Sexy accents???

  • jcivan

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    Aug 04, 2012 6:31 AM GMT
    Am I the only one who thinks that accents make a guy more attractive??? How about this guy?????

    When he said 'is that made of chocolate too', I died❤ sorry but this guy makes me act like a teenage girl lol I know disturbing right? What do ya'll think about accents? which ones do you like?

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    Aug 04, 2012 6:36 AM GMT



    VIETNAMESE ACCENT.
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    Aug 04, 2012 6:50 AM GMT
    Vietnamese accents are the funniest to parody, I think.
  • Karl

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    Aug 04, 2012 7:22 AM GMT
    zer0 saidVietnamese accents are the funniest to parody, I think.

    agreed icon_cry.gif
    btw I dont speak with that accent like the guy on the video icon_twisted.gif
    his voice is soooooooo annoying :-s
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    Aug 04, 2012 7:54 AM GMT
    Im sure that native english speakers such as Americans and Australians would sound amusing to local Vietnamese when trying to speak their language.icon_lol.gif
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    Aug 04, 2012 12:18 PM GMT
    ozgreenguy saidIm sure that native english speakers such as Americans and Australians would sound amusing to local Vietnamese when trying to speak their language.icon_lol.gif


    True that!
    Trying to get some aussies to say an ethnic name is so painful lol it's funny.

    I really like toned down Irish and Scottish accents, you know just so that they are still coherent even when they're drunk.

    I wish I had one of those accents ...
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    Aug 04, 2012 12:38 PM GMT
    It's been very lately I started to distinguish American, English and Australian accents. I can't really hear the differences yet between all the american accents though.
    I HATE French accent in English, pobably cause it's my accent.
    Maybe for most people here it won't really ring a bell, but in French, I love Belgian and Quebec accents, they are the cutest things ever. But I don't really like South France accent and North France accent. They sound a bit "redneck"

    Otherwise I really like hearing foreigners speak french, especially Japanese and American people. It's always good to see someone who tries hard to speak your language.
  • Trauts

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    Aug 04, 2012 12:40 PM GMT
    Isugemi saidIt's been very lately I started to distinguish American, English and Australian accents. I can't really hear the differences yet between all the american accents though.
    I HATE French accent in English, pobably cause it's my accent.
    Maybe for most people here it won't really ring a bell, but in French, I love Belgian and Quebec accents, they are the cutest things ever. But I don't really like South France accent and North France accent. They sound a bit "redneck"

    Otherwise I really like hearing foreigners speak french, especially Japanese and American people. It's always good to see someone who tries hard to speak your language.


    WHAT?! The French accent in English is tres sexy! I melt every time I hear it
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    Aug 04, 2012 12:42 PM GMT
    Isugemi saidIt's been very lately I started to distinguish American, English and Australian accents. I can't really hear the differences yet between all the american accents though.
    I HATE French accent in English, pobably cause it's my accent.
    Maybe for most people here it won't really ring a bell, but in French, I love Belgian and Quebec accents, they are the cutest things ever. But I don't really like South France accent and North France accent. They sound a bit "redneck"

    Otherwise I really like hearing foreigners speak french, especially Japanese and American people. It's always good to see someone who tries hard to speak your language.


    No way, I bet the French accent to all people who aren't French is fascinating.
    I'm curious to hear what you sound like since you described your accent as a French 'redneck' accent.
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    Aug 04, 2012 12:44 PM GMT
    Yeah accents are really sexy.

    I love American accents (certain ones), French, German and Spanish.
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    Aug 04, 2012 12:45 PM GMT
    Trauts said

    WHAT?! The French accent in English is tres sexy! I melt every time I hear it


    Haha but it's not easy when I mix up Beach and Bitch or Hole and Whole etc. My Icelandic roommate is getting crazy because of that.

    Oh I also love when Korean people speak English, French or Japanese. Sounds like children learning to speak.
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    Aug 04, 2012 12:54 PM GMT
    BRoss saidNo way, I bet the French accent to all people who aren't French is fascinating.
    I'm curious to hear what you sound like since you described your accent as a French 'redneck' accent.


    Haha I meant when people who come from the North or the South of France speak French, they sound really "redneck" to me, cause I am from Paris and I speak the "standard" French that you can hear on TV and that is taught at school.
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    Aug 04, 2012 1:00 PM GMT
    Isugemi said
    BRoss saidNo way, I bet the French accent to all people who aren't French is fascinating.
    I'm curious to hear what you sound like since you described your accent as a French 'redneck' accent.


    Haha I meant when people who come from the North or the South of France speak French, they sound really "redneck" to me, cause I am from Paris and I speak the "standard" French that you can hear on TV and that is taught at school.


    That's interesting. I have cousins from the south of France and I can't tell the difference between their accents and those I hear on M6 (a French tv channel).

    All I know is they sound really cute when they speak English icon_biggrin.gif
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    Isugemi said
    BRoss saidNo way, I bet the French accent to all people who aren't French is fascinating.
    I'm curious to hear what you sound like since you described your accent as a French 'redneck' accent.


    Haha I meant when people who come from the North or the South of France speak French, they sound really "redneck" to me, cause I am from Paris and I speak the "standard" French that you can hear on TV and that is taught at school.


    That's interesting. I have cousins from the south of France and I can't tell the difference between their accents and those I hear on M6 (a French tv channel).

