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    I live in a country with 1.5million people yet many accents. I love this clip.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=O-m_BPYJG6M
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    What's up with all the fedora Reddit lot in the comments section of the video
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    I was wondering when he would make it onto tsr....

    His name is Ruairí McSorley. I go to school with him. He's actually in my English Lit class. Literally, my Twitter and Facebook has him everywhere. We'll be talking about it in school for weeks now.
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    Sounds just like an old West Country farmer :lol:

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    (Original post by Swanbow)
    Sounds just like an old West Country farmer :lol:

    I'm not lying when I say he actually talks like that. He doesn't know how to whisper. He's a pure culchie.
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    London accent
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    (Original post by queen-bee)
    London accent
    You think that's a London accent?
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    (Original post by CescaD96)
    I was wondering when he would make it onto tsr....

    His name is Ruairí McSorley. I go to school with him. He's actually in my English Lit class. Literally, my Twitter and Facebook has him everywhere. We'll be talking about it in school for weeks now.
    It's amazing I work in Co. Londonderry and appreciate the accents immensely. Mine is broadly unaccented belfast/ Co. Antrim so considered 'posh' where I work. It seems many schools your way were closed so it's a pity you had to go.
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    Me and mine.
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    (Original post by tradingmyheartforyours)
    It's amazing I work in Co. Londonderry and appreciate the accents immensely. Mine is broadly unaccented belfast/ Co. Antrim so considered 'posh' where I work. It seems many schools your way were closed so it's a pity you had to go.
    Ooh, he's a culchie lad, I myself don't sound like that at all! It was yesterday (we have our mocks this week) we had to go in but they gave us the day off today.
    I personally find Northern Ireland accents hilarious.
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    That is not a London accent but Scottish maybe lmao
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    (Original post by TheOnlyAngel)
    That is not a London accent but Scottish maybe lmao
    He's Irish. An Irish culchie.
 
 
 
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