Canadian/American Accents

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    Mar 23, 2009 3:47 AM GMT
    ok so as many people know, most Canadians and Americans love the British and Australian accents. But what I've always wondered is whether the British or Australians (or anyone else for that matter) find the Canadian or American accents to be hot. So what do you guys think?

    If you guys like the Canadian/American accents say the ones that you like; Newfie, Southern, Boston etc. or all of them! Also what other accents do you find hot?
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    Mar 23, 2009 6:19 AM GMT
    I just love the Southern accent.

    But many can't tell the difference between the the Canadian, and American Accent.
    The *** **** accent does the least for me.
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    Mar 23, 2009 8:06 AM GMT
    Pattison saidI just love the Southern accent.

    But many can't tell the difference between the the Canadian, and American Accent.
    The *** **** accent does the least for me.


    What is "New York", Trebek?


    And if it is... i disagree. I love the NY accent!
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    Mar 23, 2009 9:43 AM GMT
    When I lived in the UK I always got compliments on my accent.
    I always thought a rough east end (london) accent was extremely sexy in a bad boy/rude boy kind of way..GRRRRR...
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    Those Aussie boys sound pretty sexy too!
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    Mar 23, 2009 10:58 AM GMT
    any accent that's not native to england will do me.

    east end kinetic?

    GROSS!
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    Mar 23, 2009 11:00 AM GMT
    I love british accent, and french-english accent is really hot icon_razz.gif
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    Mar 23, 2009 1:30 PM GMT
    I love Canadians.

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    Mar 23, 2009 1:38 PM GMT
    It's been my experience that native people can tell the subtle differences between regional accents where people from other countries can't hear it as well. On another forum, a Brit I know couldn't tell the difference between my accent and a guy we both know from Indiana, and it was pretty clear to both of us. On the same note, I couldn't tell the difference between my Brit friend and most other people I heard when I was over there on vacation.

    There's a salesman here at work who lives in South Carolina, and he comes up to the main office a few times a year. He's got a voice like warm honey.
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    Mar 23, 2009 1:41 PM GMT
    Love SE USA...

    And also the accents of Cubans who moved to Canada in the last say 2-3 years

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    Mar 23, 2009 1:44 PM GMT
    Lostboy saidLove SE USA...

    And also the accents of Cubans who moved to Canada in the last say 2-3 years

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    haha I miss you too lol icon_redface.gif
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    Mar 23, 2009 2:24 PM GMT
    Specially if they look like a Doozer

    http://www.realjock.com/fullphoto/?id=159488_332111&height=621&adult=0
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    Mar 23, 2009 2:40 PM GMT
    Been in the Uk for two solid years, I love the 'Naked Chef' Jamie Oliver accent.
    The Scottish is not bad either...icon_lol.gif
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    Mar 23, 2009 3:35 PM GMT
    jlester4 saidok so as many people know, most Canadians and Americans love the British and Australian accents. But what I've always wondered is whether the British or Australians (or anyone else for that matter) find the Canadian or American accents to be hot. So what do you guys think?

    If you guys like the Canadian/American accents say the ones that you like; Newfie, Southern, Boston etc. or all of them! Also what other accents do you find hot?


    Love Australian accent!!!!!!!!?!?!?!?!?!? Nooooooootttttttttt!!!!!!!!!

    It's one of the ugliest accents there is!!!!!!!! grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. It grates on the ears!!!!!!!!!! And my ex is Australianicon_razz.gif
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    Mar 23, 2009 3:39 PM GMT
    Fable saidany accent that's not native to england will do me.

    east end kinetic?

    GROSS!

    Uh-uh. Don't even start when you know those Islington boys can turn you out! icon_razz.gif

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    Mar 23, 2009 3:43 PM GMT
    Southern accent all the fucking way. And hell,,,,,,, if it is a nice southern boy with a thick accent. I will give up the booticon_wink.gify.
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    Mar 23, 2009 4:28 PM GMT
    I can't tell the difference between most American accents.

