The thing about oranges?

Is orange orange because orange is orange, or is orange orange because orange is orange?

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  • orange is orange because orange is called orange and oranges are orange and are pronounced as orange and therefore orange is orange

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  • Orange is orange because of the orange in orange which makes orange orange but then again there are orange that aren't orange but can you really call that orange if they aren't orange so IDdK maybe they're still orange but less orange.

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  • D. All of the above

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  • Ah, another chicken or the egg conundrum I see.

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  • Orange is orange because orange is orange.

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  • Oranges.

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  • Grapeftuit

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  • Both. It'd just be weird if Oranges were purple, or if we called them purple and they were orange.

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  • orange-ception...

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