Are you colour-blind?

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This really simple test will allow you to find out if you are color-blind. Do this test step by step : look at the picture for approximately ten seconds and then answer the question.

First step

What do you see ?

  1. A black A behind a grid
  2. A black A before a grid
  3. Nothing but a grid


Step 2

What do you see ?

  1. A grey A behind a red grid
  2. A grey A before a red grid
  3. A green grid behind a grey A

Step 3

What do you see ?

  1. A green spot, a yellow one, a red one, a blue one
  2. A green spot, a yellow one, a purple one, a yellow-orange one
  3. Nothing but a grid

Step 4

What do you see ?

  1. Nothing but a grid
  2. A blue A before a grid
  3. A blue A behind a grid

Step 5

What do you see ?

  1. A green F, maybe
  2. A red F
  3. A blue A

Step 6

What don't you see ?

  1. Nothing
  2. A pony frisking in a dale
  3. A mauve grid, a really cute one

Step 7

What do you see ?

  1. A pink spot, a blue one, hum...
  2. A pink spot, a blue one, a green one, a red one, a blue one, a green one, a pink one, a red one, a blue one, a turquoise blue one, a blue one, a green one, a yellow one, a red one.
  3. A cat reading a poem

Step 8

What do you see ?

  1. A green G
  2. A red Q
  3. A pink background

Step 9

What do you see ?

  1. Plenty of colors
  2. A flock of vegetables
  3. Blood flowing from my eye

Step 10

What do you see ?

  1. Nothing, but I suddenly want to eat some meat
  2. Nothing, but I feel like I need a shovel
  3. Nothing, but what if I tried to put my cat in a closed bag, just to check if it floats?

Verdict : are you color-blind?

Now you are.

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