Step 5: 4. Made of Bananas

4. Draw a 4 using 4 bananas. A 4 is in four segments and you use 4 yellow bananas to make the shape. You designed a 4 using yellow bananas.
Quite interesting method and easy too<br>Great
<p>Good job that was fun and helped me out.</p>
<p>WOW Bagunca, Im a new student and don't know any of these color codes or their values. I remember somebody saying that Poem thing, but I can never remember it. After reading your post, from top to bottom. I remember them all and all the color and the numbers!! Amazing. If I think Yellow, I think 4, if I think 9 I think white knight. If I think 1, Pooing Bear, if I think 5, Green Marijuana Leave. it pops up instantly. </p><p>Thank you!!!!</p>
<p>there are usually 7 leaves on a pot leaf...</p>
Black Boys Raped Our Young Girls But Violetta? thats what our teacher taught us in highschool. LOL
Works like magic. Now when ever i want to read resistor color codes numbers just jump into my mind, no need to go through long scentences.
Let's see, being a bit older I learned .....<br/><br/>Bad Boys Ravish Our Young Girls Behind Victory Garden Wall<br/>Bad Boys Rape Our Young Girls But Violet Gives Willingly<br/><br/>then a bit more &quot;PC&quot;<br/><br/>Black Bears Raid Our Yellow Grain, Blue Violets Grow Wild<br/><br/>Of course PETA got involved .... and I DON'T mean People for the Eating of Tasty Animals .... so we were stuck with ........<br/><br/>Black is the absence of all color, thus Black = 0<br/>White is the combination of all colors thus White = 9 (the highest single digit number)<br/><br/>and the rest are in order as they appear in the spectrum when light is shown through a prism, which of course EVERYONE knows ..... don't laugh ... I used to teach electronics and one of the training manuals we were given actually stated that.<br/><br/>Sadly, it's NOT a laughing matter, when that text was written (in the 1950's), everyone WAS taught that before they finished grade school. I learned it in my electronics class .. long after high school ........ and 20 years after I finished high school, and decided to get a degree, I'm taking college courses .... that are &quot;teaching&quot; me stuff I had to learn to get out of Junior High ...... what has our education system come to ?<br/>
Bad Boys Rape Our Young Girls But Violet Gives Willingly.........ahhh it all comes back to me now!&nbsp; I am 99% sure that this is the phrase we were taught in Vo-Tech school in the mid 1980's!
i learnd it this way BB ROY from Great Britain had a Very Good Wife guess this wud be easy..
They didn't teach me any of the offensive phrases in my introductory electronics course D: I learned from constantly searching for the right values, so repetition I guess. Anyway, the brown bear taking a poop makes me think of no. 2 lol so I guess that would interfere.
Bad Beer Rots Our Young Guts But Vodka Goes Willingly Black Brown Red Orange Yellow Green Blue Violet Grey White 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
I was taught the 'offensive' version also. But it stuck. I heard it once, and it was mine forever. IMO, you can't argue with results. If your way works as effectively for your boys, kudos.
Yeah, the offensive one works well for me: Bad Boys Rape Our Young Girls But Violet Gives Willingly Black Brown Red Orange Yellow Green Blue Violet Grey White This one is good too, less offensive.
Bad Boys Ravish... was the one I got
I always remembered it this way: Black <--- remember this one cause it comes first Brown <--- and remember this one cause it comes 2nd Roy G. B(i)v <--- visible color spectrum minus indigo Grey <--- this one is between violet and white White <--- this one is after grey Not necessarily the easiest way to remember it :P
"bad booze rots our young gut but vodka goes well" is the pg rated version that I learned
The phrase (in French, in my case : &quot;Ne Mangez Rien Ou Jeunez Voil&agrave; Bien Votre Grande B&ecirc;tise&quot;) works for me, but it forces me to say the entire sentence while counting on my fingers. Each time. Linking directly numbers to colors seems efficient. I like the cherries, and also the three oranges (because I recall Serge Prokofiev's opera &quot;The Love for Three Oranges&quot;, but maybe it's way too much). I will try to find other connections on my own (more international than great=greight, for instance)<br/>