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Blind Woman Shared How People Explained Colors To Her At A Little Age And Other People Try Explaining Them As Well

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Blind Woman Shared How People Explained Colors To Her At A Little Age And Other People Try Explaining Them As Well

How do you describe colors to a blind person?

Many people take colors for a joke, but it’s one of the most essential features we use in describing how things appear. If you have ever been in a classic debate ‘My red is your red’ you would have probably realized that any comparison you make is something from your own visual perception.

Sounding quite confusing, we at Greenlemon has decided to talk about how to describe colors. Just recently, a Twitter User stated a thread requesting how to explain colors to a blind person who has no visual reference. And expectedly, responses started rolling in!

Someone Discovered A Post About How A Blind Person Had Colors Described To Her

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Instantly, The Post Reminded Internet Users Of Other Pieces Of Writing They Had Seen

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One particular user made a great point, revealing that our (humans) emotional association with color is subjective. The user-described colors as symbolism from one culture to another. For many years, numerous designers have continually been careful with the colors they use for marketing products. While color like Red might place some people in high spirits, some individuals in the Middle Eastern Culture consider Red as a warning sign.

Internet Users Appreciated The Writing, But Doubt It’s Possible To Describe Colors Accurately

On The Other Hand, Here’s How Some Commenters Described Colors

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