This is a question that I get asked a lot on my blog. Is beige vs taupe really that much of an issue? Well, just because there is a more beige tone to a color doesn’t mean it is taupe. If a color really is taupe, that means that the tone of the color is a bit higher than what it is in reality.
The problem with this is that tone isn’t actually something that everyone can agree on. The standard color that is most considered taupe is a blue hue, which means that the tone is a bit more light on the color spectrum than the standard. Because of this, beige and taupe have different tones. Beige tones are usually a little more neutral than taupe tones.
To be honest, I don’t really find this color thing that interesting. Why would anyone care about color, anyway? I mean, color is usually used to convey emotions. And if you’re going to judge color based on how it represents emotions, you’d think that we should just accept the standard, neutral color that we are already used to. This goes against the whole “tolerance” thing.
Well, there is a reason we dont like color. Because of this, we are taught to judge things based on the standard color that we are used to. So if we use a color that is very neutral, we will judge that color in a very neutral manner. I know, I know, that sounds stupid. And this goes against the whole tolerance thing.
While we do accept neutral colors, we don’t necessarily accept neutral emotions. We accept the emotion of anger in the face of a slight, but we don’t accept the anger in a face that has been beaten. The first time I saw someone beat someone with a belt, it was red. So I was upset, and I reacted in anger, and that was what made it okay.
The first time I saw someone beat someone with a belt, it was red. So I was upset, and I reacted in anger, and that was what made it okay.
The difference between how we feel in the face of pain and the face of beatings. It’s a similar distinction. While we’re able to recognize pain, we’re not able to recognize how we’re feeling when something as simple as beating someone with a belt feels like it’s going to hurt.
This is why I think the color of your shirt also matters. Beige vs taupe. The way I think about it, it’s almost the same thing, but taupe is more subtle and the same way beige is more overt and obvious. It all depends on the context.
I think its really useful to think about this too. When we see a pain in our face or a pain that isn’t obvious, its as if the pain is almost a constant threat, or as if we’re constantly being threatened by a pain that is lurking around the corner. The problem is the pain is not the same. When we’re beating someone, we’re not thinking about the pain that’s looming in the distance.
I think the reason why we see a lot of taupe in our life is because it doesn’t exist in beige. The pain that needs to be beaten, the pain that was there before, doesn’t exist in taupe. It doesn’t matter if your heart is beating, your ass is sore, or your nose is bleeding. The pain is still there, but you can’t see it. It is lurking around the corner.