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    (Original post by djac99)
    thanks again
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    Essex accent??
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    (Original post by Happy97)
    Cool :cool:

    Yorkshire anyone? How about Scouse?
    I've got a scouse accent lol
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    Southern accent?
    Semi-urban, London* :cool:
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    Semi-urban, London* :cool:
    No :naughty: it's very posh and what even is a London accent ?
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    No :naughty: it's very posh
    Hehe, who told you that? To be fair it has improved, over time e.g. the more we've talked, but it's funny when we haven't spoken for a while to hear the street come back into your accent/you forget to speak your best with me! :mmm:

    what even is a London accent?
    Anything from old skool cockney through to East London Asian-G and South London "Jamaican patois" (Starkey, 2011)
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    I speak with a really Northern Cumbrian accent. I sound a bit Manc too apparently to some people which is just weird. I always say 'mate' at the end of things
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    Hehe, who told you that? To be fair it has improved, over time e.g. the more we've talked, but it's funny when we haven't spoken for a while to hear the street come back into your accent/you forget to speak your best with me! :mmm:

    Anything from old skool cockney through to East London Asian-G and South London "Jamaican patois" (Starkey, 2011)
    Quite a few,apparently I sound like a white girl and they dont think I sound ethnic in any way :dontknow:

    I always speak properly with you,it's only when I've watched easterners when I'm Abit influenced but generally speaking I've always spoken in a soft,neutral/posh tone of voice,just a plain southern accent
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    apparently I sound like a white girl and they dont think I sound ethnic in any way :dontknow:
    Well, they're wrong. Nothing wrong in it.. we'll beat it out of you sooner or later :laugh:

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    Just kidding, I actually think it cute/unique, and wouldn't change a thing about the accent you normally use with me

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    In fact, you speaking posh would be weird/possibly a turn-off :erm:

    it's only when I've watched easterners when I'm Abit influenced
    Enjoy that crap while you still can :haughty:

    I've always spoken in a soft, neutral/posh tone of voice, just a plain southern accent
    It's more soft, neutral, than owt else, for sure, but also characterised somewhat by urban/ethnic undertones + cute poshness at times
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    Well, they're wrong. Nothing wrong in it.. we'll beat it out of you sooner or later :laugh:

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    Just kidding, I actually think it cute/unique, and wouldn't change a thing about the accent you normally use with me

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    In fact, you speaking posh would be weird/possibly a turn-off :erm:

    Enjoy that crap while you still can :haughty:

    It's more soft, neutral, than owt else, for sure, but also characterised somewhat by urban/ethnic undertones + cute poshness at times
    Oh really? I always thought a posh accent was a turn on..but I'm suprised you think differently of my accent compared with others that know me

    Don't worry,I haven't watched it in ages and in fact my accent has changed considerably since we last spoke

    I'm a freshie?! :gasp: at least It makes me unique to other girls you've known/speak to
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    Glaswegian although I have been told it sounds a bit American lol
    :lolwut:

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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    Oh really? I always thought a posh accent was a turn on
    Not for me, unfortunately it has negative connotations a la 'rah'

    Don't worry,I haven't watched it in ages and in fact my accent has changed considerably since we last spoke
    Has it indeed :beard:

    I'm a freshie?! :gasp:
    :laugh: No dear, I certainly wouldn't put it like that. You're London born and bred

    at least It makes me unique to other girls you've known/speak to
    For sure. Never known a girl quite like you - perhaps one day I'll get to know you..
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    Not for me, unfortunately it has negative connotations a la 'rah'

    Has it indeed :beard:

    :laugh: No dear, I certainly wouldn't put it like that. You're London born and bred

    For sure. Never known a girl quite like you - perhaps one day I'll get to know you..
    Ah I see what you mean.

    A lot, indeed!

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    (Original post by LiquidGold)
    RP with a bit of west country
    Arrr matey!
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