Tasting colours? (synesthesia)
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#16:  Author: Robin PostPosted: Thu 10 Aug, 2006
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Math = Blue
English = Yellow
German = White
Biology = Green
Physics = Purple

By the way, the colours are not for the words, they're for the subjects.


Last edited by Robin on Fri 11 Aug, 2006; edited 1 time in total

#17:  Author: tapir PostPosted: Thu 10 Aug, 2006
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Wow, that about the man tasting his words sounds really weird. Iīd be talking to myself constantly wink5 . Anyways, I think synaesthesia is a really interesting topic. And btw, what colours is my name?

Martin

#18:  Author: Bruno PostPosted: Fri 11 Aug, 2006
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Tapir has always been an antique white–ish colour for me. And Martin is very orange. But that's just me. smile

#19:  Author: Sonia PostPosted: Fri 11 Aug, 2006
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Bruno wrote:
Tapir has always been an antique white–ish colour for me. And Martin is very orange. But that's just me. smile


Now I'd like to know what I am. In exchange for that knowledge, I shall tell you what color my mind associates with Bruno.

He's something like an indigo for me.

Of course, I don't have synaesthesia, but I can still associate colors with names if I think about them. Like I said already, the name Sonia is something like this, while my username is a completely different color.

BlissfulBlues is kind of an interesting one for me, since I can associate two different colors with the name. When I think of the name in my head, my inner monologue, it is more of a lavender type of color that matches with my avatar.

However, as soon as I typed my username out, it was completely different for me, seeing it written is more of a blue when I see it. No, it's two blues when I see it! As a whole, in my mind, it is a lavender. When I see it written, I split it up into the Blissful and the Blues.

I'd like to know what Bruno thinks, since he is the synaesthete. wink5

Oh, and as a sidenote, the name Bruno has always made me think of spaghetti. tounge1 It has nothing to do with the Bruno that we all know, it's just what I associate with that name for no apparent reason.

#20:  Author: Bruno PostPosted: Fri 11 Aug, 2006
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Blissful is pink and Blues is definately black. (Blue is blue. Blues is black. Most colours are what they are or similar to what they are. But there are a few exceptions, like crimson, lavander and all those weird names...)

Sonia is a grey colour.

*Bruno wonders what's the point of wanting to know how your name is seen by a weird person

After all, anyone can give opinions on that, only my opinions are irrational and most people's have some underlying reason. Which would make BlissfulBlues a tough name not to label blue...

#21:  Author: Robin PostPosted: Fri 11 Aug, 2006
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BlissfulBlues wrote:

Oh, and as a sidenote, the name Bruno has always made me think of spaghetti. tounge1 It has nothing to do with the Bruno that we all know, it's just what I associate with that name for no apparent reason.


There are several German pasta commercials where the German tennis star Steffi Graf promotes her Italian Spaghetti cook Bruno.

#22:  Author: tapir PostPosted: Fri 11 Aug, 2006
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Bruno wrote:

*Bruno wonders what's the point of wanting to know how your name is seen by a weird person


Guess itīs some horoscope like thing, you get a piece of information that might or might not have a background and try to fit it into the picture you got from yourself. You can always interpret it the way that seems nice. Orange and white? That means I am a warm and friendly yet also intelligent person wink5
To ask someone who isnīt a synaesthet isnīt as much fun, cause he isnīt so sure about what he says and also cause we understand how he does it, nothing mysterious about it.

But a bit more serious, I also like to check wether different persons think of the same colours. Btw, my girlfriend (hi smile ) , who says that she isnīt really a synaesthet but also often associates senses with other senses, thinks that martin is brown and red/orange.

#23:  Author: RLC Davidson PostPosted: Sat 12 Aug, 2006
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Math - fuschia
Science - blue
History - yellow
Reading - dark blue
English - red

tapir wrote:
And btw, what colours is my name?


Martin is a light blue. Tapir is a sort of light-yellowish ochre.

#24:  Author: Bruno PostPosted: Sat 12 Aug, 2006
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You're synæsthete and lefty? eek2 If you tell me you were taught to write with the right hand, I'll be scared out of my body! scared

#25:  Author: RLC Davidson PostPosted: Sat 12 Aug, 2006
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Actually it's really weird... writing and eating are just about the only things I do left-handed; everything else is right-handed. Rather, I can eat right-handed, but it's uncomfortable. Writing with my right hand takes me ages and almost always comes out unreadable.

