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Definition funny of Colour:
A concept invented by John Logie Baird in 1928 when he got bored with black and white. Black and white is considered to be more "classic" and timeless by most people, with colour generally only accepted in today's world as a means to making commentary on televised snooker tournaments simpler.
John Logie Baird (turning in grave): If I could turn back time, I think on balance I wouldn't have invented colour. Graverobber: Why is that John? Baird: I just don't think it has stood the test of time.
Colour: One's perception of hue, lightness/brightness and saturation. Note: This is the British and Canadian way of spelling colour, therefore, the correct way. I realize that American's think that they invented the English language (along with everything else)but they did not. The Brits or ENGLISH invented the language (where do you think the name came from?). Why do American's spell it color? Years ago when the first American dictionary was written, the person writing it was a horrible speller.
There are so many different pronounciations or accents in the United States, cul-er, call-or, cull-lur, cul-our, cal-or, etc. I'm surprised they can spell anything correctly, because they seem to have difficulty with phonetics. I love my new colouring book and crayons! Do you want to colour with me? His depiction of the situation is coloured due to his personal involvement.
The _original_ and proper way of spelling colour. The Americans only spell it because they're incapable of understanding silent letters or how 'ph' sounds like 'f'
It's coloUr you retard - Get an education dumbass
The british spelling of color... americans say color
Songs about Colour:
Colour by Wild Cub from the Album Youth
Colour My World (Remastered LP Version #2/GH) by Chicago from the Album The Very Best Of: Only The Beginning (US Release)
Hoist the Colours by Hans Zimmer from the Album Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End
Colour My World by Chicago from the Album Chicago IX - Chicago's Greatest Hits
Colour My World (Remastered) by Chicago from the Album Chicago II
Colour Bomb by The Wildlife from the Album Candy Crushed Sample
The Colour Of Love by Billy Ocean from the Album Greatest Hits
Books about Colour:
Colour by Rudolf Steiner (Jun 1992)
Colours by Rem Koolhaas, Norman Foster, Alessandro Mendini and Gerhard Mack (Sep 1, 2001)
Colour Recipes for Painted Furniture and More by Annie Sloan (Mar 14, 2013)
Colour Me Good Benedict Cumberbatch by Mel Elliott (Jun 15, 2014)
Colour Me Good Tom Hiddleston by Mel Elliott (Dec 15, 2014)
Colour Styling And Personal Shopping: one will get to learn personal styling, color styling, color psychology,... by Kaushal Faldu (Sep 23, 2014)
Colour Me Good James Franco by Mel Elliott (Dec 15, 2014)
Movies about Colour:
Living Colour - The Paris Concert 2008 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 48 mins Directed by: Unavailable
Cosmos Global Documentaries AFRICA Colours Of The Dark Continent 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 53 mins Directed by: TravelVideoStore.com
Living Colour - On Stage At World Cafe Live [HD] 2011 NR CC - Runtime: 59 mins Starring: Living Color Directed by: Inakustik
Colour From the Dark 2010 NR - Runtime: 1 hr 32 mins Starring: Debbie Rochon, Michael Segal, et al. Directed by: Ivan Zuccon
City and Colour: A Performance at Littlefield [HD] 2012 NR CC - Runtime: 32 mins Directed by: LLC Baeble Media
Mini Masterminds - Shapes And Colours 2013 NR - Runtime: 51 mins Directed by: Unavailable
Japan's War in Colour 2005 NR - Runtime: 2 hrs 31 mins Starring: Brian Cox
Wiki information Colour:
Watercolor or watercolour, also aquarelle from French, is a painting method in which the paints are made of pigments suspended in a water-soluble vehicle. The term "watercolor" refers to both the medium and the resulting artwork. The traditional and...
Color or colour is the visual perceptual property corresponding in humans to the categories called red, blue, yellow, green and others. Color derives from the spectrum of light interacting in the eye with the spectral sensitivities of the light...