Accents.. He'll never make fun of me again.. Makes fun of rrly British accent. Two can pray at that game.. Funny, because the British don't refer to their accent as British unless mocking Americans who actually think the British accent exists. Britain is made up of E Asian Accent
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User avatar #28 to #26 - freakaleak (05/16/2012) [-]
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User avatar #29 - stafflessmoses (05/16/2012) [-]
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#37 - Rascal (05/16/2012) [-]
I have a speech impediment so **** you

**** you

And you

and **** you over there

And **** you under here

And I would like to know how you got up there so here's my number... Oh! **** you
User avatar #3 - Loppytaffy (05/15/2012) [-]
Funny, because the British don't refer to their accent as British unless mocking Americans who actually think the British accent exists.
Britain is made up of England, Scotland and Wales. Very different dialects. So you mean "English accent". On top of that, there are very few places with the stereotypical accent- a tiny part of London, and Oxford. I was born in Nottingham and raised in Cheshire, and I can't for the life of me put on a "British" accent.
#43 to #3 - Rascal (05/16/2012) [-]

inb4 "NI isnt part of britain" Explain my british passport then, and my british citizenship
User avatar #51 to #43 - Loppytaffy (05/16/2012) [-]
"Her majesty's united kingdom of britain and northern ireland" My apologies. I usually go on the assumption that the Irish do not like being called British.
User avatar #31 to #3 - santay (05/16/2012) [-]
Britain also includes Northern Ireland.
User avatar #15 to #3 - commontroll (05/16/2012) [-]
Oh God, Northern England accents... they butcher the very language their nation created.
User avatar #4 to #3 - Smidgit (05/15/2012) [-]
i come from a part of england that doesn't really have an accent, do i just say english?
genuine question
also how did i get here
User avatar #5 to #4 - Loppytaffy (05/15/2012) [-]
I don't really have an accent either, and I change my dialect slightly depending on whom I'm with. I go to college with two Mancs and a Liverpudlian, I have a very rough and chavvy accent then.
But when talking to my more distinguished friends or adults or people at the parties my friend throws in her Ormskirk student house, I tend to take a more regal tone. And I honestly have no idea why.
The point is, I don't have a recognisable accent and can't imitate other accents. Just call it English or refer to your county.
User avatar #8 to #5 - thehighwayman (05/15/2012) [-]
Oi luv moi devonshire aahcent down 'ere. ooh arr.
#6 to #3 - Rascal (05/15/2012) [-]
I think what people imagine as "English accent" is RP, refined pronunciation, which most of British tv shows and such prefer to use. So they're kind of right since it is the "standard" English pronunciation.
User avatar #7 to #6 - Loppytaffy (05/15/2012) [-]
You've obviously never watched a panel show, Misfits, Skins, any soap operas, or most actual British tv shows.
If you want a good example of accent range, watch Game of Thrones.
User avatar #9 to #3 - wertologist ONLINE (05/16/2012) [-]
Sorry if this is a bit off topic, but since you were born in Nottingham, do you happen to know of Fowey?
#25 to #3 - Rascal (05/16/2012) [-]
I say British accent so I don't have to distinguish the difference between the English accent and the English accent to all the retards out there (I'll even go so far as to say American accent, which just sounds wrong). Plus, you guys all sound the same to us Americans, sort of how Asian dialects all sound the same to westerners (when in fact, different dialects are DRASTICALLY different).

Other things I've seen -
1. Get into rural Texas, and tell me that a southern drawl doesn't exist.
2. The Jersey area can hold a heavy Boston accent (depends on who you talk to), as well as other parts of the New England area. Compared to a neutral accent, you could argue that just about everybody there has one.

Off topic - I heard somewhere (forgot where), that the (American) English accent is the more evolved/developed form of the English branch of the Germanic languages. Is that true?
#33 to #25 - Rascal (05/16/2012) [-]
#41 to #33 - geraldbostock (05/16/2012) [-]
In the same way that that's the more evolved/developed form of the troll face, yeah.
#39 to #25 - Rascal (05/16/2012) [-]
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User avatar #48 to #39 - stafflessmoses (05/16/2012) [-]

all caps.

#36 to #3 - Rascal (05/16/2012) [-]
You're talking about dialects. It's two different things; a British accent is someone from Britain (even if you're from Cheshire, if you went to America or Australia or something your accent would still be recognized as British). But dialects are the parts of the country that sound different. Like South London dialect is completely different from North/West London Dialect. But they're both British Accents.
#44 - sailorsun (05/16/2012) [-]
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#10 - Rascal (05/16/2012) [-]
but he can make fun of your teeth, your drunk queen, your ugly women, your gross beer, your stinky series...
#11 to #10 - Rascal (05/16/2012) [-]
also prepare for the sea of red thumbs
#27 to #10 - watuppig (05/16/2012) [-]
1. dentists are untrustworthy and shouldn't be allowed near mouths
2. the only way to keep that woman alive is to keep her drunk
3. plastic surgery and photoshop aren't used as much
4. when your beer actually tastes like beer and not piss then we talk
5. not sure what you're talking about here. T.V. series? cause British TV produces breathtaking shows. sports series? cause at least they play the same games as everyone else
#38 to #27 - Rascal (05/16/2012) [-]
I love you.
#42 - Rascal (05/16/2012) [-]
Everybody can speak English, except the British.
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