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    That is correct
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    Well I love Dr. Kovac from ER so I'm gonna go for eastern european.
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    No one has said anything about Yorkshire voices yet...So what do u think???????????
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    Wow.. I can't believe the Scottish accent has beaten the Irish one!!

    I think Irish accents are really sexy so I wouldn't mind Colin Farrel giving me a call if he's available!
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    Accent schmaccent, it's not how the woman speaks that attracts/repels me, it's what she says.
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    (Original post by ZJuwelH)
    Accent schmaccent, it's not how the woman speaks that attracts/repels me, it's what she says.
    And does
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    (Original post by BABOON)
    And does
    Amen
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    (Original post by ZJuwelH)
    Amen
    Southern Irish accents are the most gorgeous accents ever!!! Northern ones are sometimes a little too harsh, but give me a guy from Dublin or somewhere like that and I'll be head over heels (so long as he's cute with it of course...)
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    (Original post by lou p lou)
    I just came back from scotland + fell in love with this guys voice (he's a family friend) + he's got the sexiet glaswegian accent. so which place really does have the sexiest accent?

    lou xxx

    Oi lady...what happened to the 'welsh' option???
    Hmmm perhaps that is just a silly question. lol
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    Am I the only voter for a Yorkshire chap?
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    (Original post by deianra)
    I can't believe we agree on this too! Yorkshire accents absolutely rock my socks off. I love them. My first boyfriend had an extremely deep, very sexy, Yorkshire accented voice. And it was amazing.

    Oh, did I mention he went to a public school and was quite rich too?

    But hurrah!
    That must have been a posh Yorkshire accent, normal ones invole "ee by gum" etc.
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    I voted for Irish accent - a Irish girl would make me weak at the knees - however i also rather like Geordie accents and posh/well spoken London accents - these three for me are the best by far
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    (Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
    That must have been a posh Yorkshire accent, normal ones invole "ee by gum" etc.
    Does it?:confused:

    "Mam, am off t' shop"... is true Yorkshire talk.
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    I used to have a right thang for the German speaking English accent, but now it's more Italians... yumm.
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    (Original post by happysunshine)
    Does it?:confused:

    "Mam, am off t' shop"... is true Yorkshire talk.
    or, "Mam, am off t'shag t'sheep in t'field t'over thuur."
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    (Original post by deianra)
    Apparently West Yorkshire talks different to the rest of Yorkshire.

    W Yorks: Muum
    Rest of York: Mam

    I was told, anyway.
    Actually, that's right.

    North Yorkshire, is the best Yorkie accent.
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    (Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
    or, "Mam, am off t'shag t'sheep in t'field t'over thuur."
    Hehe

    Being from Lancs, as you are... do you have 'friendly' rivalry with Yorkshire? As all the other Northern places do.
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    (Original post by happysunshine)
    Actually, that's right.

    North Yorkshire, is the best Yorkie accent.
    I'm very near West Yorkshire, about five minutes away.
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    (Original post by happysunshine)
    Hehe

    Being from Lancs, as you are... do you have 'friendly' rivalry with Yorkshire? As all the other Northern places do.
    No, it's not at all, friendly.
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    (Original post by happysunshine)
    Ow, scary!






    East and South for me...
    Aren't you in Kent?
 
 
 
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