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What Your Kid's Favorite Color Really Means

I did some digging into what a child's favorite color actually says about their identity, and the results are astounding.
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Roses are red, violets are blue, what a favorite color says about a kid is really, really true. It's common knowledge that girls like pink and boys like blue and that there's no changing that.

Or is there?

Well, I did some digging into what a child's favorite color actually says about their identity, and the results are astounding.

Red

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Boy: Their favorite color is red.

Girl: Their favorite color is red.

Yellow

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Boy: Their favorite color is yellow.

Girl: Their favorite color is yellow.

Green

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Boy: Their favorite color is green.

Girl: Their favorite color is green.

Blue

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Boy: Their favorite color is blue.

Girl: Their favorite color is blue.

Purple

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Boy: Their favorite color is purple.

Girl: Their favorite color is purple.

Pink

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Boy: Their favorite color is pink.

Girl: Their favorite color is pink.

Black

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Boy: Their favorite color is black.

Girl: Their favorite color is black.

White

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Boy: Their favorite color is white.

Girl: Their favorite color is white.

Burgundy

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Boy: Their favorite color is burgundy.

Girl: Their favorite color is burgundy.

Chartreuse

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Boy: Their favorite color is chartreuse. And they have an advanced knowledge of the color palette.

Girl: Their favorite color is chartreuse. And they have an advanced knowledge of the color palette.

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