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    In response to the accents you don't like, how about the ones you do like? For me

    Geordie (girls only)
    Irish
    Glaswegian
    Highland Scots
    Border Scots/Edinburgh/Fife
    Yorkshire
    Lancastrian (even if they are the enemy)
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    oh my goodness i love accents. for me it's newcastle, i don't have any idea why.... also FARMER accents.
    it's not strange at all
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    (Original post by yellowpolkadotbikini)
    oh my goodness i love accents. for me it's newcastle, i don't have any idea why.... also FARMER accents.
    it's not strange at all
    there is no such thing as a farmer accent.
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    My friend has an awesome accent, she is from Edinburgh.
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    Wakefield! Best accent in the world.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oTaTq-QQz0s
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    A scouse accent on a non-chavvy boy is actually delicious. Oh lawd.

    I also love Scottish accents, but not proper highland Scotland or very, very strong Glasgow because I can't understand it.

    Either of them = weak at the knees.
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    Geordie =] It just sounds friendly...
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    (Original post by TheGimpMan)
    there is no such thing as a farmer accent.
    well there should be! i can hear it in my head but i'm not sure where it originates... west country maybe?
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    Scouse on a girl. Only for one night tho.
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    (Original post by yellowpolkadotbikini)
    well there should be! i can hear it in my head but i'm not sure where it originates... west country maybe?
    west country or the norfolk/suffolk area
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    west country
    yey!
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    A nice well-spoken, Prince William type one. And I didnt used to like the Irish accent but I had this lecturer at uni who was irish and had the most amazing charisma. His accent mesmerised me. So yeah, irish is nice.
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    home counties.. don't really like any of those "harsher" accents.
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    (Original post by saivens)
    Welsh ftw :awesome:
    Agreed. Welsh is very sexy :cool:
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    Irish or Welsh. :coma:
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    Durham. Not to be confused with the more predominant Sunderland accent. A light scouse accent on a girl would be nice though. :p:

    No such thing as a Yorkshire accent though. People from Leeds speak very differently to those in Sheffield. I've been to both places.

    I think the generalised 'posh/toff' southern middle-class accent, if done softly, can be decent.
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    (Original post by TheGimpMan)
    there is no such thing as a farmer accent.
    I lol'd.
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    (Original post by OhNO!)
    A scouse accent on a non-chavvy boy is actually delicious. Oh lawd.

    Yesssssssss. :yep:

    I see you live on the funinsula, me too.
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    Welsh!!!
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    (Original post by izzierascal)
    Yesssssssss. :yep:

    I see you live on the funinsula, me too.
    haha - funinsula! but, what's with the cheshire location, then?

    oh. neston? gutted.
 
 
 
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