- either one21%(11)29%(24)Vote44%(13)
I think of "gray" as a color, and "grey" as something dark and foreboding or depressing sort of.
CRAP I'M CONFLICTED
USUALLY I JUST TAKE THE American SIDE BUT IN THIS CASE I don't know WHICH ONE IS
Uk English represent, Grey #1
grey is what I learned in school
Either one for me, I never see both variations more than the other.
I use them interchangeably, although I'm American I use grey more. I don't know why
I use grey, but I know of a few people whose surname is Gray.
I think either is correct but I've always spelled it grey.
I *was* indifferent, but, ever since that Godawful parody of a book came out, I've had to spell it with "a" just to not spell it the same way. LOL
Grey, I'm English :P
I always say gray.
Both are correct, but gray is the American spelling and grey is the British spelling.
I learned to spell it as grey.
They taught us "grey" at school.
I like using grey. Gray makes me feel... uncomfortable.
I use grey. Gray looks weird af to me. I'm born and raised Chicago maynneeee
I say grey. I think most Canadians spell it like that.
I've always spelled it as gray. I think grey is the British way of spelling it.
Gray is American spelling and Grey is British spelling
Neither, it's Grace 😛 .. Ok no
I use both c:
Gray looks weird to me
color or colour. advisor or adviser? D:
I always say gray
They're both correct tbh.
I use both.