Ivory

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A perfect picture of Ivory. People who say this is white are also right.

Ivory is a colour that is so close to white, that it might as well be considered "off-white". That's how white the colour is.

History[edit]

Does Ivory have a history? Not even the best scientists can't find out how Ivory was made. All of these sentences are filler sentences because of Ivory's lack of history. All that we humans combined have found out about Ivory's ancestry is that we thought Ivory was far enough from White that we considered it as its colour. Those who are interested in Ivory don't know how pale Ivory is.

Information[edit]

Ivory's hex code is #fffff0, but it's safer to call it #ffffff. According to the "questionable parody" of this website called Wikipedia, who made a page about web colours, Ivory is the closest colour to White. If you flip the colour code of Ivory, you get Azure. Because of Yellow showing more brightness in greyscale than Cyan, Ivory looks more like White than Azure. This especially applies when you realize that Azure in the Colours template is not with Azure, but DeepSkyBlue. This makes Ivory stand out quite a lot.