But the reason I am clapping on about black is because there is something I do not understand. And maybe some of you sciencey people out there can explain. Why, if, like in Melbourne people wear lots of black, whereas, in other places, like Sydney, they don't (because too much black on all that fake tan makes for a rather tigerish appearance), is everybody's washing machine lint the same colour. That slightly blue-grey colour. If it's the combined colour of all colours in the universe that end up in a washing machine, how, with everyone's wardrobe being different, can it always be the same. I have friends in high places. I am talking about friends with spectophotometers (machines they use to colour match things and make them into paint formulas). Contact me by email and I will give you my address (if you promise you aren't strange) and you can send me a sample of the lint in your washing machine (belly-button lint not accepted). When I have a good sampling, I will visit my friend and colour match the samples to see if they all come to the same formula. And then we can put this whole question to bed. Because it is bugging me.
Who wore it better?
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