Color my world… pink

What your favorite color says about you? (I had planned on blue for my next color but opted for pink in honor of the recently passed Valentine’s Day.)


FROM HOT PINK TO THE PALEST PINK this color has a wide variety of hues, meanings, connotations and associations. Here are just a few: pink cadillacs, bubblegum, cotton candy, cherry blossoms, pigs, flamingos, ballet slippers, tutus, Pink Floyd and Pepto Bismol.

Pink has traditionally been considered the a color of femininity… newborn baby girls, prom queens and bridesmaid dresses. Anti-feminists may look at pink as being old fashioned or used to represent repression. And, of course, there is the underlying sexual connotation of pink.

Pink is essentially considered to be a shade of red with white or elements of other colors throw in. I would not call it my favorite, however I still do like it quite muchly.


The Color Psychology of Pink” by VeryWellMind


Here is the breakdown of color preference by gender for the color pink compared to the world’s most popular color :

Pink: Pink: Male 1%, Female 7%
Blue: Male 42%, Female 29%

This information is derived from this highly interesting article: “What Does Your Favorite Color Say About You?” by Loiuse Myers.


Personality traits:

  • Fun
  • Easygoing and approachable
  • Playful
  • Loving
  • Optimistic
  • Maybe a little naive
  • Encouraging
  • Compassionate
  • You wear your heart on your sleeve and aren’t afraid to express your emotions
  • Love and family are important to you

Based in part on this article from Big Think: “Color psychology: What does your favorite color say about your personality?“.


Scroll down for photos, links to recipes, quotes, movie, song titles, etc.


Can a
Pink Velvet Cheesecake Swirl Brownies (Can a brownie still be a brownie if it’s not brown? Ah, who really cares?)

Best pink desserts, Pretty in Pink Desserts

24 PRETTY IN PINK DESSERTS

This Silly Girls Kitchen


45 Pretty & Pink Desserts – Taste of Home



Pink in song titles
Pink Cadillac (1984) - Bruce Springsteen
A White Sport Coat (and a Pink Carnation (1957) - Marty Robbins
Pink (1997) - Areosmith 
Pink Houses (1983) - John Cougar Mellencamp
Pretty in Pink - (1981) - The Psychedelic Furs
Pink Elephants on Parade (1941) - Disney
Pink Guitar (2009) by Reba McEntire
32 Songs With the Color Pink in the Title
Songs titles with the color pink in the title

Pink Cadillac, Things that are pink
Pink Cadillac, Elvis loved ’em!

Pink in movie titles
Pretty in Pink (1986)
Pink Panther (Various)
Pink Cadillac (1989)
Pink Flamingos (1972)
Pink Floyd - The Wall (1982)
The Best Movies With Pink in the Title

Pink ladies, Grease, Things that are pink
Pink Ladies

Pink quotes
"She's too pure to be pink." - Grease (1978)
"Pink is my signature color." - Steel Magnolias (1989)
"On Wednesdays, we wear pink." - Mean Girls (2004)
"Whoever said orange was the new pink was seriously disturbed." - Legally Blonde (2001)
"Pink isn't just a color, it's an attitude!" - Miley Cyrus
"I fell off my pink cloud with a thud." - Elizabeth Taylor
"Tickle me pink."
"Pink makes me happy when I'm blue."

What the color pink says about you, favorite color pink
Unsplash

21 Pictures Of Pink Things To Soothe Your Weary Soul

Things that are pink on Pinterest

Princess for a day: Majestic gowns


Things that are pink
Things that are pink, beautiful sunset
Things that are pink, hot pink lips


Yes I'm a girl and pink is not my favorite color.
Things that are pink, favorite color pink

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16 thoughts on “Color my world… pink

  1. Honestly, Adora, pink’s not my top color, though I have nothing against it, either. Of course, the with the vast collection you share, there’s bound to be something which appeals to every aesthetic, every taste. In most cases, many things.

    As for the brownie question, exactly, who really cares? To the color blind, or in black-and-white photos, they all look the same anyway. So much for appearances; it’s the tasty “brownie” that’s on the inside that counts. Let’s end dessert superficiality here and now!

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    1. Dessert superficiality… wow, now that is a term! I certainly would never want my desert to be superficial, ever! I make a point to only consume desserts that are genuine and thoughtful.

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    1. Oh, no burgandy for you, lol. Blue is a wondeful color. My mother’s favorite color was blue and my daughter’s favorite color is blue… mine is red. My grandma is not alive to ask but when she was I remember her having a lot of red stuff… red lipstick… so maybe that was her favorite… would be interesting to know!

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  2. It’s been said that pink was a peculiarly male color as it stood for the flesh which hunters – usually male – who sought out the day’s meal. Blue was seen as more of a female color, being suggestive of serene, more meditative and reflective frames of mind. Not making a decisive statement, of course, but I thought that was amusing when I first heard, and I don’t recall who first told me. I used to have a favorite hot pink, long-sleeved shirt that I wore (in 6th grade) with turquoise cufflinks. Today, I am not such a paragon of sartorial splendor, but I root for all colors, anyway, though red and black compete for my top spot.

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    1. Wow, that is quite remarkable. It’s funny how things change over time. I recall in the 80s how men took to wearing pink shirts. I think that must have went out with “grunge” in the 90s I guess. But now it’s making a comeback I’ve noticed. Maybe it’s always been like that even in the hunter/gatherer era. Surely fashion trends aren’t such a modern thing after all. I’m sure the hot pink shirt and turquoise cuff-links were just the bomb!

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