#26:  Author: Presence of Light PostPosted: Sun 25 May, 2008
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I picked my shirt because I thought it tasted like orange sherbert

but that's because it looks like it!

#27:  Author: Stormdeluxe PostPosted: Sun 25 May, 2008
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Edit: Woah, didn't see there is a second page of discussion here. ehm, just take it as if this post was at the end of the first page tounge2

Mh, not necessarily every cross-sense connection means you are synastaethic.
For example:

Math is red for me. That's clear, nothing to change about. But if i think about it i have to realize that my first math classbooks (< does this word exist? I think about the thin ones to write in, how are they named in english?) were red.

Same thing for example for Sonia. Sonia is clearly a yellow name. But, thinking about it, I make the connection in German: Sonne (That's sun) is written similar to Sonja/Sonnja/Sonnia (That's the german equivalent of the name.) It also sounds similar in german. Therefore the connection.

So: You don't have it, if the effect is limited. I think there is no fixed border. But to a synasthaetic, the effect will occur everytime with every word or thing or.. whatever. It's remarkable, and there seems not to be a clear sense behind it. Also, they don't have to think about it.

If i think "hmm, what color could "french" as a subject have?" my subconcious will give me a color, be it based on something or just random.

Synasthaetics also connect other senses (though colors are common). One could associate a taste with a feeling. "Uh, that tastes rather silky/pointed/hard" or "that feels sour/sweet/bitter."

Anyways, it would interest me to try in my dreams. i could ask my subconciousness to show me why french seems blue to me. *g*

And a question: Do capital letters make a difference?

is "Marc" different from "marc" or "mArC" ? (and what color is it anyways, that's my name tounge2)

^^ i get really interested in such things ^^

#28:  Author: kTFox PostPosted: Sun 25 May, 2008
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I first heard someone saying that a color tastes like something is on The Simpson's and on Family Guy. It happens to me, sometimes when I drink something I say 'This tastes like blue'.

#29: synesthesia Author: sirius)(black PostPosted: Fri 18 Jul, 2008
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<mod>2 months does not make a topic dead. merged into existing topic </mod>
edit: haha, okay, i hadn't seen the last 3 posts, posts before that were of 2006,


i know there have been topics on this, but they died ages ago, but anyway, i've fairly recently become interested in synesthesia, which is, mixing of senses, i have read somewhere that it is comparable to seeing auras in the way that all young children possess the ability, but unlearn it(or desensitize from it) around the age of 4(at least, 1999 out of 2000), so i took a test for it last monday, did not expect to have syn, but got these results:
Element 1. Round 2. Round Value
A Blue Blue RIGHT
J Yellow Yellow RIGHT
U Brown Brown RIGHT
R Orange Orange RIGHT
B Red Red RIGHT
E Yellow Yellow RIGHT
G Green Green RIGHT
M Blue Green OK
8 Green Green RIGHT
3 Orange Orange RIGHT
2 Blue Blue RIGHT
Tue Red Yellow FALSE
Thu Green Orange FALSE
Sept Blue Blue RIGHT
7 Green Yellow OK

and tested it again today, with these results:

Element 1. Round 2. Round Value
A Blue Blue RIGHT
J Green Green RIGHT
U Brown Brown RIGHT
R Orange Blue FALSE
B Red Red RIGHT
E Yellow Yellow RIGHT
G Green Green RIGHT
M Blue Green OK
8 Orange Blue FALSE
3 Orange Orange RIGHT
2 Yellow Yellow RIGHT
Tue Yellow Yellow RIGHT
Thu Red Red RIGHT
Sept Blue Red FALSE
7 Blue Blue RIGHT

which was a shock, seeing as most colors match up pretty darned well, especially considering i do not usually associate colors with letters, (having read older topics, i suppose bruno can talk about this XD)

#30:  Author: Spartan76092 PostPosted: Fri 18 Jul, 2008
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I was watching a TV show on science channel about synesthesia people.

They said that when someone or something make's a sound you can see the colors with that sound. Like School, the first letter is Green the o's are gray and the l is yellow or something like this.

When the person tasted something bitter, they saw gray or something like that.

So do you actually see the colors? If you don't then you might not have synesthesia.



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