One theory states that the phrase has its origin around the time of the creation of the first coloring book, in the 1870's. These coloring books (much like later color by number books) would have instructions like “color the sky blue”, “color the duck yellow” and gradually that led to the “well color me….” expression.
In its most basic sense, “color me” means “consider me” or “regard me as,” often in a jocular sense (“Me — I just left. — Color me gone.” 1963), although it can be used to impart serious emotion as well (“Well, color me stupid, because I didn't want to believe he was seeing another woman,” T.
An exclamation used to indicate some particular emotion or condition. You did the dishes and cleaned your room? Well, color me amazed—I never thought the day would come!
If somebody says something that is surprising, embarrassing or shocking, a response might be “Well colour me pink!” It's very colloquial, and you can say it in front of your grandmother or maiden aunt without embarrassing them. In a formal context, it would probably get an embarrassed laugh.
1. To cover someone or something with color. A noun or pronoun can be used between "color" and "up." I do all the drawings in ink, and a friend of mine colors them up for me. 3. To become red in the face, as from embarrassment, to blush.
Color me blue means to fill one with melancholy or sadness.
The expression means that the person has just learned something surprising, possibly contrary to what they had ever believed or what they believed would happen.
Many assume because of its name that “color blind” means a person can only see in black and white. Put simply, color confusion is when someone mistakenly identifies a color, for example calling something orange when it is actually green. Color blindness is an often misunderstood condition.
Color me gone. Presumably it comes from the instructions in a children's colouring book and means to give an appropriate colour or description to something or someone. It may have a literal association with "to show one's true colours."
To make someone appear evil, malicious, or ill intentioned. He argued that the film was edited to paint him black, taking his statements out of context and mixing them with ominous music.
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Paint it black is means : Burn the people with napalm , bombing them from sky - That it means.
Sl. to go out and celebrate, to go on a drinking bout, to get drunk. I feel like celebrating my promotion. Let's go out and paint the town.
13 Southern Sayings That The Rest Of America Won't Understand“We're living in high cotton.” “She was madder than a wet hen.” “He could eat corn through a picket fence.” “You can't make a silk purse out of a sow's ear.” “You look rode hard and put up wet.” “He's as drunk as Cooter Brown.”
to please someone, so that that person will do what you want them to do. The metaphor is that putting butter on something makes it less dry and easier to eat. This is extended, as butter on toast becomes warm and soft.
Thousands of hands emanate from the statue's back in countless concentric rows, while its two main hands are clasped as if in prayer. The statue can serve a variety of purposes in battle from fighting on Hashirama's behalf, to defending and even using other techniques with it.
It is revealed in the final chapter that Sai and Ino are married and have a son named Inojin Yamanaka. Sai is the only known male character in the series to take on his spouse's surname upon marriage.