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What's the correct spelling: grey | gray

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color, "colour" is the sound snotty people make when they say color

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Guest blame

Colour= Australian spelling

 

Color=American

 

when i was flying to the us, i thought that if i wrote down "Color" on a peice of paper it would be incorrect spelling, but then when i went to sleep and i would be awaken to the same word being spelt correctly

 

i never did it. I always think of stupid shit like that

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Colour = Australian? HAHAHAHAHAAH

 

Koulr = Australian

 

Colour = English

Color = Americanized English.

 

 

 

...oh and it's grey, like the crayon says.

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Guest Pilau Hands

being american, it's always been gray to me with grey being the variation. the dictionary told me so

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Ok, who voted for "gray"? Go ahead, fess up. Oh and who this fucking yank that calls himself teaser, he seems to have some kinda broken gaydar.... You might go fix that so you can find the real fags.

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I don't think your registration date will change if you post more nonsense posts, there uh no-name n00b. Thefuckouttahere.

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Dude, look it up in the dictonary, you guys will be surprised.

 

On my above post, that was the color code for "grey" and it turned that green color.

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