yeah im the same but im not afraid to say which it is
Accents don't really put me off - apart from overly over the top posh southern women accents.
Reminds me of Cheryl Cole. Kind off puts me off.
OK...Not wishing to cause offence (I know it will) but I really don't like the Birmingham accent. It just doesn't sound great to listen to. And i'm sure some people don't like my accent, I can deal with that.
But...three guesses as to where my boyfriend is from...
And I don't even register his accent anymore, he's just this great guy that I'm so lucky to have in my life (i know, i'm even making myself feel sick, but it's true).
Not long after meeting at uni last year he asked me out, and I resisted for a while - not because of the accent, but because we didn't really "click". But after a while I sort of went with it and now, I hate the thought of being without him.
Point being - you can be adamant about something like accent but if you meet the right person, you will stop caring.
Depends, if I really liked the guy then I guess I could get over his accent.
There aren't really accents that I hate. I don't think. There are lots that I love though.
foreign accents are off putting mostly, such as pakistan, or indian
brummy accent is so annoying, i'd have to try really really hard not to punch them
What about someone who is European but has a vaguely American accent? Good, bad?
i hate very posh accents, birmingham & scouser accents! mine is a southwest countryside accent O.O my cousin from london always laughs at me because to her i sound like a farmer! :3
The only accent that puts me off slightly is the same as my own- posh southern accent. I like it on me though.
You may as well commit suicide, if you're going to walk away from people because of your intolerance of their accent, you really will fail at any sort of job involving human interaction. Move to a cave & get wireless internet, set up an on-line business.
As a Scot, i must say that most English accents get on my tits. Cockney and Geordie are the worst offenders, with only Scouse and Ultra-Posho getting pass marks. South african and Northern Irish are awesome though.
most british accents... the posh ones sound pretentious and the regular ones sound crude...
Accents as such don't bother me, but I don't really like any accents that are incredibly strong or regional. I think I like accents out of context as well, when I hear an accent all the time, any previous preference I had for it soon gets rubbed off. That doesn't mean I don't like it anymore, I just become indifferent.
it is quite off-putting
especially if it's a freshy accent/ any others i wouldnt mind much!