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    I don't have colours for days, I do for each subject I take at school though
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    I do it with everything; days of the week, subjects I did at school, numbers, places, names....weird. And yet I have never thought to look up whether anyone else did it or what term was given to it.

    But to answer your question, fridays are navy blue (maybe slightly darker).
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    Fridays are red for me too
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    My Fridays are blue. I didn't think anyone else did this!
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    I don't have colours for stuff :sad:
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    This is really interesting. I thought colour was like...a given. Well I do know a girl who dreams only in black and white. Never in colour. Which is unusual. I sometimes just dream sounds alone. :dontknow:
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    (Original post by ipulledhermione)
    For me they are red.

    Saturdays are black. Sunday's yellow, wednesday is blue, thursday grey, tuesday is orange and Monday is a sort of burgundy colour.


    Does anyone else see days/months in colours?

    I see the week as a D shape. Sat/Sun are the straight bits and the weekdays follow the curve -monday being top of curve and friday being at the end.
    Yes I do, perhaps asperger's for me has something to do with it?

    Anyway:

    Monday = the colour of crust on bread.
    Wednesday = navy blue
    Friday = orange
    Saturday = wavy like the sea
    Sunday = white

    none for tuesday or thursday.

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    i have no colours for days but instead of a D shape i see the weeks as an oblong...where the weekends are the short sides and the weekdays the long sides (so i see atleast 2 weeks at a time)...ive never mentioned it to anyone before :o:
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    Black according to amazon :p:
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    (Original post by someperson)
    i have no colours for days but instead of a D shape i see the weeks as an oblong...where the weekends are the short sides and the weekdays the long sides (so i see atleast 2 weeks at a time)...ive never mentioned it to anyone before :o:
    You're avatar makes me need to go bathroom
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    For me they are blue
    Monday-red
    Tuesday-yellow
    Wednesday-green
    Thursday-orange
    Friday-blue
    Saturday+Sunday-change on a regular basis
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    I always think of 1 as red and two as blue so hence monday is red and tuesday is blue. I think this may be because these are the predominant colours of Harry Potter books 1 and two. For other days/numbers the colour might vary a bit. Wednesdays and thursdays are usually purpleish colours. Friday is light blue/violet, saturday is light yellow and sunday is more of an amber colour.
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    I have colours for my different subjects
    for example physics is purple chemistry red maths blue, but not for days
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    it depends on what colour you've sent your font to.
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    (Original post by ipulledhermione)
    For me they are red.

    Saturdays are black. Sunday's yellow, wednesday is blue, thursday grey, tuesday is orange and Monday is a sort of burgundy colour.


    Does anyone else see days/months in colours?

    I see the week as a D shape. Sat/Sun are the straight bits and the weekdays follow the curve -monday being top of curve and friday being at the end.
    What are you smoking?
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    Days don't really have colours to me.

    Subjects, however, do. Geography is green & blue, physics is a rusty brown, English is a forest or racing green, mathematics is red, Spanish is yellow, French is blue . . .
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    You're normal.
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    My immediate thought was orange. :dontknow: And I stick by it, other colours just don't feel right.
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    Nope. Friday is before Saturday and after Thursday. Friday is day 5 of the week. Friday is before the weekend, and friday is rest day. Friday is never a colour though.
    Only subjects have a colour to me, though thats wearing off because all my books are the same coloured Pukka pads now.
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    i don't have a colour for them but i see them in a D shape but the other way round with the weekdays as the straight bits
    and summer is orange spring is yellow winter is white and autumn is brown
 
 
 
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