Okay, fine. "Great" is a bit much. CSS (California Style Sheets) named colors are, objectivly, things that exist. Sure, some are less practical than others. darkgray is lighter than gray. lightpink is darker than pink. This is all part of the ALLURE of CSS (ALLURE is an acronym for Alienating Learners? Lol, U Right. ECMA!).
Frankly, people have been getting far too comfortable with designing websites. It's high time we add more CSS named colors to deter new designers and punish those who already deal with Jan's Sack.
WCAG Failinator 9000
Warm Flesh. Mmmm
This better just be for debugging
'Tis But A Fresh Wound
Drink More Water
Solid Green Gaslight
Thank you for hearing me out. I understand if my color proposals don't make it into Web3, but I will be adding these to a new Chromium pull request every day until they add it or they block me.