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Lil Snap

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Accent? There is worldwide representation here; who's accent do you think *rocks*?

As for me, I think a Scottish, or Aussie accent is the coolest! I mean, "krikey":smile1:

Tell it like it is!
 

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I like British accents, but as long as I can understand what the person is getting across to me I really don't even notice accents anymore.

Apparently people from Tucson have an accent, according to my Washingtonian friends.
 

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Us Newfies have best accent!

lord tunderin jesus' you dunno whattaya at bys

heh just a little taste
 
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A US southern accent, with a little bit of accent from the carolinas.
A New Orleans Biyou accent is good to
Or a nice Irish accent
 
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Brits, hands down! I would give anything for an english accent. We had a couple guys with British Soccer Camp stay with us once, and all of my girl friends were talking about there accents! Ahhh! I want one! lol
 

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Mickal, Martin, Lukie, Kraiden, Paul_Fox, and a few others I'm bound to miss.

They all have kick-ass accents.
 

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Umm... dun really think about it. I'm lucky not to have my local accent, often considered to be one of the worst in the UK. I'm proud to be a brummie, but even prouder NOT to sound like one.

I have to agree with Marty and Mandi that Mickal sounds pretty cool. I also tend to like Celtic accents in general - Irish, Scottish and Welsh accents all pwn in my opinion. I've had bad experiences with Australian accents but my mum is obsessed with Australian soaps, so that is probably the reason.
 

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East Indian....mwahahaha...J/K

Hmmm...I've heard sooooo many accents over the years...one of my friends (an Arab) has a really interesting accent...it's kind of Hispanic...which is weird considering he's never been to "Latin America".

I have to admit that my absolute favourite accents are Irish (once you learn to decipher what they're saying)...and French (France kinda French, not Quebecois, Acadien, or "Cajun" French)...oooo-la-la!
 

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Ooh, everyone should do this - this is me. I swear to God I don't sound like that normally.

Also, in terms of English-speaking countries, I like Irish and Scottish accents. I also quite like a certain kind of American south accent, not the extreme redneck type but that kind of relaxed drawl you hear from time to time. I don't don't know the geography well enough to be specific. The Newfoundland accent is excellent as well, but in a different way...

Amongst the worst to my ears are Welsh, Scouse and Brummie.
 
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Ooh, everyone should do this - this is me. I swear to God I don't sound like that normally.

Also, in terms of English-speaking countries, I like Irish and Scottish accents. I also quite like a certain kind of American south accent, not the extreme redneck type but that kind of relaxed drawl you hear from time to time. I don't don't know the geography well enough to be specific. The Newfoundland accent is excellent as well, but in a different way...

Amongst the worst to my ears are Welsh, Scouse and Brummie.
Perhaps a conversation through voice is in order?! :smile1:
 

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Perhaps a conversation through voice is in order?! :smile1:
On Skype, you mean? I would but I have to go now. If you're on later I'm up for it.

Also, so this post isn't wasted: an accent related anecdote. I was in...actually I'm not sure where it was, Budapest or Prague or somewhere like that, I forget now... with few friends and we met up with some Americans and got chatting. One of them said to me, "I really like your accent," to which I replied, "Thanks. I like yours as well". "My accent?" she then said, "but I haven't got an accent." Obviously I told her that she had an American accent. I just thought it was funny how she seemed to think of how they spoke as normal and anything deviating from that as an accent. I'm afraid everyone has an accent.
 

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People are saying 'British accents!' but to me that makes no sense!
Even saying 'English accents!" would be bad...

I sound nothing like a Welshman, nor a Scot, nor a southerner!

I will the say the best accent is a Northern Semi-Mancunian (Manchester) accent. I say semi because nobody likes the Manc accent, but I sound kind of like it... When I get on Skype more people can hear it then.

Accents have been a hot topic recently for me (this was going to go into my blog, but since there's a topic it can go here). I just started university and as you can imagine there's a lot of people from all over the country here, so lots of different accents. There's quite a north/south rivalry going on with me and my friends. We've made a test for detecting posh southern fairies:
Say the word "Grass".

If "Grass" rhymes with "ass", you aren't posh.
If "Grass" rhymes with "arse", you are posh!

Hehe.

So yeah, I insist that everyone who said "British" re-post what the actually mean! Daphne Moon or Emily Waltham (that one on Friends)?
 
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