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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by InsanelyApple, May 30, 2011.
Which do you use? I use grey usually.
I typically use gray
Grey is used in Great Britain and areas that use UK English.
Yep, grey. Definitely grey.
let me google that
Huh, I live in the US and use grey. Does that mean I'm weird?
No weirder than the rest of us with our cheap Chinese imports
I like using Grey.
Grey. We typically use proper UK spelling here
Spalding Gray, the tone grey.
Agreed, definitely grey.
As that is not an option, might one assume that you are dyslexic?
You mean colour?
Like in the sentence "The aluminium is the colour grey"
I was taught that grey was a blend of black and white, and that they are tones, not colour.
In fact, they represent the absence of colour.
Hahaha. This post makes it clear who the winner is. Awesome.
I'd say aluminum is silver and not gray/grey.
I don't think there really is an option for Americans or Brits either.
It was the only other word I could think of that you lot spell incorrectly
Alas, you are correct. Of course, black is the lack of colour in the additive colour system (RGB) and white is the lack of colour in the subtractive colour system (CYM). At least, I think that's right.
True, but between them this site is in English, not German.
Grey...just like Colour, Rumour, Foetus
The issue is not altogether black and white...or is it? Grey.