Favorite Colors allows you to express yourself in colors! What color do you like, what color do you hate. You may also find yourself facing two colors you dislike or two colors you like a lot, and you have to chose one.
This exercise will help you relax, and help you find your inner self. Enjoy.
 

You already voted for this color combo, here is another set.


Chocolate

 

V/S

Chartreuse

 
 
I prefer Chocolate I prefer Chartreuse



Cornsilk was a winner against SpringGreen
SpringGreen has a win rate of 50.18%

Peru was a winner against BurlyWood
Peru has a win rate of 45.56%

SeaShell was a winner against Teal
SeaShell has a win rate of 50.99%

LightCyan was a winner against Orange
LightCyan has a win rate of 45.87%

MediumSpringGreen was a winner against LavenderBlush
MediumSpringGreen has a win rate of 55.19%

Ivory was a winner against Peru
Peru has a win rate of 50.75%

LightPink was a winner against Blue
Blue has a win rate of 52.63%

AliceBlue was a winner against SteelBlue
SteelBlue has a win rate of 45.33%

RoyalBlue was a winner against LightPink
LightPink has a win rate of 53.11%

PaleGoldenRod was a winner against DarkOliveGreen
PaleGoldenRod has a win rate of 42.66%

Violet was a winner against MediumTurquoise
Violet has a win rate of 45.93%

OrangeRed was a winner against DarkCyan
DarkCyan has a win rate of 53.28%

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Almost every modern film is shot in color, but not all are conceived in color. Two eye-popping DVD releases from Criterion, ? Black Narcissus ? and ? Red Desert , demonstrate the difference.
Color-coded terror warnings on track to disappear (Wed, 24 Nov 2010 13:53:21 -0800)
WASHINGTON -- Goodbye danger defined as yellow, orange and red. The Homeland Security Department is looking to scrap the five-tiered color-coded terror warning system in favor of a streamlined one with as few as two alerts. The post-9/11, Bush-era system has been criticized as too vague to be useful...
Color-coded terror alerts may end (Wed, 24 Nov 2010 06:45:46 -0800)
The Homeland Security Department is proposing to discontinue the color-coded terror alert system that became a symbol of the country's post-9/11 jitters and the butt of late-night talk show jokes.
Color-Coded Terror Alerts to Be Dropped by Homeland Security (Wed, 24 Nov 2010 03:24:02 -0800)
The color-coded system was long the subject of jokes, and critics said it did little good.