Japanese dad thinks son might be colorblind after seeing his art, gets mind set at ease and blown

Originally published on Sora News by Casey Baseel


Green vs. gray.

Children’s drawings usually bring a smile to their parents’ faces, but when Japanese Twitter user @komde’s son showed him his latest artistic endeavor, it gave him some concerns as well.

It’s not that the artwork was bad. On the contrary, the boy had drawn a perfectly fine alligator. What had @komde worried, though, was the color. Instead of using green, like pretty much anyone knows to do, @komde’s son had colored his alligator gray.

Worried that his son might be showing signs of being colorblind, he had the boy take a colorblindness test. @komde was

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