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Can we add Carmine to the the colour table?

You know, this one. Barcode711 20:31, 26 December 2007 (UTC)


Apparently the color orange was invented around the time LSD was invented. You see, the psychotropic properties expanded a person's view into believing that the primary colors(Red, Yellow, and Chuck Norris) were in themselves a sham devised to keep the creative eye blind to the world of colors behind the primary colors's coatrack of bland houndstooth sportjackets. Unfortunately, the LSD also rendered 93.81% of users incapable of spelling COLOUR correctly, so when orange was finally publiclly released, noone in europe could understand what they were talking about. DJ Mixerr 20:00, May 23, 2010 (UTC) DJMIXERR (talk)(contributions)

Spelling conventions again

I think there really ought to be an article at color too. It would be funnier. Not to do so, and to bicker with American readers in the article, just reflects our bias towards British English, don't you think? For what it's worth, Wikipedia's colour article redirects to color, rather than the other way round. -– Llwy-ar-lawr talk contribs 18:28, March 18, 2013 (UTC)

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