on an issue. Crayola isn’t answering their phones so I turn to the internets.
My question is this-
Is this color
the same as this color?
I think not.
But, the dear people over at Crocs tend to think so as evidenced by the following:
Please note how the color is described.
In what world is an Alabama product colored with Cranberry?
Hell they made it easy- the team’s name is the CRIMSON Tide! It’s right there. In the name!
Crimson, not cranberry.
For the record I don’t think that picture I found of cranberry looks like cranberries at all (well maybe cranberry sauce but definitely not the actual berry) but it was all I could find.
Oh and don’t think for a second that this color snafu is going to prevent me from purchasing and wearing said Crocs, because I’m clicking “check out” as we speak.
Thought somewhat unrelated to the matter at hand- ever notice how color is one of those words that really starts to look weird after you’ve spent half an hour googleing “cranberry color”?
Sweetie, I have found that the color you see online may not always look the same once you get it home. I did not think for one minute that this would prevent you from ordering the shoes. I had a ton of Alabama stuff when I was a kid, wish I had kept more of it. Love you.