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“It's easy to BE green, but it's not easy to watch”
~ Ms. Piggy on her marriage
“Left a bit, left a bit!”
~ Tiger Woods on a green
“Oh, Edmund, can it be true? that I hold here, in my mortal hand, a nugget of purest green?”
~ Percy on being a master alchemist
“Down With Green!”
~ Red
Kermmie

Kermit the Frog. He's here 'cos he's green. And he knows it.

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For those without comedic tastes, the so-called experts at Wikipedia think they have an article about Green.

Green first appeared on earth around 44 BC when Osama Bin Laden brought it with him from Neptune. Green began to spread as a virus until it became the fourth color in the rainbow and it became happy with that status. However, green has been cloned many times, and these clones can be found all over the place.

This is a completely different thing to a Green. In school it was a loner, forced to sit at the mixed-color table at lunch while the subtractive primary colors laughed it up on their side of the cafeteria, and many people just scoffed at the Green Party movement that attempted to bring about some economic and social gains for Green.

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This is a perfect example of the colour green. For those who are smoking marijuana, this image would be seen as a dark shade of purple

In the early 1970s, Green accidentally invented Internet Humor while reading some pornography. This is widely regarded as a bad move.

The 1980s were perhaps the ultimate low point for Green , as Yellow, Red and Blue became the only colors used for clothing, art and anything else. In recent years Green 's status has improved a bit, largely due to die-hard Green advocates such as Ralph Nader, Link, and Kermit the Frog, but even now it ain't easy being Green and it probably won't be for a long time yet.

There is some hope, however, as Red and Blue are fighting a war, and will both be weakened as a result.

Green's archnemesis is Blue. Green's most complementary ally is Purple.

St. Patrick's Day is probably Green's most useful contribution to the world as we know it.

One of the most famous uses of the colour green is the use of Green Lightbulbs commonly used to fight nuclear wars.

See also


CHART OF PRIMARY COLOURSColoursColors

Brown Red Orange Gold Yellow Olive Green Cyan

Blue Indigo Purple Violet Pink Black Gray/Grey Silver White Beige

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