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.
 

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LightSeaGreen

 

V/S

LightGoldenRodYellow

 
 
I prefer LightSeaGreen I prefer LightGoldenRodYellow



Yellow was a winner against Turquoise
Yellow has a win rate of 50.72%

LightSeaGreen was a winner against MediumAquaMarine
LightSeaGreen has a win rate of 53.94%

SteelBlue was a winner against CornflowerBlue
SteelBlue has a win rate of 52.53%

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

Cyan was a winner against VioletRed
Cyan has a win rate of 53.3%

LimeGreen was a winner against Teal
LimeGreen has a win rate of 52.03%

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

Gray was a winner against Blue
Gray has a win rate of 48.02%

Gray was a winner against LightSlateGray
LightSlateGray has a win rate of 48.02%

MidnightBlue was a winner against Brown
MidnightBlue has a win rate of 53.1%

DarkKhaki was a winner against HoneyDew
DarkKhaki has a win rate of 44.12%

Chartreuse was a winner against IndianRed
IndianRed has a win rate of 49.73%

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