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    Really thick foreign accents in general just make me cringe. So that could be anything from chinese to indian to nigerian etc etc.Also Cheryl Cole's accent.Ew.
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    (Original post by The Assassin)
    Most northern accents.
    Ah well, at least that means one less stuck up person ruining God's own country.
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    Asian accents. I'm Asian and I hate the way me and the people around me speak English. :grumble:
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    Scottish
    Southern USA accents (e.g. Texas)
    Not too fond of Australian and New Zealand accents
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    essex accents make me want to vomit
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    Chinese accent.
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    Scottish, welsh and scouse
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    Welsh. Sorry guys, but it just sounds like you're singing.
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    (Original post by Bulbasaur)
    I can't stand the Geordie accent personally...
    You'd hate me then. Scouse for me and Australian


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    (Original post by Swanbow)
    Ah well, at least that means one less stuck up person ruining God's own country.
    Nah, yorkshire's good
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    Birmingham, poor brummies sound as if they are losing consciousness.
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    -Australian
    -Scottish
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    I hate the Glaswegian accent
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    Newcastle, Liverpool, Birmingham, Wolverhampton and Scottish.
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    (Original post by Chukkeigh)
    Nigerian
    Indian
    Pakistani
    American
    Brummie english accent...ughh

    Oh and French and German
    As a brummie it was heartwpening that the brum accent wasn't the first mentioned!

    Personally I love it and am sad I have mostly lost mine

    Interestingly the dislike of the accent only exists within the UK, when people from other countries are asked what they think of it many like it fir being soft and easy on the ear.

    For me the London(and Essex) and Liverpool accents are the worst in the UK by quite a margin.
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    (Original post by Flobie)
    dem feels

    I hate the Brummy accent
    Hypocrite
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    (Original post by redferry)
    As a brummie it was heartwpening that the brum accent wasn't the first mentioned!

    Personally I love it and am sad I have mostly lost mine

    Interestingly the dislike of the accent only exists within the UK, when people from other countries are asked what they think of it many like it fir being soft and easy on the ear.

    For me the London(and Essex) and Liverpool accents are the worst in the UK by quite a margin.
    WUT? It's by far one of the cleanest!
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    East end cockney accent
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    (Original post by Advanced Subsidiary)
    WUT? It's by far one of the cleanest!
    Urgh the London accent is so harsh. They drop all their vowels and to me it just sounds aggressive. Puts me on edge. Either that or people just sound ridiculously posh, which, if anything is even worse.
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    Birmingham accent is just awful. Imagine Adrian Chiles' sex voice.
 
 
 
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