And How Would You Describe Colors To A Blind Person? (14 pics)

Posted in INTERESTING       12 Dec 2019       3152       2

Someone found a post about how a blind person had colors described to her

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One commenter makes a great point, though: that our emotional associations with color are subjective, as is color symbolism from one culture to another. For years, designers have had to be careful with the colors that they use to market products internationally, because while a fiery color like red may put people in high spirits in the West, someone from a Middle Eastern culture that considers red a warning sign would probably think of it with apprehension.

The abstract nature of the descriptions struck a chord with some commenters who tried their hand at writing their own. Some of them are pretty relatable—if you live somewhere far north, you’re probably having a lot of grey days right now—while some people went wild with the format and ventured into absurdity and parody.



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The mushiness and smell of that stuff that comes out of your butt is brown.
       
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water is blue...
       
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