So.... Grey or Gray?
@Anonymous Jack III, Yes
@Anonymous Jack III, griey*
@Anonymous Jack III, grauy
@Anonymous Jack III, grAy in America, grEy in England
@Anonymous Jack III, g’rae
England: why only 1 L
America: we gave you the other one
I usually use the u when I spell those words because that’s the correct way to spell them
@benderama, there’s the British English and American English. Both technically correct, so you can use either.
@benderama, (makes finger guns and shoots “humor” and “color” at you)
That’s where you’re wrong kiddo
@benderama, and don't because I don't have to worry about being arrested for making a Nazi joke.
@Smoothy Booty, what happens if u use both types of English in the same sentences. Would that still be correct or would u just break English?
@benderama, Are you acuzing me of spelling them wrong?
@roseleaf, Then you would just be someone living on the US-Canada boarder
@roseleaf, which one are YOU using?
Shots fired like Lexington and Concord
I heard once thats why we don't use the metric system or drive on the same side of the road. They were that upset with the British during the revolutionary war
@Dephenistrator, metric wasn't around then, the US just never adopted it.
@ReeseBobby, USA: *cartman voice* “I do what I want”
@ReeseBobby, i honestly never confirmed these things so i won't argue
@Dephenistrator, around 1799 if you're curious, and Britain adopted it in 1965, so I assume any 1776 guys had long since left government.
@ReeseBobby, unless they are vampire illuminati
@Dephenistrator, nah, Abe would have killed them all by then.
@ReeseBobby, i stand corrected then.