i don't believe the ocean is purple, but it might once have been:
as for the sky, according to nasa:
"sunlight reaches earth's atmosphere and is scattered in all directions by all the gases and particles in the air. blue light is scattered more than the other colors because it travels as shorter, smaller waves. this is why we see a blue sky most of the time."
forgive and forget
let the things you had just sink in and build off of it and make a newer and better relationship like that one special person but dont do it the wrong way. just build lol. it's simple but hard. i promise it's worth it in the end
answer: no, they are not.*
although rubber bands that contain excessive amounts of dye, toxins, or additives are sometimes toxic, most rubber bands do not cause any health issues. since they are typically made of latex, (a natural substance that is extracted from trees) they are not dangerous in any way if you chew them or accidentally ingest a piece of rubber band. however, chewing rubber bands does pose a choking hazard and is not a good habit to have.
*depending on the type of rubber band. the typical rubber bands that you see at stores are not toxic, but other types of rubber or latex that contains certain chemicals may be unhealthy and hazardous.