it's colour coded for a reason! :)

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So my sisters friend has been calling her all day asking her random questions like “favourite colour? favourite chocolates? what are things you really want to do/achieve in 2017?” etc etc.
We were all very ???? about the whole situation but just ignored it.
Fast forward to 5:30pm and my sisters friend drops this off at our door. Its a late Christmas present for my sister whose been feeling rather down recently with school and relationships.
Inside the package is;
A hot chocolate scented candle
A box of Favourites chocolates
And a jar of 365 cute little notes (one for each day of 2017) which are colour coded to what my sister wants to read.
The categories range from “cute quotes + lyrics” to “things we have to do/bucket list” and “reasons why I love you.” 
I honestly think that this is the cutest thing ever and tbh I aspire to be this kind of friend. 

anonymous asked:

I don't think it's a matter of which colours you use. People are perfectly capable of recognizing racism in purple and orange. We all know what it really stands for. The real issue is with colour-coding good and bad. And having a good and a bad group in the first place is oversimplifying. Most likely both your groups of people will do what they do for reasons that make perfect sense to them. They'll call the others bad, but ultimately they probably all want what they think is due to them.