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like SEE IF MI DRINK'S REDDIH PLEEEASE?
guess the accent.
or some bollocks like that
or something about vindaloo.
or something along the lines of "shine your shoes guv'nor?"
when doing an Irish/Northern Irish accent. Taken from the Commitments when one of the girls pushes the lead singer off the top of the piano during rehersals.
"SIT DOWN NOW!"
or "Chicken" with a strange hocking noise on the ck part.
Sounds like a line from The A Team GONE BAD
is just me screaming 'CRAIG MCLACHLAN' whilst spitting everywhere.
is part of my rather fantastic Polish repertoire. There was this taxi driver you see, and he once asked us while in Krakow, “come you from?” and one of my friends went ape at him and ended up dragging him along behind his own taxi for about 4.6 miles whilst trying to find the score in the second ashes test on his radio. When he realised that all Polish radio was in fact in a language even more tricky to understand than rather bad English, he let the driver loose. Unfortunately for all involved, the driver had suffered rather bad injuries, and everyone was attacked by great white sharks which was horrendously frightful and we were lucky to escape on hover boards.
works great in brummy accent.
Ah what's this now?
I'll fucking smash ewe
That's my Kimberley from Girls Aloud impression.
for Scottish. I normally just cycle that sentence and make grunting noises.
Also for Yorkshire my voice goes deeper and i just say 1 word and stop. like. this. some. times. just. for. syll. ables.
Or "I love spunk I do"
Newport: "Bangin' like"
French: "aw haw haw, mais oui, mais oui"
"Orr aay, I put all dat droogs and theevin' beyiind me"
for glaswegian. i dont know why
Wahay man, brin' back Keeeegan, an' Shearah. Meek Ashlee an' da Cockney Mafia ooot.
for the welsh.