I’ve been doing research for a new book (non-fiction, art-related) which I hope to have out by December 1.
Yesterday, I stumbled upon the difference between grey and gray.
How could anyone be excited over a discovery like that?
Admittedly, it’s not a cure for cancer, but I always use gray and get blasted for it by friends who are authors, editors, English professor and other types of pillock.
At any rate, I shall keep you in suspense no longer . . . .
- Grey with an E is the mixing of black and white.
- Gray with an A is the mixing of black, white, and a third color so that the resulting color is a tinted grey.
Now go forth and impress some word snob carrying a dictionary.