Do you have an aversion to a certain color and why?
I like most colors - but there are some, like yellows and orange, I can only take in small doses - where others like purple, blue, green, earth tones etc. I can surround myself in all day long and not feel "put off' by them. For some reason a lot of yellow and bright orange etc. makes me feel "hyper" or something. I can't quite put my finger on it. What colors do you avoid more and why?
Yellows I avoid because they hurt my eyes after a while, and same with some neon colors. I think it's because our eyes are made for earthy colors and not the insanely bright colors like hunter's orange.
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