Over 130,000 people from all points on the globe took the survey. Here are the results to date:

Happy – Yellow
Pure – White
Good Luck – Green
Good-tasting – Red (tomato)
Dignity – Dark Blue
High Technology – Silver
Sexiness – Red (tomato)
Mourning – Black
Expensive – Gold
Inexpensive – Brown
Powerful – Red (tomato)
Dependable – Blue
High Quality – Gold
Nausea – Muted Yellow
Deity – White
Bad Luck – Black
Favorite Color – Blue
Least Favorite Color – Dark Yellow

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logo |ˈlōgō|
noun ( pl.
a symbol or other small design adopted by an organization to identify its products, uniform, vehicles, etc.
: the Olympic logo was emblazoned across the tracksuits.
ORIGIN 1930s: abbreviation of
logogram or logotype .

The concept of a logo, or logogram is not new. For centuries, countries have flown flags, military units have used banners to identify themselves and rally troops in the heat of battle, and noble houses have used a coat of arms. In most cases, these objects used symbolism to represent some unique feature, or some significant or heroic deed from the past. Since these early symbols would most likely be involved in the fog of war at some time, they had one feature in common: they were instantly recognizable at a glance from their unique design, shape, or colour. Continue reading