Worlds Ugliest Colour

Australia has discovered the world’s ugliest colour, which has been described as ‘death’, ‘dirty’, and ‘tar’.

Officials hired a research agency to find a colour for health usages, and the sewage-brown Pantone 448C was the winner.

It will be used on all tobacco packaging in Australia, as well as across the world.

Other colours in the running were lime green, peach and mustard.

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muhammad
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so much info

hi
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hi

hi

bariyah
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that is not that bad

naoJKLOL
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naoJKLOL

YUCK!!!

hugo
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ausame

elizabeth
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WHAT DOES COLOURS ARE COOL

lilly
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lilly

that coulor looks like puke ewww

Petra
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Petra

eww so grise

Amy
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Amy

that is so cool to find out

Hamy
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P-P-Peach!? Lime green!? They’re kind of pretty though!

caitlan
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caitlan

that is sooooooooooooooo grossss!!!! I am spewing!

Hamy
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By the way, awesome is spelled awesome, not ausame. (no offense Hugo)

Bonnie
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It is in Australia! Weird.

Sophie
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send me more info now I mean it

helloo
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helloo

not that bad come on ๐Ÿ™‚

Em
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Em

Some of the colors aren’t that bad, its just the tar color ๐Ÿ˜›

bob
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that is not the ugliest colour in the world.

Catgirl
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Catgirl

That’s my new fav colour

Catgirl
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Catgirl

NOT!!!๐Ÿ˜‚

Hannah
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Hannah

I agree. Pantone is the ugliest colour!

PERSON
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PERSON

I REALLY LIKE THIS COLOR

Killerwhale6971
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Killerwhale6971

I actually like that color so it not an ugly color. Well in my opinion

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