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The world was black and white before colour photographs and colour TV

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My mom has a black and white picture of her and her two sisters in halloween costumes. I remember asking when she turned color. She looked confused, and I asked, "Then why are you not colored?" I was probably about six.

Charity :)
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I used to believe that in the "olden days," the whole world was in black and white...until they came out with the Wizard of Oz, and everything became colorful.

wow
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I once asked Mom: "what was it like for you to be in black and white before the world was in color?"

silly
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When I was little I used to think the world had been in black and white up to a certain time (I guess because I had seen a lot of black and white movies growing up). I figured the world probably became colorized around 1950 something. ;)

Smarter now
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Due to black and white films, I used to think that the world really had been black and white until the early 20th century!

Nicola
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My brother once asked my dad why all old photos were black and white. My dad told him that the world was black and white until some clever guy came along and invented colour. My brother believed that for ages, until he was told otherwise at school.

samantha .c.
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When I was little I used to watch a lot of old black and white movies on t.v,and i used to think that the world was black and white then (No colours AT ALL) , until around the 70s when colour came into the world and everything turned that way, thats why the movies are colour now! haha

Audrey
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i believed that the world was actually in black and white before the 60s or whenever it was that color tv came out.

Anon
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when i was around 7 i was curious and wondered what it felt like to go from black and white to colour. i asked mum. ''mum, back when you were black and white in the olden days''. i am now 16.

tori
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I used to believe that before colour tv's were around, everything was black and white. When I looked in the tv guide and next to an old movie it would say "B&W" I would look outside and imagine that the trees were black and white. I asked mum if she liked it when colour was invented. She gave me a funny look, so I said "By the way, who invented colour?"

Caitlyn :-)
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My daughter told me when she was small she always thought that "Before colour television the world was black & white"

Anon
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When my dad told me TV was in black and white when he was young, he said, "Everything was black and white." I used to believe that the whole world was in black and white. Everything.

Rebekah
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When I was about 10, colour tv was just being introduced in Australia. I remember looking at old photos of my dad, (in black and white) and asking him if colour hadn't been invented when he was my age. Of course, he let me believe the whole world was black and white

terry paye
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I had a friend who was looking through some old photos from the 40's and 50's with her mom. in a very profound sort of way she said, "Mom, what was it like when color came into the world?! It must have been amazing!" (she was about 12 at the time) Up until that time she had apparently been convinced that old photos and tv shows were in black and white because the entire world looked that way.

Anon
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when my brother was little, he used to belive that, because all old movies are in black and white, everything was black and white in "the olden days", he would always ask my mum what it was like to be in black and white.

leah
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I used to think that the world was in black and white and color wasn't invented unit till the 60'. I got this idea from T.V. shows that were in Black and white.

Bernie
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I used to believe that in the olden days, people saw everything in black and white not just the t.v and also that each genaration it soped from colourful back to black and white!

Tayla
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When I was a kid, all the old movies were in black and white, so I used to think the whole world had no color in the past.

Shalindria
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I used to think that the people I saw in black and white movies/tv shows could only see in black and white, and not in color!

E
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When I was younger and would see old black-and-white photos of my grandmother, I used to think that the world really WAS in black-and-white back then!

Mary Emily
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