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Asda recently done a survey on which part of the UK has the sexiest accent,

Poll Results (most sexy to least)
1. Northern Irish

2. Scottish

3. Queen’s English (‘Posh’)

4. Welsh

5. Geordie

6. Yorkshire

7. West Country

8. Cockney

9. Scouse

10. Mancunian

11. Brummie

12. Essex

So I was wondering what do you think is the sexiest?




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Northern Irish is a funny one because it's very attractive in a woman but much less so in a man, the reverse being true of Geordie.

'Welsh' hardly makes sense in this context - South Walian accents are sexy, the North Walian nasal-scouse is as horrible an accent as exists on these isles.
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West Country ooft
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I do love a Brummie accent and anything northern. Southern Welsh is pretty nice too.
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I really hate accents and people who speak with twisted accents, they're disgusting. There is only one acceptable way in which to speak the English language, only one.

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Generally people from the south and the irish ofcourse
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I thought there was pretty much global agreement that what foreigners think of as a 'British' accent, i.e. RP, is the sexiest English language accent.

e.g. http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2015...n_6644150.html
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Queen's english, regional accents are a bit of a turn off for me as it always makes people seem less intelligent. Having said that, I do like the cockney accent...
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I have a South Welsh accent and trust me, sexy is not the word i'd use for it!
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Is Queen's English literally the Queen's English? She's the only person I've ever heard who says often with the o pronounced like the word awe.
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I have a South Welsh accent and trust me, sexy is not the word i'd use for it!
indeed not, I imagine you'd say it's ''dead lush, like''. And you'd be right.
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I dont have an accent but I think scottish and irish accents are pretty sick
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I find it funny how you think my accent is sexy!

For me the sexy accent would have to be the Southern one.
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Scottish is the sexiest accent for me
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(Original post by Icebaker)
I really hate accents and people who speak with twisted accents, they're disgusting. There is only one acceptable way in which to speak the English language, only one.

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What utter nonsense.
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(Original post by KimonoMyHouse)
I have a South Welsh accent and trust me, sexy is not the word i'd use for it!
Haha, tbf on some of us it sounds quite nice.

Irish or Scottish for me though.
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Haha, tbf on some of us it sounds quite nice.

Irish or Scottish for me though.
I have a heavy South Wales valley accent, thought it was becoming softer because I've recently started teaching English as a foreign language, but I recorded my coversation with a student yesterday.....lol it hasn't changed a bit...:lol:
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Estuary english
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From Coventry, I've just got a really neutral Midlands accent - basically RP with slightly different vowel intonations and dialect - but people from afar just assume we all have thick Brummie accents... XD

Never really considered other accents like this. Welsh can be nice I guess... like Alex Jones, for instance.
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I have a heavy South Wales valley accent, thought it was becoming softer because I've recently started teaching English as a foreign language, but I recorded my coversation with a student yesterday.....lol it hasn't changed a bit...:lol:
Oh valleys :mmm: they're a... Special bunch :hump:

In time it probably will who do you teach? Like what's their native language
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