Brown, the colour that man forgot, outcast since the age of four and a bit. The intelligence of the much-maligned brother of beige was long ignored, coincidentally right up until the point he discovered the first part of the cure for the common cold.
Brown won the Nobel Prize for Doing Good Stuff in 1999 and never looked back. He would go on to become manager of the Scottish national football team and British Prime Minister within the course of the next decade. Not happy with being the most famous colour in the artist's palette, Brown would eventually blow all his cash on a massive bender in South Wales before throwing himself off the Severn Bridge. Allegedly.
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- Tuesday and the number seven are, in fact, brown.