Thursday, March 19, 2009

Talk Thursday // Crayola CrAzY

If you could be any color crayon, what color would you be?


I think I would be Mac 'n' Cheese. This is the description from Crayola regarding this particular crayon color: 

"Personality Traits for this hue: *warm* *sociable* *good-natured* *jovial* *glowing* "

I'll take it! I love Mac 'n' Cheese AND it's orange-y, which is my favorite color. It makes so much sense!

So, go on, Tickle-Us-Pink with your choice! =)

7 comments:

Chris.Maples said...

I'm a mix of the blues and the pinks and probably the greens.

I loves me some denim though. And Bryan Adams loves denim, so how on earth could I go wrong there?

Jenny said...

Well, I took this entirely too seriously and searched all over the internet to find just exactly what color I am. According to Drs. Bennet and their obsession with true colors.... that would probably make me a green or gold or... something, BUT...
one quiz said that I was sky blue. Crayola.com describes the personality traits of sky blue as *cold* *calm* *relaxed* *loyal* *melancholy* - not sure how I feel about that. I guess the loyal works, but I am not cold, I generally have a hard time staying clam, and no one wants to describe themselves as melancholy, so...
If I were going to pick a color independently it would be razzmatazz = because it's pinkish and it has a fun name. The personality traits that crayola.com connect with that color (and any other color in the red hue, come to find out) are *hot* *energetic* *loud* *courageous* *powerful* . I am not sure those are any more accurate, but I like them better, so...

Razzmatazz. That's my final answer.

Loves and hugs, my mac n chesse friend.

JD said...

bennets' thing tagged me as a green. but, i don't think those colors correspond very well with reality. i've always liked the color blue. yes, it is cold, calm, relaxed, loyal, melancholy; and i suppose i am those things, but it is also refreshing, deep comforting. at least things that are colored blue are those things.

so, i'm going to go with blue.

Nic said...

I will confidently choose teal. It makes me think of freedom. and it's a mix of colors. And well....I'm just a mix with some freedom thrown in myself.

So that is my color choice though I have an insatiable love for fuschia!

Word verification: wousnet(!)

Nic said...

PS: I think you would like this blog (in general, not just this post). http://mondokblog.blogspot.com/2009/03/other-side-of-church-growth.html

Anonymous said...

Coral... definitely coral.

Or red.

*Adina*

Sage and Cinnamon said...

royal purple, the purple hue is described by crayola as
*majestic* *magical* *visionary* *royal* *intuitive*

not sure all those apply to me but Queen Elizabeth has a nice ring to it I'm sure you'd agree