    I think it's a hot accent though.
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    Mar 23, 2009 5:04 PM GMT
    french english is sooo hot!
  • justinscotts

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    Mar 23, 2009 5:07 PM GMT
    Newfie is hot....I spent a week there and came home with my own heavy version I could not rid for another week. My family was confused.

    Some damn hot boys and their talk there though...
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    Mar 23, 2009 5:42 PM GMT
    I used to think I had an ear for accents, but in my last job I dealt with a lot of people that originally spoke Norwegian, German, and various eastern European languages that learned English in the U.K. so well they picked up the basics of the British accent, but still had some vague underlying tones of their first one That really threw me off.

    I love Aussie and Kiwi, but I'm not great at telling them apart. I also learned that Aussies and Kiwis don't like being mistaken for each other.icon_lol.gif

    I love the various accents from the U.K. Even Magda's on AB Fab even though I can't understand most of what she's saying.

    I'm not partial to New York/NewJersey accents. Maybe because most of my real life encounters with them have involved them yelling and complaining about things when it wasn't called for. They seem the accents of inappropriate aggression and unjustified confrontation.

    Oh, and those southern boysicon_razz.gif
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    Mar 23, 2009 5:59 PM GMT
    I'm aussie, and I do like the American accent - a nice neutral one, not the southern twang. Canadian is great too.

    Bf is american, so I have no issues hearing him speak all day - bedroom talk in an accent is hot too icon_smile.gificon_twisted.gif
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    Mar 23, 2009 10:31 PM GMT
    GuerrillaSodomite saidI used to think I had an ear for accents, but in my last job I dealt with a lot of people that originally spoke Norwegian, German, and various eastern European languages that learned English in the U.K. so well they picked up the basics of the British accent, but still had some vague underlying tones of their first one That really threw me off.

    I love Aussie and Kiwi, but I'm not great at telling them apart. I also learned that Aussies and Kiwis don't like being mistaken for each other.icon_lol.gif

    I love the various accents from the U.K. Even Magda's on AB Fab even though I can't understand most of what she's saying.

    I'm not partial to New York/NewJersey accents. Maybe because most of my real life encounters with them have involved them yelling and complaining about things when it wasn't called for. They seem the accents of inappropriate aggression and unjustified confrontation.

    Oh, and those southern boysicon_razz.gif


    Maybe it's because I'm a True blue Aussie, and not just in name. But there is a big difference, between the Aussie Accent, and a Kiwi one. For one, when I say: six, it does not sound like sex, as when a Kiwi says it.

    Also being a country lad. My accent is diffrent to a city kids as well. Also being 6 generations born to Oz, and a country lad. By accent is even stronger than a person from the City who is a new Australian, and only a few generations born to Oz.

    Oh I just love the Southern accent, and they are so polite, even when being rude. My American Husband is from the Mid West. His accent does little for me. In fact I don't, really even notice it anymore.
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    Mar 23, 2009 10:58 PM GMT
    People from buffalo say car like "Caar" its cute icon_smile.gif

    I can hear how people from different parts of england have different accents. Most Canadian's all sound alike to me except if they live on the east coast.




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    Mar 23, 2009 11:05 PM GMT
    When I was in Australia I had guys always asking me to say just random words like "about" and then come up with random other words for me to say just to hear my accent...it was strange being the foreigner with the sexy accent. So to answer your question yes they do find them sexy
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    Aug 09, 2010 2:10 AM GMT
    When I lived in Australia it was a definite benefit to be Canadian. The accent was appreciated.
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    Aug 09, 2010 2:12 AM GMT
    marvelousmark17 saidWhen I was in Australia I had guys always asking me to say just random words like "about" and then come up with random other words for me to say just to hear my accent...it was strange being the foreigner with the sexy accent. So to answer your question yes they do find them sexy


    That would be "aboot"