If you had to eliminate one color from the face of the Earth what would it be an

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  1. ChristinS profile image95
    ChristinSposted 3 years ago

    If you had to eliminate one color from the face of the Earth what would it be and why?

    Hard question isn't it?

    I think any color has its place of course, especially in small doses, but if I had to choose one color to eliminate it would that greyish brown color of bare fields and trees in the winter.  that drab monotone color overpowers everything when you live in the Midwest - yikes. 
    What color would you eliminate if you had to get rid of one?

  2. profile image0
    TheBizWhizposted 3 years ago

    Anything teal, but if I had to narrow it down I would have to get rid of the one that started it all: Teal Green!

    1. chuckandus6 profile image76
      chuckandus6posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      But without the green grass?

  3. AndrewHil93 profile image42
    AndrewHil93posted 3 years ago

    Salmon Pink. Who are you kidding? You're orange, not pink,

    1. chuckandus6 profile image76
      chuckandus6posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      As a pink fan, which 99 percentage of wardrobe.Salmon pink is really dull color and I would much rather think of it as Orange lol

  4. chuckandus6 profile image76
    chuckandus6posted 3 years ago

    I don't think that there is any color that I would completely wipe out, I mean black in the night sky,White Puffy Clouds,Green grass, yellow sun,red roses,blue ocean...I think all colors work in our world one way or another.

    1. ChristinS profile image95
      ChristinSposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Yes they do hence it is a hard question - but if you HAD to pick - like the Earth would spontaneously combust if you didn't pick one - what would it be? lol smile

    2. chuckandus6 profile image76
      chuckandus6posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      probably red ..because although a lot of red is for the good it's also murder poison ext...probably be my least fav

  5. Rochelle Frank profile image96
    Rochelle Frankposted 3 years ago

    Puce. I just don't like the sound of it. The etymology relates to  the color of the blood-stained droppings of fleas.

    1. chuckandus6 profile image76
      chuckandus6posted 3 years agoin reply to this

      is this a form of red? I have heard it before but never seen it.

    2. Besarien profile image86
      Besarienposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      I was going to sat puce too. I thought it was ticks- but similarly offensive. I wonder if anyone on the planet has puce as their favorite color? What is that person like?

  6. Sheila Wilson profile image82
    Sheila Wilsonposted 3 years ago

    The light oranges that are more yellow than red. I don't mind a fiery orange, but the yellow-tinged oranges make me want to vomit.

  7. Link10103 profile image75
    Link10103posted 3 years ago

    Ehh...yellow? No real reason other than its one of the lesser colors I wear very little if at all.

  8. Aime F profile image84
    Aime Fposted 3 years ago

    That really disgusting colour somewhere between yellow and green that looks like vomit.

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    Stargrrlposted 3 years ago

    I would say orange.  That is my least favorite color and I would miss it the least.

  10. Cammy Walters profile image71
    Cammy Waltersposted 3 years ago

    Sorry to say that I wouldn't eliminate any color because then I might miss something that I was to see and learn about.  Thank for the thought provoking question.

  11. MizBejabbers profile image91
    MizBejabbersposted 3 years ago

    Beige because it is such a boring color to me. One day I was shopping for a dress for a special occasion, and tried on the same dress in fuchsia and in beige. The sales lady, an older (older to me then) said "Honey, that one (beige) just washes you out. You need to buy the fuchsia one, so I did.

    I dislike beige living rooms with a passion. I was at the (famous brand name) furniture store looking at living room furniture when I realized that every upholstered piece was a shade of beige or light brown. I complained to the clerk that there were no color choices, and left.

    Beige cars are a danger to everybody on the highway, second only to gray. They fade into the surroundings downtown and into the fog in poor weather. And, of course, their drivers are the ones who never turn on their lights until the night is pitch black.

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      TheBizWhizposted 3 years agoin reply to this

      Yes, beige is a "neutral" color, which means it is kind of common. We need a little more weird in our life! Good answer


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