We've had it easy, as far as saying the year goes, for some time now. Rather than having to refer to 1999 as "nineteen ninety nine", we could just call it "ninety nine", 2001-2009 has just been "oh-whatever". I like saying "oh-nine", it's fun. But now we're coming up on "ten".
"What year is your car?" – "Ten"… no. It doesn't sound right. "Two-thousand ten" sounds too wordy, but it's only one syllable longer than "Twenty ten".
I'm not sure what the "correct" form is, but I think I'm going to stick with the "oh" convention. I think "oh ten" is slightly awkward, but it kind of has a nice ring to it.
What do you think? How do you say "2010"?