Okay so i came up with this thought. How can we be sure that everyone has the same perception of colors. If i see red as red, someone else might see my blue as his red. And since the only way to describe a color to someone is by saying that color or things that resemble that color, that wont do any good, because the person you are explaining the color too grew up his whole life seeing that thing as red. But in essence his red is your blue. For example. You and a friend are walking down a street and see a fire hydrant. You ask him water color it is. He sais red. You also see it as red. But due to genetics or some other shit. His eyes actually see the firehydrant as blue. But his whole life he was taught that that color=red. Its hard as a bitch to explain but you cant ever prove this because no matter what you both are always going say the firehydrant is red. The only thing different is how you percieve the hydrant in your minds. And you would have to cross analyze the color to the word its attached to between the two minds to see if they see the same colors. Which is impossible. As if two people are living theyre lives but their eyes have a natural hue which is different for every person. But bwe grew up knowing red as red and thats it. It makes me wonder if what i see is actually what everyone else sees. Or if im unique and people see in totally different colors. I probably did a shit job of explaining but just posting my thoughts.