The Brightest Thing She’s Wearing Is Her Bag: Chromophobia in Oxford

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I reckon that, on average, each group of people is at least two-thirds tourists. And some of the tourists look as though they come from a long way away. So although the setting for this cornucopia of chromophobia is the middle of England, the phenomenon is world-wide.

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