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Don't care much for south London accent but well-spoken north London is like velvet on the ears!
I have a London accent and feel so happy when people from the north try to put on a London accent even though they are hopeless at it!
I use to have this when I was a kid. My voice was so high pitched back then... - TwilightKitsune
Since that I live in Alabama I have a London accent too almost all of my oral words - KevinsidisV 12 Comments
I'm from Yorkshire its an epic place everyone should live there I can't see how London is at the top!
Goodness gracious chicks of yorkshire and scotland are okay but turn incredibly hot as soon they open that mouth - butthurtbastard
Honest, trusting. Yorkshire folk tell it as it is.
It's like you are mixing British and Jamaican as an accent! - The Ultimate Daredevil, who vows to never see an early spark Plug Entertainment film and actually watch Foodfight! over thisV 7 Comments
We'll win it now in a minute.
And so, A legend was born. - SpectralOwl
Gotta be Bristolian because the funniest thing on Facebook has to be Bristolian Talking' Tom. He's hilarious!
I'm a propper bristolian And I think we should all LOVE IT! Cus its right gert lush mates, - Bristolian
I was born in bristol but I live in jersey but I am trying to learn the bristolian accent
Gotta be the bristle accent annit, Gert lush mind babber!V 2 Comments
I love the mansnchester accent
Its alryte I suppose
Its a rlly sxc accent
I love this accent, even though I can't understand it! They sound like singing dolphins.
My favourite accent - musical and emotive.
Funny, yet so awesome-sounding.
Funniest accentV 4 Comments
Especially if they're singing... - beatles
I want to hold your hand...
I'll crippl' ya! - MontyPython
I like to hear a true East Ender talking in Cockney rhyming slang - it's like a whole other language. - Britgirl
Because it's Jason Statham! - DunnaNunnaBatman
I wouldn't buy a used car from a cockney but I'd sit and eat pie and mash with them while they spoke rhyming slang. I like it - it's like another language.
Hmm...what accent is "posh"? I guess whoever added this must mean, Southern England. My regional accent isn't supposed to be posh but for some reason, I always get told I sound like slightly poorer Joanna Lumley; whatever that means. Well-spoken working-class I assume. - Britgirl
Carlisle, a little bit geordie a bit scottish abit scouse
Best accent ever!
The geordie accent is very canny we invented the train George Stephenson/rocket where would we be without the train the first power source in Northumberland we are so friendly towards strangers we have Hadrians wall we kept the Scotts out of England otherwise we would all be wearing kilts
Top of the afternun ta ya! - ArpstaAmy333
This accent I can accomplish!
Now listen, don't be fooled by that thick Scots burr; they're a talented bunch, you know. No one but NO ONE is able to roll their tongues round their R's quite like the Jocks can... ;P - Britgirl
Top of the marnin to ya! - ArpstaAmy333
Norn Iron belongs to the republic, hey. - Puga
I used to think this accent was mediocre, that was until I heard Angela McCluskey singing "In The Air" for Morgan Page. She added life to one of the best songs of 2012. - PositronWildhawk
Best accent everrr
Um Yup I can't do one very well but being part Scottish I love the accent! - Curti2594
I can do this accent!
It's what Daniel Craig's James Bond speaks with.
Just because it isn't a super strong accent doesn't mean it isn't fantastic.
It sounds naturally English
Easy to understand a gentle geordie accent
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