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    well, living in southport mines a bit scouse! wots all yours like?
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    Scouse and proud ... woohoo
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    Sahf London, but not too bad.
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    Mancunian, very plain accent rly
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    It varies between Dair-buhn sid-eer and awfully posh (when at uni - I don't know how it happens :eek: )
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    half london, half not london, half incompetant mathmatician
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    YORKSHIRE! :cool:
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    cockney/essexy I suppose
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    London, innit.
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    girl, and i dont think that many of these topics are original, anyway there are always new members coming, its not as bad as some of the topics that hav been posted. (even though i accidently posted it twice)
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    hehe, whence camping i had some pikey **** come up to me and ask if i had a 'loigher'. my nearest approximation was lawyer, which led to much comical confusion and has since become a fabled ice breaker of a story at cocktail parties. she meant lighter by the way.
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    apparently i have a slightly american accent, nearly all arabic ppl do!lol! i used to have a very english accent, then i thought american is cool and started copying the t.v and never got out of the habit!
    love jo
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    (Original post by kokopops)
    Scouse and proud ... woohoo
    cant imagine an indian with a scouse accent... know what i mean like
    i dont think i have an accent... west midlanders just speak normally (apart from brummys/wolves)
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    (Original post by Dil)
    cant imagine an indian with a scouse accent... know what i mean like
    i dont think i have an accent... west midlanders just speak normally (apart from brummys/wolves)
    lol, everyone thinks they each speak normally. in reality i bet you sound like a mongolian
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    (Original post by Dil)
    cant imagine an indian with a scouse accent... know what i mean like
    i dont think i have an accent... west midlanders just speak normally (apart from brummys/wolves)
    lol...i love my accent, im an individual...lol...i aint as bad as half the indians i no here, they speak all...
    calm down la, really...(real high voice) heehee
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    i have a proper french accent n every1 laughs when i tlk its soooo annoying
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    (Original post by Dil)
    cant imagine an indian with a scouse accent... know what i mean like
    i dont think i have an accent... west midlanders just speak normally (apart from brummys/wolves)
    The "oo" is very noticeable. "Can I lewk at yer cewk bewk?"

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    I have some sort of adjusted Manchester accent, when I'm talking to Mancunians I talk exceptionally fast, and only locals have a chance of understanding me, so I slow down, but then I end up with a generic southern accent.
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    Once again, I have no accent.
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    i speak with a plain manc accent, not exactly posh but fairly well spoken.
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    (Original post by fishpaste)
    The "oo" is very noticeable. "Can I lewk at yer cewk bewk?"
    take it ur talking bout the scouse accent, weird thing is i dnt talk like that
 
 
 
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