color blind. my friend who's color blind saw green lantern in 3-d, and i asked him this. but he's a stoner so he then drifted off into some thing completely irr color blind whomadewho
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User avatar #2 - darman
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They would leave dissatisfied with their experience due to the fact that they are colorblind. when they returned home they would cope with the disappointment by doing lots of recreational drugs. Unfortunately this would lead to them to debt with a massive drug distributor. In order to pay off this debt he would become the personal hit man of the drug boss. Many moons later he would be assigned to a personal target. He mission was to assassinate none other than you. You, being his best friend, would be impossible to kill. He decided to flee to Mexico. Time passed but the drug gang caught up with him. In order to stop the madness he hung himself in the bath room. Upon walking into the bathroom the goons after him fell on the floor and walked the dinosaur.
#6 to #2 - themanofawesome
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win
User avatar #8 to #6 - darman
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I try
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#14 to #2 - shittingmangos
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have this gif you've earned it
have this gif you've earned it
User avatar #66 to #14 - darman
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I will use it well
#99 - jakekel
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Do blind people see in there dreams?
User avatar #120 to #99 - jakekel
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their* my bad
#102 to #99 - djinra
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Id guess random splotches of darkness, but I guess it would also depend on how active their imagination is.
User avatar #121 to #99 - onkii
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they dream about sounds and smells and tastes.
#116 to #99 - yourmothersfather **User deleted account**
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User avatar #118 to #99 - WTFLMAO
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Also if you're born deaf what language do you think in?
User avatar #100 to #99 - whomadewho [OP]
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it really depends on if they were born blind
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#105 to #99 - lolwutnow
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If they were born blind, no. If one was born deaf, they can't hear in their dreams. Dream imagery is derived from memories. So if you can't sense it to make a memory of it, you can't dream it.
#114 to #105 - maijuriina
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User avatar #112 to #105 - hammywh
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so if someone lost their sight then they could technically see in a dream?
#72 - deadlynightshade
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If there was a war fought with water guns. would you still be "under Fire"?
#17 - JesseBoo
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Think away fellow stoners.
User avatar #19 to #17 - victoryismine
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Blue is the colour of the sky and the sea. Green is the colour of the grass. Yellow is the colour of the sun. Red is the colour of blood. I just descried four colours.
User avatar #20 to #19 - JesseBoo
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Hey ******* if someone were too see blue instead of red then blood would still be called red to them even if its blue to you. Its a question that can never be answered. We could all be seeing opposite colors right now.
User avatar #21 to #20 - victoryismine
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No need to be rude. Your picture said that you can't describe colours and I just did. Even if they are different to what you see, I still described them.
User avatar #24 to #21 - ThatFaggot
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No you did not describe them you gave examples of them. Everyone knows the sky is blue but what if my blue was red but still called blue?
User avatar #23 to #21 - rainbowslayer
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descrtibe colors to a color blind person then.
User avatar #134 to #21 - KingMan
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(07/26/2011) [-]
So full of fail.
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#65 to #25 - anon id: 8c47f9b3
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The awkward moment when you try calling someone dumb and can't even spell dumbest.
User avatar #38 to #17 - friednazi
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I had that same conversation with my friend while jogging in P.E.
#89 to #17 - Shmuck
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Wait, dogs are colorblind......
Wait, dogs are colorblind......
#29 - greenwithenvy
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#87 - gravitystereo
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Brown Lantern in 3D
Brown Lantern in 3D
User avatar #103 - tikledpikle
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gray lantern in 3-d?
#80 - Darkwai
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Would a fly without wings be called a walk?
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