Since everyone this morning is talking about #TheDress we figured would would interview and get some thoughts from some famous Mormons on this topic. And for those that must ask…yes, this piece is entirely satire. We didn’t actually speak to Mitt Romney, Sheri Dew or anyone else on the list. 🙂
LDS SMILE: How’s it going David. So what are your thoughts about this debate?
David: Do you ever think
When you’re all alone
That this famous dress?
Is blue and not gold?
Is it real or just another fad?
Do you catch a breath
When I look at you?
Are you holding back
Like the way you do?
‘Cause I’m trying, trying to walk away
But I know this fad ain’t going away
LDS SMILE: Wow…never really thought about it that way. Thanks for your advice
LDS SMILE: So Mitt, what are your thoughts on the debate? Do you think the dress is blue and black or gold and white?
Mitt: I want to make this point as clear as possible. As President of the United States, I will always stand for an individual’s right to their freedom of speech. We are a people who, in the language of our Declaration of Independence, hold certain truths to be self-evident: namely, that all men are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights. It is our belief in the universality of these unalienable rights that leads us to our exceptional role on the world stage, that of a great champion of human dignity and human freedom Century. And I will never, ever apologize for America.
LDS SMILE: So… which colors again?
Mitt: Oh right, the dress…it’s clearly gold and white.
LDS SMILE: Devin, you have a great eye especially when it comes to making films, what are your thoughts?
Devin: Like I care, I’m just going to make incredibly awesome videos like the one below.
LDS SMILE: So Donny, you have been in Hollywood for a long time now so surely you have some eye for fashion. What are your thoughts?
Donny: It’s clearly blue and black. I know others like Mitt Romney think it’s gold and white but I’m going to be true to who I am and I want to do, because if I care what people think about me, I’m a puppet. Which I have been in my life. And you can’t live life that way, man!
LDS SMILE: So Stephenie, what color do you think the dress is?
Stephenie: It’s not the face, but the expressions on it. It’s not the voice, but what you say. It’s not how you look in that body, but the thing you do with it. It’s not the color of the dress that matters, but the heart of the individual who wears it. You are beautiful.
LDS SMILE: So apparently this debate has caused quite a stir. Why do you think so many people are getting so angry about it?
John: It’s simple, you cannot find happiness, outside the plan of happiness!
LDS SMILE: So what would you say to those individuals who feel that they’re alone in their opinion about which colors the dress is?
Sheri: We’re not alone–at least, we’re alone only if we choose to be alone. We’re alone only if we choose to go through life relying solely on our own strength rather than learning to draw upon the power of God.