Yellow is bright.
Yellow is bold.
Yellow doesn’t care what anyone else thinks.
Blue is dimmer.
Blue is bold – but only when allowed to be, otherwise Blue could get hurt.
Yellow is confident.
Yellow is someone who you can turn to when you need help.
Blue is shy, Blue is confident once you two become friendly.
Blue isn’t depressed. Depression isn’t real and if Blue says he is depressed, you could think it’s a vouch for attention and Blue doesn’t want that.
Yellow embraces her issues. Yellow faces them head on and is okay with showing emotion.
Blue doesn’t embrace its issues. Blue is scared it will worry you and Blue doesn’t want you to leave.
Yellow is a fearless leader who thrives under pressure and is okay with failure.
Blue wishes it was fearless.
Blue cracks under pressure, and failure makes Blue very sad.
Yellow has thousands of things to say.
Yellow shouts it from the rooftops and doesn’t let anyone silence her – Yellow only says what others can’t say and some don’t want to admit.
Blue has millions of things to say.
Blue will never say those things and keep them bottled up on its shoulders.
Blue wishes it could be more like Yellow but feels as though it’ll never get there.
Blue has already accepted defeat.
Yellow sees people like Blue and helps Blue realise that she’s not alone. Yellow and Blue overcome defeat together.