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    (Original post by emma.b)
    Accent challenge guys.

    https://soundcloud.com/emma-b-10
    Soundcloud: -emma.b

    Aaaah embarrassing, don't judge!


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    Vandalism hahaha :rofl:
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    (Original post by EduWiz)
    Vandalism hahaha :rofl:
    Ok maybe I should think of what that is actually called before I do another accent challenge...:L

    IT IS VANDALISM DO NOT JUDGE:')


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    (Original post by emma.b)
    What can I say? It seemed like a pretty awful thing to be doing, throwing toilet paper at someone's house! Haha!
    True! People call it "Teepeeing" and see it as a prank, although I don't see the amusement of having to try at get toiler paper of the top of a chimney or something.

    I'll see if I can do an accent challenge soon.
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    (Original post by Aurorae)
    :rofl:

    Has it really changed much though? Post a new one.

    Fishy's initial entry



    "What is it called when you throw toilet paper on a house? Vandalism?"

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    Where's your voice challenge
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    Daddy Long Legs is not a spider btw
    Ahh the accent :daydreaming:
    You know, I used to be afraid of spiders. Sometime last year, I decided to do a lot of research into spiders - a 'know your enemy' kind of deal, and in my research I grew desensitised to them, and came to find myself pretty fascinated by them, so the fear went away, and now I consider them my 'spiderbros'.

    The point is, though, in this quest I also found out that the term "daddy long legs" is used to refer to three groups of organisms: the harvestman, the cellar spider, and the crane fly. Cellar spiders are spiders, harvestmen are arachnids, but not spiders, and crane flies are a completely different order altogether.
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    (Original post by emma.b)
    Ok maybe I should think of what that is actually called before I do another accent challenge...:L

    IT IS VANDALISM DO NOT JUDGE:')


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    No it's just funny
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    (Original post by Aurorae)
    True! People call it "Teepeeing" and see it as a prank, although I don't see the amusement of having to try at get toiler paper of the top of a chimney or something.

    I'll see if I can do an accent challenge soon.
    Ah 'Teepeeing' that's the word I'm looking for! Haha!
    Oh yeah, I'd be interested to hear!


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    (Original post by Hype en Ecosse)
    You know, I used to be afraid of spiders. Sometime last year, I decided to do a lot of research into spiders - a 'know your enemy' kind of deal, and in my research I grew desensitised to them, and came to find myself pretty fascinated by them, so the fear went away, and now I consider them my 'spiderbros'.

    The point is, though, in this quest I also found out that the term "daddy long legs" is used to refer to three groups of organisms: the harvestman, the cellar spider, and the crane fly. Cellar spiders are spiders, harvestmen are arachnids, but not spiders, and crane flies are a completely different order altogether.
    Oh dear, quite afraid of spiders! Daddy Long Legs are scary little buggers too, might I also mention this is from the girl that has a fear of moths?

    So do not be afraid young children I'm sure they don't harm you...:L


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    (Original post by Jina)
    Wow.... Fish! Your accent is pretty cool! Haha you say things very weirdly though!

    Heres a question guys: do you think different races/ethnicities have particular voices? Idk, it may be a stupid question.... :/
    You should hear it now, the way I said gpoy imagine it all in that accent
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    (Original post by EduWiz)
    No it's just funny
    Definitely not, your sense of humour is tainted my friend!


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    (Original post by Hype en Ecosse)
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    Ah, didn't know that, you learn something new every day

    I used to live in Australia. There, pretty much any animal would **** you up, especially spiders. I came to the UK with the thought that every spider would **** me up, but the spiders here are basically like defenceless women in car parks.
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    (Original post by MattFletcher)
    Yep I try to get it out the way as soon as possible!
    Finally finished, had some stuff to do as well so I'm back!
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    You should hear it now, the way I said gpoy imagine it all in that accent
    L

    ol post it! On soundcloud though, that vocadoo thing has so much noice pollution.
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    (Original post by Leechayy)
    Finally finished, had some stuff to do as well so I'm back!
    :woo::woo:
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    (Original post by EduWiz)
    Where's your voice challenge
    I didn't record one initially. I'll have to wait till a little later (tommorow?) though since we're watching a movie tonight.

    (Original post by emma.b)
    Ah 'Teepeeing' that's the word I'm looking for! Haha!
    Oh yeah, I'd be interested to hear!
    Maybe tommorow.

    Yeah, you certainly love your exclamation marks.
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    (Original post by emma.b)
    Definitely not, your sense of humour is tainted my friend!


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    i doubt it
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    :woo::woo:
    :ahee::ahee::ahee:
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    (Original post by Aurorae)
    I didn't record one initially. I'll have to wait till a little later (tommorow?) though since we're watching a movie tonight.



    Maybe tommorow.

    Yeah, you certainly love your exclamation marks.
    ooo what movie??
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    (Original post by Aurorae)
    I didn't record one initially. I'll have to wait till a little later (tommorow?) though since we're watching a movie tonight.



    Maybe tommorow.

    Yeah, you certainly love your exclamation marks.
    I did write a post saying sorry about that? Yeah I do, it's a habit!

    ...see?! Darn it...
    Oh yeah what movie?


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