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    (Original post by somethingbeautiful)
    The way she says 'every' sounds a bit Yorkshire...nothing like Queens English though!
    That's the thing though - when she speaks sentences her accent is a weird mix of a yorkshire accent, a cockney accent and the Queen's English :p:
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    Haha!! Coffeh! I need to use that, funny how her so called "British" dialect will get you laughed at over here.

    Great entertainment though
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    any cartoon like the simpsons, fairly odd parents and family guy lol....and we all have yellow teeth and drink tea 24/7 ahhh!
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    Hmmmm no different from the fake Cockney accents on Eastenders I guess.
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    I'm tempted to create a youtube account just to tell her how rubbish she is.
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    ARGH what a ****. 'dialect'?! ?!?!?!?! American is an English dialect!
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    AHAHAHAHHAHAHAAAA
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    +rep XD
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    Bahaha she's terrible.
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    That's not even recieved pronunciation, she mixes in northern elements regarding "coffeh" too. She thinks we don't have any variety in our intonation or pitch patterns, I think the only thing she has gotten entirely right here was the "t" thing. However, she does think that there is a "British Dialect"...

    Dear lord. I mean, seriously. British Dialect. :erm:
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    (Original post by bennh)
    Euggghhhhhh. How desperately vulgar.

    "British Dialect"? ERM... why did she miss out the word dialect on Standard American, and emphasise it after "British"?

    And it's quite clearly a (not brilliant) attempt at an RP accent, not British (doesn't exist) nor "English".
    This.

    It was beginning to **** me off... 'Dialect'? We invented it, you silly woman, American is a dialect :mad:
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    (Original post by FiveFiveSix)
    This.

    It was beginning to **** me off... 'Dialect'? We invented it, you silly woman, American is a dialect :mad:

    From Essex
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    I still can't get how she got koffeh :/
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    Come to think of it, does anyone else think she looks like the Sparklemotion woman from Donnie Darko?
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    (Original post by Sh4w)
    Come to think of it, does anyone else think she looks like the Sparklemotion woman from Donnie Darko?
    I KNEW I'd seen her somewhere before :P: can you imagine the sparklemotion woman had spoken with that awful accent tho?

    I love that film
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    (Original post by missimpossible)
    I KNEW I'd seen her somewhere before :P: can you imagine the sparklemotion woman had spoken with that awful accent tho?

    I love that film
    Haha, that accent would ruin any film, I'm sure the Donnie Darko woman could do a much better 'British accent' though, it's not like she could do worse.
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    She is so horrendous hahaha.. thanks for making my 3:20pm
 
 
 
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