Classically conditioned pen-induced hypergraphia. (passtheflies) wrote in alwaysask,
Classically conditioned pen-induced hypergraphia.

The recent color post got me thinking...

Why don't people like orange crayons? For most people, the orange crayon is less used than even the white crayon (considering that most children don't realize they don't have to color a white piece of paper white ;-)). When looking at an average box of crayons, the orange crayon is still sharp, but the rest are all rounded down after much use. It makes me sad ;-) But other than that, why don't people like orange crayons (or orange in general)?
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