I love accents.
garnished with my dad's Geordie vowels.
as that's mine
I'd call it homeopathic Welsh
(sorry marilyninthesky) but I love the North Walian accent !
I'm a Wockney nah
what does wockney sound like. Weird I bet !
Just a subtle Welsh undertone that comes out in full force when a bit tiddly/on the phone to mam.
When talking to an English person, it's almost imperceptable, unless it involves the following words:
However when talking to other Welsh people or when inebriated, the Welshness is exacerbated.
Saying that though it still seems to be strong enough that English people see you as a Welsh outsider and Welsh people see you as an English outsider. Worst of both worlds, wahey!
Just anywhere in Wales. Actually, prob valleys, although my friends in north Wales and family in Aberystwyth always disagree when I say that
My brother's fiance is from Aberystwyth. The wedding's in a month.
least favourite - anything south of liverpool
as far as i can gather
its the middle aged people in epicures of hyndland
and he loves heart buchanan and delazique and places like that
but I am fascinated with the kind of accents where they pronounce all the vowels wrong. So Geordie, Belfast, New Zealand, that kinda thing.
just say excuse me in the three accents I listed and note how every vowel sounds wrong. "Uxckyiyze" in Belfast for example.
thems the rules
I felt happy for approx. two minutes, until the next graven spreadsheeter lumbered up with his meal deal.
It's basically responsible for about 70% of my boob touching experiences.
i.e. she had a thing for English men speaking French with an English accent. I told her to ne sois pas si ridicule.
(Also I've got a girlfriend. Also also, I still maintain that the idea that anyone would get turned on by my rusty French is preposterous.)
bit biased. (lets just ignore heaton for a bit, everyone knows it's void of anything now because its 70% students.)
the name escapes me now. They speak with a weird northern / scottish hybrid, just this one town.
but I don't mind them at all on tv and in films