Is brown is your favorite color?
This website is not for you.
Why Brown isn’t a Color
WARNING: This page content is consider offensive by professional artists.
Too much brown brings up feelings of heaviness, dullness, and lack of sophistication. Pantone 448 C is described as a “drab dark brown.” It was selected in 2012 as the color for plain tobacco and cigarette packaging in Australia. Market researchers determined it was the least attractive color.
The intent is repelling potential smokers. Yuck.
Brown doesn’t exist in the color spectrum because it’s a combination of opposite colors.
In large quantities, brown seems vast, stark, and empty, like an enormous desert devoid of life.
A rainbow is made from pure colors: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. Brown is a mixture of colors so you don’t see it in a rainbow.
YOU’LL NEVER SEE BROWN IN ANY RAINBOW.
A combination of wavelengths can result in us seeing Brown, but the light itself is not Brown. A brown light source can’t exist, since brown is essentially dark orange. It’s not possible to darken an orange light to the point of brown.
UPS chose brown as their corporate color. Why? So they wouldn’t have to wash their trucks so much. Same reason people choose brown carpet.
Brown is the color of loneliness, sadness, and isolation – and waste.
because one has no friends or company.
something that all people experience from time to time.
the state of one who is alone.
matter discharged from the body. Brown?
“Why is poop brown?”A 5-year-old Child.
Bile pigments give color to stuff traveling through your digestive system. They go through chemical changes and turn brown. Ugh!
Brown is the least favorite color of the public; it is often associated with plainness, the rustic, feces, and poverty.
*Zoom means to move or travel very quickly.
But in this case, no one is zooming anywhere.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Steve Teare lives 2-miles from the Idaho Panhandle border — a secret isolated third-world country within the United States. Planet: Earth.
Steve doesn’t have a favorite color. But he has a least favorite. Can you guess what non-color it is?
Steve is a male INFJ. Only 0.5 percent of the population are that weird. But Steve is more than weird. His superpower is strangeness. From this hidden trait; creative thought, unconventional thinking, and nonconformist behaviors originate – and emerge.
Like a webbed creature from the murky cesspool of crazy chaos.
This site represents that amazing mental swamp.
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