How Women See Colors. . HOW I FEEL WHEN WOMEN TALK ABOUT COLORS in 'iii- attr! iii- DOES THIS LOOK BLACK TO YOU TOO?. I told my girlfriend her eye's were blue/green, she said they're "aqua"....so I made her eye black How Women See Colors HOW I FEEL WHEN WOMEN TALK ABOUT COLORS in 'iii- attr! iii- DOES THIS LOOK BLACK TO YOU TOO? told my girlfriend her eye's were blue/green she said they're "aqua" so made eye black
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#1 - nashmore
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I told my girlfriend her eye's were blue/green, she said they're "aqua"....so I made her eye black
User avatar #16 to #1 - adolfhilter
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What do you tell a woman with two black eyes? Nothing, you've done told her twice!
#32 to #1 - lolollo
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MFW I had to show my roommate your comment when he heard me laughing like a lunatic.
#43 to #32 - nashmore
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Hahaha thanks man, I appreciate it
#42 to #1 - cubinq
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its called lost soul you uncultured anus technician
User avatar #2 to #1 - pappathethird
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attaboy
#3 to #1 - fennoswede
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#6 to #1 - fixator
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#22 to #1 - jajathezombie
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MFW girls say "My eyes change colors with my emotions"
User avatar #37 to #22 - danniegurl
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also, with pupil dilation, which changes based on mood as well as lighting, your eyes can appear differently.
User avatar #36 to #22 - danniegurl
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Mine do. They look much more blue when I'm crying.
However, I think a possible explanation isn't that the actual iris is changing colors, but the changing of the colors of your face and if your eyes get redder with crying or something, the color of your eyes looks different because the colors surrounding them are different.
User avatar #4 to #1 - fresty
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You meant sleeping panther you colorblind twat
#7 - felixjarl
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#15 to #7 - ohgodwaitimatheist
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It doesn't matter if it's black or white.

*guitar riff*
#20 to #7 - fcrocker
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#26 to #7 - mikefuher
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No... But it does come in obsidian, onyx, midnight, lost soul, rolling blackout, sleeping panther, and void by Armani.
#14 - riarden
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I love Aziz Ansari.
I love Aziz Ansari.
#34 to #14 - xxsnappyxx
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User avatar #39 to #34 - mikestrutter
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**** you aziz!
#21 - anon id: 80faeaf3
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Women are statistically more likely to carry information for an additional photoreceptor, and therefor be a Tetrachromad instead of a Trichromad, than a man. This doesn't give them a real altered range of vision, but makes distinguishing individual colors within that range easier, allowing the ability to detect a significantly greater number of shades within our color range.
One study suggested as many as 50% of women and 8% of men are potentially Tetrachromads.

So yes, they actually likely do see different shades when men don't. Women have superior color vision.
User avatar #29 to #21 - gayboard
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I think I know some of those words
#31 to #21 - lolollo
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Let's see, a short google search of "tetrachromatic human beings" gives 3 viable sources that go over what you were talking about:


theness.com/neurologicablog/index.php/tetrachromacy-in-humans/
voices.yahoo.com/tetrachromacy-super-human-eyesight-mutation-1987836.html?cat=58

Ignoring the fact that none of them are actually really scienticis articles with any sort of data section that can be replicated (and one of them is fricken yahoo), your statistic is still full of ****. The only reliable numbers given are from the Huffington post, where they suggest that around 2% of women would be tetrachromats. The only source that gives the numbers you provided are yahoo, which is about as scientifically reliable as preacher giving a rant about evolution.

So, I will concede what I said earlier about there being no such thing as a tetrachromat, but do try to use something a little more reliable than yahoo when reporting something of a scientific nature.
#30 to #21 - lolollo
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You are so full of **** it's hilarious. There's no such thing as a tetrachromatic human being. When an organism is tetrachromatic, it typically means that they have a sensor to detect UV light. Various species of bird, and bees are tetrachromatic.

The comparison you're looking for is that women tend to be trichromatic with a slightly higher frequency than men, who would be bichromatic, but tha doesn't mean **** for the point you're trying to make. As a trichromatic male, those colors look ******* black. It isn't that we don't see the various shades of color, we just don't have time to give a **** about such trivial ****.
User avatar #5 - LookinHereWhy
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is there an awake panther
User avatar #23 - zanekin
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What is this from?
#24 to #23 - kingofawsum
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parks and rec
#12 - worldinthebest
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******* Jerry!
#27 - ishotthedeputy
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I love being able to use this
#8 - morganite
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can anyone tell me what movie this is from? ty
#10 to #8 - ninjatz
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parks and recreation its in like season 4 i think dont know exact episode
#11 to #10 - morganite
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thanks mate
User avatar #18 to #11 - bloobs
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season 3: episode 16

"Lil' Sebastian"

#35 to #18 - mmmilovemeth
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User avatar #19 to #11 - bloobs
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12:10 is the exact time on netflix
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User avatar #25 - MyNameIsntCrookers
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Me and my brother relive this moment any chance we get
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