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COLOR IS FLAVOR FOR YOUR EYES.
Rainbows must be a continental breakfast then.
Quantum physics is easy to explain to anyone
to a kid?
Blue is like ice cubes, red is like a hot pan or the taste of peppers, yellow is like the warm sunshine you feel on your face, etc. I could find others. To me, purple could best be represented by the feeling of thick velvet. It's such a regal, heavy, and smooth color...
I'm pretty sure the only reason you associate those things with those colors is because you've seen water be blue, heat be read, peppers be red, and the sun be yellow and that a blind person would no better understand colors from that explanation.
Not really, that was coincidental, i think. I could also describe yellow as the sound of laughter but i associate with touch more than sound so i chose examples one could feel. It kinda just turned out the things i chose were also the same color.
Still, you associate those things with the color because you've seen the color and felt how the color makes you feel. If you tried to use those to explain what a color looked like, I don't think they'd have any better idea of what the color looked like, they'd just know how it makes you feel.