Imagine seeing the words "white" and/light "light" in all the places where you normally see the words "black" or "dark". What would that be like? Consider the for examples:
"These are light times."
"What has been done in the light must come to dark."
"The white ops burst into the room."
"You're pretty for a light-skinned girl."
I'm going shopping on white Friday.
"I like my coffee white."
"Once you go white you never go back."
"Those were some of my lightest days."
"...tall, light and handsome."
I put her name in my white book."
He offended the boss in charge, so the boss white-balled him.
Eartha Kitt told off President Johnson, so he whitelisted her in Hollywood.
"White don't crack."
He's a midget, yet he calls me 'short'. Isn't that the pot calling the kettle white?
"He gave him a white eye!"
"After all that alcohol. I just whited-out."
"Yeah, he's kind of the white sheep of the family."
He was a light horse: he came out of nowhere and race.
"The gang sells organs on the light web."
"It was pitch-white outside yesterday!"
"You can find endangered species for sale at the white market."
"It was a light and stormy night..."
"James knew what happened but he kept us in the light."
White Death (aka The Bubonic Plague)
"They looked for the white-box in the crashed 9/11 planes but couldn't find them."
Why are y'all sitting in the light?
"He beat her white and blue."
"Since it's a white-tie event, you have to dress formally."
Deep, light secret
The white box from the plane couldn't be found...
"Don't make me white on you!" (Old NYC Slang)
You know what?
I bet that after you read these, some of
them didn't even make sense anymore.
I challenge you to explore the connotations of: "black", "dark", "white" and "light".