How do you get a yellow moon.
Okay ive a question how do you get a yellow/gold moon.
I know how you get a literal red and blue moon and I know about the phrase blue moon but the literally yellow puzzles me.
You need to read about astrology. One of the moons goes with yellow. You need to read about the sun, the moon, Venus and the others planets. Some people made expressions that have no meaning. If you wom a race. It means. You are a gold. Some one with round face and a tribe with yellow inside their skin completions. You need to get a yellow indian with round face and a gold winner. Good luck with your search.
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