Red blue dating advice
The similarities of the words “chartreuse” and “cerise”? She was surprised and we ended up getting into a debate about the definition of chartreuse.I was shocked to learn that it was the color it is now (that yellow-green-aqua color)… BUT I had forgotten the color I previously thought it was, since I’ve known the “official” definition for so long.The color chartreuse is broadly remembered as a shade of red. The color gets its name from the liqueur, Chartreuse.
I have always been bothered by chartreuse not being a maroon color.
My mother couldn’t believe I was serious, and I remember looking in my childhood crayon box for a reddish crayon labeled “chartreuse,” but couldn’t find it.
It was a humiliating moment for me, because she was right and — in our household — that was like confusing Miro and Michelangelo. I didn’t think about it again until a comment about chartreuse appeared at this site. No matter how long I study this topic, I’m still astonished when a memory matches one of mine.(Also, collecting comments for this article, I was amazed at how many there were. Then again, that might be at the heart of the potential difference.
Had to make it all the way to the bottom [of the Major Memories comment thread] for someone to finally answer the Chartreuse question. And the whole time I was waiting for some one to say a pink/ashy purple.
And the whole time I was waiting for some one to say a pink/ashy purple. Glad someone else has a memory of that.– I know chartreuse was a pinkish color; I was watching a Modern Marvels episode on firefighting and they were talking about how some fire trucks are starting to be painted in chartreuse instead of red because of the increased visibility.
but then I simply resigned myself to maybe this talk of nice guys being shafted is correct.