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When you are lucky enough to be born with four (not three) vision cones and can see all the really cool colors, you understand that color has power beyond simple good taste.
Although good taste is always nice too.
Speaking of good taste, according to modern color psychology “white” is considered to be the color of perfection.
“Gray,” on the other hand, is the color of a true diplomat – a being of advanced intellect who has achieved inner poise and balance.
In other words – a being with feathers.
However, being covered in grey and white feathers is not all sunshine and waffles.
Having such advanced “alpha” coloration also comes with certain obligations and responsibilities to your “beta” flock mates.
Take your large featherless assistant, for instance. She sometimes (often) has a tendency to get a touch (ton) anxious.
This is always the right time to make use of your keen powers of color perception and perch on something colorfully calming.
Like a fluffy, huggable, soft and cushy round blue thing.
Not only does this type of perch feel extra comfy under your cute pink feet, but blue is the color of calm.
In other words, the opposite of your assistant’s typical personality.
When she sees you perching on top of the big blue thing, she will feel calmer.
And you will look even cuter, since deep blue (or any color) sets off your own grey and white coloration to perfection.