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Discussion in 'Bar' started by Perishh, Nov 6, 2010.
Naw we fuckin dinnae.
That was pretty good, Couldn't stop laughing at the German one. His SA accent was middle-class Johannesburg style...Not everyone sounds that terrible
Lol the dude is amazing. Eventhough it's obviously exaggerated and not 100% correct you could immediately recognize what accent he was talking.
His "German" accent is hilarious
The indian reminded me so much of my stay in London, we actually met like five people sounding like natives. All others had either chinese, thai or indian accents
I felt the Australian one wasn't great but the others were spot on.. I'm sure everyone feels this way about their respective accent. Very stereotyped but fkn hilarious.
I thought the Scottish one was way off, barely even recognisable.
the posh one was terrible. German was way off. Loved the indian
When speaking English:
Love: proper and northern Irish, Scottish, all of the English accents besides Welsh, German (not Bavarian), Swedish, soft southern US (Georgia minus ebonics/urban Atlanta type shit), non-over the top Australian and Kiwi accents.
Hate: French, Spanish (proper & Catalan), Mexican, French, Bavarian, Welsh, Russian, French, midwest US (Minnesota, Wisconsin, etc), all Asian accents, heavy New York/Chicagoan, French, and French.
Absolutely no idea what you guys are talking about with the "sorority accent" - girls all over the country are in whororities and there is no single accent that they all have. By "aind" I assume you mean the dumb-as-shit/thick-as-bricks southern accents?
AH LIKE DIS WON!
Nope, its hard to explain but it's definitely not a southern/regional thing.
I'll try and find a video...
Edit: Fuck trying to find "and" as a keyword in a search engine
Its similar to the way Americans say "god" as "gaad"
I think they're talking about "Jersey shore" style accents.
You guys gotta watch the Southpark episode "It's a Jersey thing" Fits perfectly
has something to do with the fact that is a bit more obvious when the British do it due to their exaggerated vowels. Makes the letters they skip stand out like a sore thumb.
They are talking about the dumb as dirt preppy girls that say shit like, "oh my gawd" extremely exaggerated.
It's not a new york thing
huh? jersey =/= new york
Oh shit, lol
I always used to think it was part of New York
But anyway it's not a regional thing
What is this British accent you speak of? I don't think you could find a (largely monolingual) country with more diverse accents.
"intu de TANNLL!!" & "der is no baasruhm" I used to say that a lot this summer when I saw that vid the first time...still use his "bullshit" these days
arnies accent is also awesome in german ahaha
steirisch is awesome in general
I like spanish accents in german
Brad Pit in Basterds : awesome
This isn't perfect, but it's surprisingly hard to find a goof example. She does it right at the start and then the rest if her 'and's are normal.
Ahhhhhhhh, that's it!!!!!!