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Question about brownie badges

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Dancergirl Thu 01-May-14 20:07:13

Some of the badges have bits where they can choose what to do. But what do the yellow, pink and blue spots mean??

ThreeLannistersOneTargaryen Thu 01-May-14 20:18:41

I think they are options within each requirement. For example:

Mumsnet Badge

Define one of the following:
• naice
• dragon butter
• passive aggressive

Explain both of the following:
• Mumsnet haircut
• gaslighting

I think the coloured dots just demarcate each option within that requirement.

Dancergirl Thu 01-May-14 20:21:25

So there's no actual difference between each colour? Is is just to make it look more interesting??

Dancergirl Thu 01-May-14 20:21:51

I have NO idea what dragon butter is!

ThreeLannistersOneTargaryen Thu 01-May-14 20:28:20

In DD's book: within each badge the dots are all the same colour.

EmpressOfJurisfiction Thu 01-May-14 20:29:34

Don't Google it, Dancergirl.

Nor should you google pink sock, blue waffle or hot lunch.

Dancergirl Thu 01-May-14 20:32:07

Well I've got to now, haven't I??!

ThreeLannistersOneTargaryen Thu 01-May-14 20:38:08

Or lemon party.

Dancergirl Thu 01-May-14 20:39:48

Well, dragon butter is nothing to do with food.... blush

lannisters this is all your fault. I started a nice wholesome thread about brownies!

Xihha Fri 02-May-14 00:26:50

The different colours are just to make it look pretty.

EduCated Fri 02-May-14 19:55:13

On the online version two stars * means you have to do it, one star means you choose from those options. Haven't got a book to hand to see if they correlate grin

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