Color or Colour?
What Girls Said 15
Colour. I'm from the UK and have only ever spelt it that way. Color sounds like COLOOR in my head.3
"Color" from where I live. However, I have seen this "Colour" and to be quite Honest... I love this spelling better.
This beautiful shape and it's "Colour" is Most fitting, @Do_It_with_Spam
Good luck. xx0
i spell it colour.0
Colour. I'm Canadian.0
Colour, spelt the way its pronounced :) and how its supposed to be spelled.1
Colour, for sure.
Colour. Color sounds like Kolorr in my head with a horrible Dutch accent.2
Brah, don't steal my question. xD2
I'm Canadian and we spell it colour.0
I use both but I lean more towards colour,0
I am from the US and spell it color0
I spell it "colour".0
The spelling depends on where you are from.0
What Guys Said 11
Colour, Flavour, Favour, criticise (and other -ise words), were all changed in the US by a man or company who set to change and simplify the standards for spelling in America, and it rapidly caught on.
Colour become color. Flavour became flavor, Favour became favor, and -ise words like "criticise" became -ize words like criticize.
Some of the words never caught on, like "contor", which we still spell contour.
That's why we see these spellings so much in the US. And since the US is the birthplace of the internet as we know it, the spellings started catching on elsewhere as well.0
Both are the correct way of spelling the word but I write "color" since that's how it's spelled in American English and last time I checked I am 100% American Made.0
Depends of US or UK/Aus/Canada0
I spell it color, because only countries that spell it that way have been to the moon.0
colour is how I learned it1
Color. Cause Murica, That's why :D0
c o l o r.0
American-color lazy spellers0