Car Color Psychology

November 9, 2013 @ Tier10Lab

What Your Car Color Says About You:

  • Silver: You are calm, cool, elegant, futuristic and possibly detached
  • White: You are fastidious, enjoy a simple life, have a strong attention to detail and are possibly a perfectionist
  • Green: You are trustworthy, traditional and balanced, but can also be lively and occasionally hysterical
  • Brown/Beige: You are practical, reliable, down-to-earth and pragmatic.
  • Yellow: You are upbeat, intelligent and young at heart
  • Grey: You are calm, sober and very career-driven
  • Blue: You are confident, quiet and dependable
  • Red: You are energetic, dynamic and have a lust for life
  • Pink: You are gentle, loving and caring
  • Black: You are conservative, empowered, elegant and professional
  • Purple: You are creative, unafraid of stepping outside of the norm and happy to be seen as unique
The devious cheesemakers of the 17th century used these colorings to pass their products off as the full-fat, naturally yellowish-orange cheese that Londoners had come to expect.

Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/krafts-new-natural-cheese-dyes-were-the-key-ingredient-in-a-17th-century-scam-180947648/#4YizO77y97dUfhxQ.99
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Kraft’s new orange dye was used in the 17th century to trick people into thinking cheese was better than it was

Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/krafts-new-natural-cheese-dyes-were-the-key-ingredient-in-a-17th-century-scam-180947648/#4YizO77y97dUfhxQ.99
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Kraft’s new orange dye was used in the 17th century to trick people into thinking cheese was better than it was

Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/krafts-new-natural-cheese-dyes-were-the-key-ingredient-in-a-17th-century-scam-180947648/#4YizO77y97dUfhxQ.99
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Kraft’s new orange dye was used in the 17th century to trick people into thinking cheese was better than it was

Read more: http://www.smithsonianmag.com/smart-news/krafts-new-natural-cheese-dyes-were-the-key-ingredient-in-a-17th-century-scam-180947648/#4YizO77y97dUfhxQ.99
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