    All I know is they sound really cute when they speak English icon_biggrin.gif


    I agree, I think if any Frenchman speaks english from where ever in France, it's gonna sound yummy.
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    Aug 04, 2012 1:12 PM GMT
    Isugemi said
    BRoss saidNo way, I bet the French accent to all people who aren't French is fascinating.
    I'm curious to hear what you sound like since you described your accent as a French 'redneck' accent.


    Haha I meant when people who come from the North or the South of France speak French, they sound really "redneck" to me, cause I am from Paris and I speak the "standard" French that you can hear on TV and that is taught at school.


    Parisian doesnt speak Standart French! Paris isnt even part of France LOL!... la fierete des parigos!
    Im living in the countryside (North of France) and sure we have an accent but at least its traditional... not like the poshy parisian accent!

    I used to live in Australia, and can speak english with a queenslander accent, people never (almost) notice that im french. However, speaking with a french accent, sometime helps a LOT!!!!



  • Karl

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    Aug 04, 2012 1:13 PM GMT
    by the way I love hearing Italian speak English....
    can I call that's the most adorable accent in the world ? <3
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    Aug 04, 2012 1:27 PM GMT
    hot_french_man said
    Isugemi said
    BRoss saidNo way, I bet the French accent to all people who aren't French is fascinating.
    I'm curious to hear what you sound like since you described your accent as a French 'redneck' accent.


    Haha I meant when people who come from the North or the South of France speak French, they sound really "redneck" to me, cause I am from Paris and I speak the "standard" French that you can hear on TV and that is taught at school.


    Parisian doesnt speak Standart French! Paris isnt even part of France LOL!... la fierete des parigos!
    Im living in the countryside (North of France) and sure we have an accent but at least its traditional... not like the poshy parisian accent!

    I used to live in Australia, and can speak english with a queenslander accent, people never (almost) notice that im french. However, speaking with a french accent, sometime helps a LOT!!!!





    Wow so you would sound much more aussie than me if you have a Queenslander accent.
    I'm from sydney so it's not that strong of an accent.
  • HndsmKansan

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    Aug 04, 2012 1:31 PM GMT
    Accents can be hot... I'm told I have one. There is a "Kansas twang", some people here call it the "Kansas country twang" kind of a southern sound.
    My mother hated it, thinking that it made you sound unsophisticated.. Not sure that that is really true, a good friend of mine is a K-State grad, county ext. agent for our county, sounds very "Kansas country" and he's very hot with it...

    I know I do sound a little country... just not too much.
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    Karl saidby the way I love hearing Italian speak English....
    can I call that's the most adorable accent in the world ? <3


    The Italian accent is just gorgeous in general. I always think of Marcello Mastroianni in La Dolce Vita and I just melt icon_wink.gif

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    Aug 04, 2012 1:33 PM GMT
    BRoss said
    hot_french_man said
    Isugemi said
    BRoss saidNo way, I bet the French accent to all people who aren't French is fascinating.
    I'm curious to hear what you sound like since you described your accent as a French 'redneck' accent.


    Haha I meant when people who come from the North or the South of France speak French, they sound really "redneck" to me, cause I am from Paris and I speak the "standard" French that you can hear on TV and that is taught at school.


    Parisian doesnt speak Standart French! Paris isnt even part of France LOL!... la fierete des parigos!
    Im living in the countryside (North of France) and sure we have an accent but at least its traditional... not like the poshy parisian accent!

    I used to live in Australia, and can speak english with a queenslander accent, people never (almost) notice that im french. However, speaking with a french accent, sometime helps a LOT!!!!






    Wow so you would sound much more aussie than me if you have a Queenslander accent.
    I'm from sydney so it's not that strong of an accent.



    Obviously Queenslander' accent is the stronger (maybe NZ too)... But as Brisbane is south QLD... I dint catch the very heavy north queensland accent, even if I can speak with it, mostly to make fun of it!
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    Aug 04, 2012 1:37 PM GMT
    hot_french_man said
    BRoss said
    hot_french_man said
    Isugemi said
    BRoss saidNo way, I bet the French accent to all people who aren't French is fascinating.
    I'm curious to hear what you sound like since you described your accent as a French 'redneck' accent.


    Haha I meant when people who come from the North or the South of France speak French, they sound really "redneck" to me, cause I am from Paris and I speak the "standard" French that you can hear on TV and that is taught at school.


    Parisian doesnt speak Standart French! Paris isnt even part of France LOL!... la fierete des parigos!
    Im living in the countryside (North of France) and sure we have an accent but at least its traditional... not like the poshy parisian accent!

    I used to live in Australia, and can speak english with a queenslander accent, people never (almost) notice that im french. However, speaking with a french accent, sometime helps a LOT!!!!




    Wow so you would sound much more aussie than me if you have a Queenslander accent.
    I'm from sydney so it's not that strong of an accent.



    Obviously Queenslander' accent is the stronger (maybe NZ too)... But as Brisbane is south QLD... I dint catch the very heavy north queensland accent, even if I can speak with it, mostly to make fun of it!


    Haha, still that's cool you're multi accented.
    I'm curious to see if you sound like a male Elle Macpherson because I know her aussie accent get's a little warped with different things because she's lived abroad for a long time.
  • great_scott

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    Aug 04, 2012 3:41 PM GMT
    I like the way Brazilian guys talk. They always seem angry (even when they're not). HOT.
  • O5vx

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    Aug 04, 2012 3:53 PM GMT
    That cool southern accents from the us is awesome.
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    Aug 04, 2012 3:55 PM GMT
    I speak Texan.
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    Aug 04, 2012 4:04 PM GMT
    msuNtx saidI speak Texan.
    Is it like the Tennessee accent?