Candians, Australians, Singaporians, Irishmen, Malaysians, Kiwis, Brits, Scots, Welshmen, Africans, and the people of every other English speaking country besides Philippines and America spell colour like "colour."
You stupid fucking yanks who can't comprehend silent letters and like to butcher the language, call it "color," and then tell the rest of the world we spell it wrong.
No, YOU spell it wrong. In new English, the first spelling of the word was colOUR. Get with the programme before your country burns to the cinders in WWIII, so maybe some people will like you and have your back.
Stupid bloody yank: "OMG i thenk he meanz to say his fav color omg he's obv british wow ur so dumb learn 2 speak english cus ur not from lyk england or anything lol!!!!!!111!one"
Graverobber: Why is that John?
Baird: I just don't think it has stood the test of time.
Note: This is the British and Canadian way of spelling colour, therefore, the correct way. I realize that American's think that they invented the English language (along with everything else)but they did not. The Brits or ENGLISH invented the language (where do you think the name came from?). Why do American's spell it color? Years ago when the first American dictionary was written, the person writing it was a horrible speller.
I'm surprised they can spell anything correctly, because they seem to have difficulty with phonetics.
I love my new colouring book and crayons! Do you want to colour with me?
His depiction of the situation is coloured due to his personal involvement.
2: A cause of lengthly and meaningless discussions over which way to spell the word is superior.
B: Hell no, it is spelt color! Without a u!
C: Whatever guys...
Calling someone coloured is often considered racist.
Issac Newton decided there should be seven colours in the spectrum, even though only six are particularly well defined. Indigo only exists because of Newton's religious beliefs.
Colour is the correct spelling. :P