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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
User avatar #13 - pentol
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(05/08/2013) [-]
"84.7% of consumers cite color as the primary reason for buying a particular product"
i am saddened by this.
if you buy only based on appearance, you have no reason to believe you are buying a good product.
[sarcasm] i bet these people get affected by advertising too. ******* sheep [/sarcasm]
User avatar #19 to #13 - Durn
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(05/08/2013) [-]
I want to buy red paint.
I want to buy a blue pair of jeans.
I want to buy an HB 4 pencil.
I want to buy black sneakers.
I want to buy a wooden floor.

What the **** do you want me to buy? If I want a pair of black sneakers, I'm going to ******* get a pair of black sneakers. I'm not going to go out and change my choice of sneakers just because the black sneakers don't have a 'super high advanced technology' you little ****.

Obviously, sometimes you can't buy a product based on aesthetics *COUGH* APPLE PRODUCTS *COUGH* but I would assume most transactions are based on color, because they are based on color.
User avatar #27 to #19 - pentol
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(05/12/2013) [-]
i use paint because it protects my house. nevermind the color.
i buy i camphy pair of jeans. nevermind the color.
i don't buy a pencil. (but you might.)
i buy shoes that fit my foot, nevermind the color.
i buy a floor that won't be ******* freezing in the winter. nevermind the material.

do you buy technology products based on color?
musical instruments?
no you don't.