On eye colors

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  1. aaqucnaona This sentence is a lie Valued Senior Member

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    1.What color are your eyes?
    2.What color eye would you want to have [if you already have them, whats the second in line]?
    3.What do each of the following eye colours suggest to you about a person -
    Black
    Brown
    Amber
    Grey
    Steel
    Light blue
    Brilliant Blue
    Green
    4. Whats you favorite eye color?
     
  2. Pandaemoni Valued Senior Member

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    1.What color are your eyes?

    Brown



    2.What color eye would you want to have?

    Doesn't matter, brown is fine.



    3.What do each of the following eye colours suggest to you about a person -

    Black - nothing, eye-color says nothing about a person
    Brown - nothing, eye-color says nothing about a person
    Amber - nothing, eye-color says nothing about a person
    Grey - nothing, eye-color says nothing about a person
    Steel - cyborg
    Light blue - nothing, eye-color says nothing about a person
    Brilliant Blue - nothing, eye-color says nothing about a person
    Green - sociopath, obviously



    4. Whats you favorite eye color?

    I don't really have one.
     
  3. Twelve Registered Senior Member

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    Did you met many sociopaths having green eyes?
     
  4. scheherazade Northern Horse Whisperer Valued Senior Member

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    My drivers license has 'Hazel' as the eye color.

    If one had to describe them as either blue or brown, the simple answer would be brown.

    Other people have told me that my eyes change color with my energy level and mood, sometimes looking quite green but they are not a distinct green.

    Depending on what I choose to wear, I can emphasize the brown or the more changeable green/golden tints.

    I usually emphasize the brown because it is more calming to people. From much experience with animals, I have found that a direct gaze (not staring) can be unsettling to dogs, horses, birds and humans.

    Though I do not follow astrology, I have researched it somewhat and the mere mention that I am a Scorpio is usually enough to cause alarm in some, lol....:D

    Interesting to observe people and the things they react to. :cool:
     
  5. scheherazade Northern Horse Whisperer Valued Senior Member

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    I like your answer Pandaemoni, and I quite agree, eye color is random genetics, nothing more.

    Still, I take advantage of complimentary colors because our species has such a knee-jerk reaction to so many things, without even understanding why. :shrug:
     
  6. aaqucnaona This sentence is a lie Valued Senior Member

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    My eyes are chocolate brown but I would have loved to have brilliant blue like nicolas cage in ghost rider. Those jewel like sparkling bright blue eyes - I wish I had them.
     
  7. Xotica Everyday I’m Shufflin Registered Senior Member

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    1.What color are your eyes?
    Brilliant Blue

    2.What color eye would you want to have [if you already have them, whats the second in line]?
    No preference

    3.What do each of the following eye colours suggest to you about a person -
    Eye color is genetic and suggests nothing either tangible or intangible

    4.Whats you favorite eye color?
    No preference
     
  8. Enmos Staff Member

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    Brown.
    I am sometimes told that they look green. Must be the lighting.

    I don't care. I'm fine with brown.

    Nothing.
    Is black an eye color?

    Dark. So brown or green.
     
  9. domesticated om Interplanetary homesteader Valued Senior Member

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    Brown
     
  10. aaqucnaona This sentence is a lie Valued Senior Member

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    Yes, extremely dark brown eyes are black unless looked at under a light. And to all - eye colour is list nose shape or chins - it suggests somethings about the person, even that it may not be representative of actual traits.
     
  11. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    Bright yellow. *

    I don't have a particular preference.

    Black - most likely they are an evil alien reptile.
    Brown - stock-standard human being who received at least one dominant gene from at least one parent.
    Amber - would make a good pedestrian crossing guard?
    Grey - It's a cloudy day and that blue isn't showing through too well.
    Steel - Reminds me of that Ben Stiller movie about the male models. What was it called again - Zoolander?
    Light blue - It's a sunny day and the blue is showing up in the sun.
    Brilliant Blue - The person is most likely modelling under bright lights.
    Green - Probably an evil witch or warlock. Optionally, could be another evil alien reptile.[/quote]

    Not too fussed.

    * Ok, I lied. Really they're basically blue, or if you want to be artsy about it, blue-grey.
     
  12. aaqucnaona This sentence is a lie Valued Senior Member

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    Nice!
     
    Last edited: Mar 13, 2012
  13. Arioch Valued Senior Member

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    My eyes change color depending on the lighting, what would that be under?
     
  14. scheherazade Northern Horse Whisperer Valued Senior Member

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    Enhanced. :)

    Would that be under artificial or natural light?

    Personally, I think all eye color is best assessed under natural lighting but even then that will be variable to some degree depending on the season and location theoretically.
     
  15. Arioch Valued Senior Member

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    Both, it seems to depend mainly on the angle of the light hitting my eyes, but natural light tends to produce the most vivid colors(such as a brilliant shade of green when my eyes are normally either brownish or blueish).
     

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