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    Also - inb4 'irish isn't in britain'

    which it isn't. the irish ge touchy about that
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    London accent, can't be too cockney. Also like posh Surrey accent -toff!
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    (Original post by Ladipidoo)
    Yeah, the normal London accent's good too Cockney is just annoying :sigh:
    Deffo the best. It's got to be carried with confidence though ...

    The cockney just sounds cheap. Had to grow up with it all around me and it drove me nuts then! :shot:
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    The Brummie! So much the brummie. So much. Oh and East London. <3

    Oh and cockney - omg I love it so much. And a proper lads accent. I fall in love so easily with it...!
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    London accents that are neither posh nor super strong ftw. :yep: Newcastle accents are awesome too.

    I love the Welsh accent appreciation going on in this thread by the way, heh. *feels proud*
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    The Rah/Toff accent is pretty hot, as are Rah girls in general - annoying though they are.
    I'd probably say Geordie had I not grown up where I have
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    on girls northern ireland !! ftw
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    (Original post by Greghouse)
    Deffo the best. It's got to be carried with confidence though ...

    The cockney just sounds cheap. Had to grow up with it all around me and it drove me nuts then! :shot:
    Haha, I feel sorry for you.
    I'm surrounded by the 'innit' and 'getz me???' people atm.
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    Sloane.
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    (Original post by pinkspiders)
    The Brummie! So much the brummie. So much. Oh and East London. <3

    Oh and cockney - omg I love it so much. And a proper lads accent. I fall in love so easily with it...!
    Brummie? It's pure filth! :p: (according to the latest random media poll on accents) the UK in general agrees with me. Heck, even two Brummie staff at my school agreed with me :woo:
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    Scottish/Liverpool, in Britian.
    I love ROI accents, not British though.
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    Scottish.
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    (Original post by Blatant Troll)
    Brummie? It's pure filth! :p: (according to the latest random media poll on accents) the UK in general agrees with me. Heck, even two Brummie staff at my school agreed with me :woo:
    No! Never! It cannot be! I adore it! :p:
    You're lying... Please tell me yo're lying!
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    I Love Scouse Accents!
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    (Original post by lm_wfc)
    Also - inb4 'irish isn't in britain'

    which it isn't. the irish ge touchy about that
    You're right. It absolutely isn't British unless the speaker is native to a pre-1922 Ireland. And inb4 L i b picking me up on the fact that Éire is part of the British Isles. Okay.

    On topic, Welsh.
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    (Original post by Ladipidoo)
    Haha, I feel sorry for you.
    I'm surrounded by the 'innit' and 'getz me???' people atm.
    lol ... You feel my pain ...

    Not anywhere near New Cross Gate are you? (shudder)
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    Irish isn't British

    (Before you all start arguing that Northern Ireland is part of Britain. It's isn't. It's part of the UK but not Britain. United Kingdom of Great Britain AND Northern Ireland. )

    Anyhoo, British accents I like:
    North West Welsh
    Pebroke Welsh
    Highland Scots
    Orkney
    West Country
    Yorkshire (well Sheffield really. Think Sean Bean :drool: )
    South Shropshire accent (because it's mine :awesome: )
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    Scottish, Irish or Welsh on a hot guy = good.
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    None, really - I can't stand most of them. The really upper class Hugh Grant-style RP accent is definitely the best of a bad bunch, though.
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    Westcountry all the way
 
 
 
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