Picular is a simple, very nicely-done search engine for colors. Above is is puce, french for "flea", the color of laundered but still-bloodstained fabric. The green swatch is legit, as it has a second meaning of uncertain etymology (perhaps "puke") attached to it.
I think it's doing some kind of "distinctive color detection" trick on Google image results:
Here is a startlingly compelling implementation of the classic Windows Solitaire victory animation: simply click and win! The creator is Richard Cabello, who has perhaps played enough Windows Solitaire for one lifetime.
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