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User avatar #14 - hargleblarg (07/13/2013) [-]
That's something that's bothered me for ages actually, what if people's colours are different. What if, when I see the colour red, it's actually your version of blue, or vice versa? You would never know. It would also explain how some people like putrid colours like neon yellow.
User avatar #28 to #14 - KazumaKyu (07/13/2013) [-]
Well, we would have to know for certain colors, at least. It's pretty obvious that something's off when you are told that green means 'go' and red means 'stop', but all you see are blue and yellow.

That having been said, I know I've seen a (possibly greentext) story on the net somewhere about a guy who found out he was colorblind pretty late in his adolescence (like early high-school, or something? I can't really remember). Something sparked a discussion in one of his classes and it came to light that what he thought was one color was actually another color entirely. He ended up demanding that his girlfriend be called in to verify what the teacher/class was saying, because he wouldn't believe they weren't just ******* with him.
User avatar #44 to #28 - hargleblarg (07/13/2013) [-]
I understand where you're coming from, but just think. You spend your entire life being told "green means go, red means stop". So even if, say, you see my version of blue and yellow instead of my percieved green and red on those lights, there would be no way to know, it'd be as natural to you as breathing and you wouldn't think twice about it, or even question it.
User avatar #16 to #14 - sexypandas (07/13/2013) [-]
I thought I was the only one. Like... who the hell likes beige? maybe it's their vision of red, green or whatever... :L
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