View Poll Results: Which do you prefer, Grayson or Greyson
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August 18th, 2013 03:41 PM #8
I like Grayson. I feel like there will be people in both places that prefer either one. For example, I like Grayson because in America, the word is spelled "gray", so it looks more proper to me. But some Americans like Greyson better because it doesn't look as much like the color, and more like a name, and also maybe that it looks more British? And vice versa in Britain (although I find it hard to imagine that they would like Grayson more because it looks like a trendy American name).
ETA: Och, I forgot combos! Grayson Isaac Jude is my combo, and I'm rather partial to it, but I like the idea of Grayson Joshua, Grayson Elias, and Grayson Avery, as well. Grayson Joshua Reid, Grayson Elias Reid, Grayson Avery Reid?
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