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Accents.

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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
Do you have an accent? What is it?

Which accents do you like and which can you not stand?

I'm bored...but interested!
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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
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#1
Barnsley accent here :)
#2
well u know am scottish - Glaswegian !! and I know u know that accent - but do u like it !! can u understand it !!
#3
Yoksha
#4
My acent is often described by many as cosmopolitan. I find strong Irish & Scotish ones hard to understand (sorry bossyboots :thumbsup:)
#5
im welsh but havent got a welsh accent but 15mins down the rd they sound very welshy
i like the irish accent :)
#6
gal2792t
My acent is often described by people as cosmopolitan. I find hard Irish & Scotish one hard to understand.


sorry what did you say? I cant understand you :lol:
banned#7
I am from manchester.

Guess what accent I have :p
#8
Lancashire (Lancaster). ive always said that Lancashire has the most diverse of accents. I personally can tell a Preston accent from a Lancaster one etc.

I love & hate scouse, work that out......
#9
A little bit Geordie...not strong.

Like a soft Irish accent, don't really like a strong Liverpudlian accent.

I think all accents can be nice...some just get too strong and harsh, if that makes any sense at all lol.
banned#10
lanc_red
Lancashire (Lancaster). ive always said that Lancashire has the most diverse of accents. I personally can tell a Preston accent from a Lancaster one etc.

I love & hate scouse, work that out......


My friend is at uni in lancaster and my great grandma also lived there and is laid to rest there :thumbsup:
#11
I lived in Manchester for 18 years and now live in Wales.. I stick out like a sore thumb!
#12
I am a total cocknaaaay innit, was dragged up in East London :-D

I cannot for the life of me understand Irish, my OH Nan was Irish and I still cannot hardly understand a word that comes out of his granddads mouth 12 years later :giggle:
banned#13
at work: Posh English accent
with college friends: east london / ghetto accent
uni and other friends: bromerican accent
family: mix of east london/posh
#14
edjaned
im welsh but havent got a welsh accent but 15mins down the rd they sound very welshy
i like the irish accent :)


I love the welsh accent!
#15
i do a good cork accent.
#16
cannot stand the scouse accent
suspended#17
I have an accent.
Here it is.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/6/69/Small_a_with_acute.svg/100px-Small_a_with_acute.svg.png
#18
bossyboots
I love the welsh accent!


i used to get my oh to say certain things to me in welsh as he has a stronger accent :whistling:
#19
DLM
I am from manchester.

Guess what accent I have :p


My uncle comes from Manchester and I wouldn't want to post his answer to that question :-D
1 Like #20
mines a Darset (Dorset) accent, i love the Geordie accent in a women, cheryl cole could read me harry potter at bedtime :w00t:
banned#21
gal2792t
My uncle comes from Manchester and I wouldn't want to post his answer to that question :-D


I bet ;-)
#22
I don't think I really like accents. Maybe French.

I can't understand most Scottish/Irish accents and hate Welsh accents.
banned#23
angelfairee
I don't think I really like accents. Maybe French.

I can't understand most Scottish/Irish accents and hate Welsh accents.


do you have a farmer accent?
#24
edjaned
i used to get my oh to say certain things to me in welsh as he has a stronger accent :whistling:


my oh is out at the pub with his friends and last I spoke to him he sounded welsh :w00t: think he has a few lol
#25
I have a Scottish accent although it's not that strong nor is it specific to any area, my favourite accent is probably Irish.

John
#26
dataload
cannot stand the scouse accent


I have friends who stay in Birkenhead and I love their accent! The folk from Birkenhead hate being called Liverpudlians apparently !
#27
I have a posh English accent apparently, my favourite accent would have to be Irish but I love the Australian accent too! :)
#28
I have a lovely accent.....whats your phone number and I will let you listen to it!!!!

:-D:w00t::whistling:
#29
my dad and his family are yam yams took me ages to get used to their accent
#30
Johnmcl7
I have a Scottish accent although it's not that strong nor is it specific to any area, my favourite accent is probably Irish.

John


yeah but u will have a bit of a twang to ur accent compared to mines. I go up to Orkney a few times each year and OMG I have real trouble understanding them sometimes - very very broad.
#31
Irish here, not sure which i like.
#32
Geordie proper broad
banned#33
livingthelife07
I have a posh English accent apparently, my favourite accent would have to be Irish but I love the Australian accent too! :)


I love aussie accents!
#34
StevenA2000_uk
I have a lovely accent.....whats your phone number and I will let you listen to it!!!!

:-D:w00t::whistling:


why would she want to give her number to an old man :whistling:

:p
#35
i'm from shropshire and i don't think i have an accent, lol :?
#36
I'm a "plastic or posh" scouser, that is I live on the Wirral and I'm considered posh lol. I do agree that a strong scouse accent is rather grating, they have all lost their H's!
#37
bossyboots
why would she want to give her number to an old man :whistling:

:p


LOL......dunno why she would give it to an old man....she should give it to me instead!!!

:p
#38
bykergrove
do you have a farmer accent?


Not unless I put it on. I'm told I'm quite well spoken and posh-sounding.

Carley
:cry:


...but you have a lovely smile!

StevenA2000_uk
I have a lovely accent.....whats your phone number and I will let you listen to it!!!!

:-D:w00t::whistling:


If I thought you wouldn't give my phone number to everyone else I would totally do that.
#39
mrsmaido
I'm a "plastic or posh" scouser, that is I live on the Wirral and I'm considered posh lol. I do agree that a strong scouse accent is rather grating, they have all lost their H's!


Birkenhead isnt far from the WIrral - is that right? Was I right in saying u dont like being called a LIverpudlian?
#40
Aberdonian.

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