Reply by: mxtsinclair Posted: Aug. 4, 1:39:46 PM Points: 172
I want to ask you a question and I by no means intend this to be rude or insensitive, it is purely curiosity so please don't take offense to it, and if it does then I apologize. I've always been curious of the way people with different conditions experience things, such as your case with colorblindness.
For me one of the big factors in my decision of a "favorite fish" is color, which is why the Brooke is my favorite. I wanted to ask if you had a favorite fish and what sort of things determine your favorite fish?
I realize there are many different types of colorblindness and color could still be a factor in deciding. Again just pure genuine curiosity.
Reply by: Forkin-Fish Posted: Aug. 4, 10:32:33 PM Points: 10
Hey mxtsinclair, absolutely no offense taken. My favorite fish is the one on my hook, hahaha. Seriously that is a good question. I do see some colors but often see them ďwrongĒ like green looks brown, red looks green, I donít know Purple, everything in that spectrum is blue to me etc. So like for this fish, I could still tell it was pretty just donít see all the colors or the same way you would see them. Hope that helps and answers your question.