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    i like a welsh acsent they all sound....so nice and friendly :yes:
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    (Original post by maxfire)
    Not funny.
    :curious:
    It is a little bit
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    (Original post by Alex D)
    It is a little bit

    Cool. I'd reply with something witty but i cba.
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    (Original post by Alex D)
    Lol, fail.
    (Original post by Ladipidoo)
    Lulzzzzz, so much fail :king3:
    :facepalm: I said that on purpose.
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    IRISH!...... jonathan rhys myers <3
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    (Original post by Pip_x)
    Wills technically doesn't have an accent. He speaks with received pronounciation; the Queen's English. But then again some people consider it an accent and some don't.
    It's what I speak. But you're right; it's lovely to listen to.
    Recieved pronounciation!! Thats what I was thinking, had a complete blank yesterday. Yeah, I know it's not technically an accent but it is my favourite out of the way people speak :yes: Not really keen on any other accents really. I guess I prefer non-accents :p:
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    Rp
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    Scouser accent & London ones :]
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    Haha, does Oxfordshire have an accent? Because I like it
    Urmm... and a scouse accent mmm yum!
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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

    LOL farmer accents, do you mean Somerset accents? haha :P
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    I really love the south welsh accent :love:
    South/boarder scottish too.
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    (Original post by jade1)
    LOL farmer accents, do you mean Somerset accents? haha :P
    Not all farmers come from Somerset, what about the Naaaaaarffuk peepole?
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    Geordie and Welsh.

    But subtle ones, so you can here the accent but it doesn't hurt to hear it. And girls with these accents are hot, unless there not hot, but if they are hot, and they have the accent, then they go into a whole new realm of hotness.
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    scottish accents :love: especially edinburgh
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    Edinburgh like i have

    Was walking along the beach in spain talking to my dad and an irish guy and his bird walked past and said to her "they sound like they're from Edinburgh" I was totally amazed didn't know there were english speaking folk around either :p:
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    (Original post by x.Crystal.x)
    Not all farmers come from Somerset, what about the Naaaaaarffuk peepole?
    ooo arrrr, I live in Somerset where everyone has what is known as a 'Farmer accent' :P When I used to live in Spain everyone used to call me farmer haha and sing the Combine harvester song. But I've never been to Norfolk or heard the accent so I didn't know they had a farmer accent too, maybe I'll go now just to hear it :P
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    Irish or a light manchester accent.
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    Home counties psuedo-posh accents are what I'm used to so they're kinda sexy.

    Otherwise its Bolton, Cockney or Edinburugh accents.

    I can't take Scouse people seriously because of their accents though...
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    Male Irish accent <3
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    (Original post by ZahraF)
    :facepalm: I said that on purpose.
    Lol, fail deux.
 
 
 
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