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MLadyX

MLadyX Report 24 Jun 2008 00:45

Us kiwis dont have an accents - lol

Mags
NZ

*Ophelia.taking a break..*

*Ophelia.taking a break..* Report 24 Jun 2008 00:50

Aussies sound like Cockneys!...lol.

Onwe

Onwe Report 24 Jun 2008 01:57

Australians have many accents. but not cockney

Wild Cat

Wild Cat Report 24 Jun 2008 02:16

Cockney & aussie, nope Sorry pass

Purple **^*Sparkly*^** Diamond

Purple **^*Sparkly*^** Diamond Report 24 Jun 2008 02:53

Oh Mags, Kiwi girl, you do! I used to go out with a Kiwi diver working in UK and his accent was wonderful.
Mine is Norfolk but with a bit of Buckinghamshire in cos my Dad never quite lost his accent despite living in Norfolk for over 40 years but I have been mistaken for an Aussie before now lol
Because I worked as a p.a. and a receptionist/telephonist among other jobs, I think I have lost a bit of the broadness of the Norfolk accent but if I am talking to broad people it comes back lol
I also tend to pick up an Essex or London accent when with friends from there.
Lizx

DAVE B

DAVE B Report 24 Jun 2008 10:47

I have Manchester accent hate it!
Davex

FUZZY BEAR

FUZZY BEAR Report 24 Jun 2008 10:54

i live in cheshire now but still have a scouse accent...but not a hard plastic one lol

Sheila

Sheila Report 24 Jun 2008 10:54

Derby, Leicester, Swansea, London, West Midlands - all of left their mark on the way I talk, especially if I am talking to Welsh people. Also spend a lot of time among Irish people so have some Irish 'tics' in my speech as well. With that plus the Belgian and Bengali in my lineage, I guess I'm a bit of a mongrel!

S

(¯`*•.¸*Karen on the Coast*(¯`*•.¸

(¯`*•.¸*Karen on the Coast*(¯`*•.¸ Report 24 Jun 2008 14:50

my Dad still has his Irish accent and he's been living here for about 50yrs. my oh hasn't got his accent.......thank God because i hate it.


Karen x

Jean

Jean Report 24 Jun 2008 15:44

born in isleworth, middx, lived in brentford and chiswick, been here (east midlands) where I live now for over 30 yrs, when I talk to people around here they say, cant you tell that you come from london, or what part of london do you come from.

jean