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Thread: Is Dozer Yellow or Orange?

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    That's easy...it's "Yellow Orange" -- an official crayon color

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkey View Post
    It's yorange...or maybe orellow.
    haha! I like orellow.

    Quote Originally Posted by Blonda View Post
    That's easy...it's "Yellow Orange" -- an official crayon color

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    Good one! Interesting that it belongs to the Orange Hue Family.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blonda
    That's easy...it's "Yellow Orange" -- an official crayon color

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    I work at crayola so yes yellow orange is an official color

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    My boss has a Jk in Dozer. When its parked in the sun in the morning, the sunny side of it appears bright yellow,
    you walk around to the shade side and its orange as can be.

    It's the best of both worlds. if you get tired of yellow, walk around to the other side or vice-versa. (we need a smiley face in dozer)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaptkrappy View Post
    My boss has a Jk in Dozer. When its parked in the sun in the morning, the sunny side of it appears bright yellow,
    you walk around to the shade side and its orange as can be.

    It's the best of both worlds. if you get tired of yellow, walk around to the other side or vice-versa. (we need a smiley face in dozer)

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    :LOL: I guess a dozer smiley would have to be half yellow and half orange.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drumr90 View Post
    I work at crayola so yes yellow orange is an official color
    One of my favorite colors in the crayon box

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    Quote Originally Posted by bleedbeat View Post
    :LOL: I guess a dozer smiley would have to be half yellow and half orange.
    it sort of is...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blonda View Post
    One of my favorite colors in the crayon box
    can you color in the lines?
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    Haha I would say its both just depends on how the sun hits it. My crush looks dozer sometimes and crush sometimes too. It's all how you look at it!
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    Well I guess now looking at the two pics it still looks orange lol but this one doesn't. The flash makes my door look more dozer.
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