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    (Original post by technik)
    wheres your friend from?
    northern ireland, i couldn't say where though.
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    (Original post by Lauren)
    :hugs: aww i know how you feel. we should be proud of how we speak (or at least not care). sometimes when i come home i can't understand scousers, and i think "oh god, do i sound like that when i come back to cambridge".

    ramroff - yes i have a pic, but i am really not attractive!!
    bet you are, you half scouser, half cambs sexy little minx :love:
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    (Original post by Lauren)

    Which accent should I go for? Which do you prefer?
    Well obviously I am going to say the scouse accent!
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    Why?
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    she's from the wirral which is near liverpool
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    (Original post by ramroff)
    Why?
    I love Liverpool the best place ever!!!
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    Sounds like a whirlpool spinoff.
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    Ramroff - i say things like grass and bus mainly. I think i say come with a posh accent
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    Definitely Cambridge!
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    use the camb one for when you want ajob but use the scouse the rest of the time... that is more of a "i'm a happy person" accent!
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    They're all lovely sounding when your in the states You'll get attention here no matter what accent you have, but I have to say, I'm not as fond of the scouse accent
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    PTC have you ever heard a north eastern english accent :eek:
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    (Original post by ramroff)
    PTC have you ever heard a north eastern english accent :eek:
    Indeed, I have... Not the most lovely, but still...More entertaining to listen to than an average american accent... On the positive side, it makes me laugh :p:
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    "omg like totally duh"
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    (Original post by ramroff)
    "omg like totally duh"
    Hm..That one is pretty funny :rolleyes: I also find the "yo wazzup ma homie" accent pretty comical as well :p:
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    (Original post by ~*PinkTeaCozy*~)
    Hm..That one is pretty funny :rolleyes: I also find the "yo wazzup ma homie" pretty comical as well :p:
    or that terrible New Yorker "Do you wants some corrrrfee with your cinnamon bun?" accent
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    Me, Ribomania and sqa7 did the wazzup homie crib talk in your american soc thread but it got deleted and we were banned from soc forums for a week :eek:
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    (Original post by ~*PinkTeaCozy*~)
    Hm..That one is pretty funny :rolleyes: I also find the "yo wazzup ma homie" accent pretty comical as well :p:
    are you english but at an american uni? that could get annoying!
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    (Original post by ramroff)
    Me, Ribomania and sqa7 did the wazzup homie crib talk in your american soc thread but it got deleted and we were banned from soc forums for a week :eek:
    :laugh: :toofunny: :hahaha: :rofl:
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    (Original post by ramroff)
    PTC have you ever heard a north eastern english accent :eek:
    :secruity:

    As a North Yorkshire representative, i codemn your tongue, laddie.
 
 
 
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