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MrEFeynman
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So ladies and gentlemen, which accent turns your knees to jelly?

For me it has to be a female with an Irish accent.
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Geordie/Mackem accent. (Putting the two together here as they are so similar.)
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(Original post by Platinum Mech)
Geordie/Mackem accent. (Putting the two together here as they are so similar.)
As I am from the north-east, I'll give you brownie points for that one.
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There's a particular Scottish one. I don't know which...
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Cute guy with an irish accent :love:

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(Original post by Platinum Mech)
Geordie/Mackem accent. (Putting the two together here as they are so similar.)
This!! :love:
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Aristocratic posh female!
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Irish. Always.
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The delightful assortment displayed by those who work at Alton Towers. Why hello there :sexface:
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I love women with Indian accents... not too thick, but just right. I guess that stems from love of Indian women, however.

I also love the Southern American accent. Travelling through Texas and Louisiana, the women were somehow more attractive, and I think their accents were a factor.
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I've moved 260 miles north, from London all the way to Sunderland for uni, so I have to say Mackem and Geordie too of course, also the Middlesborough one is nice. Irish ones are lovely too and mancunian/scouse accents also
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All South American and Spanish
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Scottish :love:
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Omg, Omid Djalili Nigerian Accent, had me in tears...
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Martian Accent
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Australian, and West-Coast American
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Soft Indian accent, Irish accent and some accents in North England
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Jamaican accent.
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Welsh. No doubt.
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(Original post by Platinum Mech)
Geordie/Mackem accent. (Putting the two together here as they are so similar.)
Oy, we Mackems are nothing like those Geordie scum.
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