nora Reed:

This dress made me lose all of my friends and now I am so lonely.

"Skip the dress, buy a llama instead," by Delta Lauderdale:

This dress is why I have trust issues.

"Gold but Black, White but Blue," by McKenzie Wells:

Bought this dress for my girlfriend. She thinks it's white and gold, but it's really black and blue. At least thats what I think. One or two other people we know seem to have this problem with the dress too. It'd be nice to know for sure. But hey, it's not like anyone is going to write pages online explaining what's going on there. I mean, it's just a dress.

Totally.