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Blue

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Blue

What is so "magic" about this word....?   we have.

Bluetooth (For an electronic radio transmission type )

Blue Motion ( for some undefined action inside a motor car engine)

BluePricePromise ( EDF Energy tariff)

Blue Water sailing ( for yachties in the Med) .

Blues ( as in music style)

Blue Tack, ( as in sticky stuff )

Blues & Two`s   ( as in emergency vehicle warning )

BlueBottle  ( as in fly )

Blue Moon ( whoever saw one of those  ? ?  )

Blue Efficiency  ( seen on the outside of a motor today)   hence this thread.....

 

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RobPN
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Re: Blue


@shutter wrote:

What is so "magic" about this word....?   we have.

 

 

Blue Tack, ( as in sticky stuff )

 

 


Well if you're going to include Blu Tack, it must be OK to include Blu-ray ?   

 


 

Blue Moon ( whoever saw one of those  ? ?  )

 

 


Technically I've seen a few Blue Moons, and no doubt you have too!  Smiley

jab1
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Re: Blue

@shutter I can give you intelligent Cheesy answers to three of those -

Blue Water sailing - cos a lot of coastal Med water appears a deepish blue

Blues &Two's - Blue lights on vehicles and usually two-tone sirens (although they have a choice of three or four 'noises'

BlueBottle - the critters look blue in light.

 

HTH?

John
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Re: Blue


@shutter wrote:
Blue Motion ( for some undefined action inside a motor car engine)

Blue Efficiency  ( seen on the outside of a motor today)   hence this thread.....


Green and numerous other colours or terms somehow implying that the vehicle is better for the environment and your pocket.

What a load of tosh. Especially when you see it stuck on some V8 monster.

At least the good old GT badge was more honest. Something the owner could actually measure and feel in daily use.