Post # 1
Sometimes I feel like I am lol…
Post # 4
For real? Flora? Cayenne??
My MALE fiance has been using the term “seafoam” since we got engaged wayyyyyyyy too much (he wants the dog’s bow tie to be seafoam!)
Post # 5
Haha! That’s pretty much me, too. Three times this week I’ve encounted a question about my shower dress for tomorrow – “What’s the color of your dress?” “Dark blue” “Like, what kind of dark blue?” “Dark… blue?”
Post # 6
I felt that way when planning our wedding, too. I wanted Texas A&M maroon.
Sales lady: “So do you want Cranberry, Burgundy, etc etc?”
Me: “Maroon. Like my tshirt.”
I’m surprised to see maroon on that chart! I usually had to pick a fancier name for it!
Post # 7
@AnaA: Thats funny but I take issue with the names not corresponding to my extensive Crayola crayon collection. (Which is of course how ALL colors should be identified) :p
Post # 8
What?! You’ve never heard of spindrift?!
Post # 9
@AnaA: lol. sadly I can identify all these colours and more. I plead professional liability though. I’m a designer, it’s part of my job to know my colours 🙂
Post # 10
@AnaA: LOL as an art major who took loads of color theory.. where’s the rest of them?? Hahaha
Also.. my favorite color is teal. I need people to understand that it is NOT blue, NOR is it green!!
Post # 11
Nope! I also see ROYGBP (just purple. No indigo/violet nonsense!)
Post # 12
- Wedding: June 2014 - Ontario, Canada ♥ EDD- April 2016
This is one my FI’s favourites aha 😉 he refers to it frequently!
Post # 13
@AnaA: I don’t get QUITE that into the color differentiation, but I DO make a distintion between say lemon yellow and banana yellow. 😛
Post # 14
My FI is a graphic designer, and so this is switched around for us! He’s the one who names the exact shades.
Post # 15
My favorite part about this chart is the sea foam is spelled “Seam Foam,” which just does not sound nice.
Post # 16
@RenoSweeney24: I always thought lemons were green, at least in Mexico they are.