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Author Topic: Accent  (Read 7081 times)

Offline Lz-129

Just been on to the phone to my mobile phone company and got through to a girl who is obviously from the north east, beautiful Cheryl Cole type accent, seriously sexy!
I'd just love to spend some time with a girl and her Geordie accent but I guess there's no real way of filtering aw for that specifically least of all down here in the West Country

My least favourite... Sorry you Brums, it don't do much for me

Anyone else got a soft spot for accents?

Offline potata72

I have and it goes for pretty much any accent for me.

The brummie accent certainly isn't my favourite for sexiness but I have seen a great WG who had this accent and managed to sound sexy!

Geordie and Australian accents I really like too.

Offline Nickp

For me it has to be Aussie or NZ, i do love SA as well. Following that a US or Canadian, I best stop there. I suppose its where English in whatever form is the primary.

Offline Hetfield

I love Geordie, ala Cheryl Cole. I also really like the southern Irish, and the Welsh too - but not the thick, heavy Welsh.

Scots is a funny one. I like it on a guy (as in, talking to a Scottish guy, not for punting :D ) but I don't like it on a woman. I used to work with a Scottish guy, and his accent was hilarious when he's ranting about something. But on a woman, it's actually a turn off for me.

American is ok, but it really depends where abouts in the US the accent is from. I love the bold, brash, New York accent, but the LA "whine" pisses me off. Texas is great on a guy, but again, on a woman - doesn't do it for me. I think I like southern hick accents on woman; call me objectifying and crass, but there's something about a dumb/ditzy blonde chick with a southern hick accent!

French - take it or leave it. Can be sexy, but can be fucking annoying. Italians just sound angry. Spanish talk to fast, and Russians just sound scary!

and the Welsh too - but not the thick, heavy Welsh.

That rules out 99% of them then.  Most I've met are fat & stupid  :lol:














I love you taffs really  :rose:

Offline smiths

I love a Geordie accent myself, i also love a posh totty accent on a WG, especially if she is an absolute slut at the punt.

I really dislike the South African Africaans accent, its like fingernails on a blackboard to my ears.

Offline ManBat

sexy northern Irish accent, mmmmmm
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Offline smiths

sexy northern Irish accent, mmmmmm

Agree, sadly the number of Irish WGs in London nowadays is so much less than in the 80s and 90s. Most i punted with were real goers.

Offline Ali Katt

I think Geordie was voted best on a survey and Brum the worst so your views are in line with what some of the population of the UK seem to think. Personally, I don't mind if they're a bit snotty, especially if they're lapping up my dick snot. I like intelligent women and that is more important to me than accent. Neutral Southern (i.e. not strong Essex), RP or a good East or West Midlands accent win prizes, if talking about the UK. Any foreign accent as long as they can understand English, and not just when they choose to.

Offline smiths

I also like very common Cockney, especially if the WG swears like a trooper.

Offline haystacks79

I like an accent, though not a harsh one - so a gentle Scottish accent, or irish, welsh etc. that are similar.

Offline Lz-129

Irish is an odd one, can't remember her name (edit: lisa burke) but there was a weather girl on sky news a few years back with a seriously sexy Irish accent but also on sky there was a news girl (located in Ireland) who had an awful accent. Can't remember her name either (edit: vicki hawthorne)
Ain't keen on cockney or Essex, do like a soft welsh though
« Last Edit: April 25, 2013, 07:32:19 PM by Lz-129 »



Offline lovelysofia92

Is this only about native English accents?

My favourite one must be Colombian/Argentinian/Spanish etc. Generally, Latin people are adorable when speaking English.

I used to have this Colombian roomie and I quite fancied her. She sounded exactly like Sofia Vergara in Modern Family.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKwOoRd5tHk

A bit of eye-candy.
« Last Edit: April 25, 2013, 07:57:00 PM by lovelysofia92 »


Offline ParisB

When i first when to Glasgow and other parts of Scotland  I virtually  spent my entire trip saying to clients
excuse me ...
pardon .....
what did you just say.....
sorry what was that...   

then realising ....  Ohhhh you want a blow job - I swear next time i venture to Glasgow i will watch a few re-runs of trainspotting or something similar

Northern Ireland - while i love the Irish accent the first few trip was quite scary as they all seem permanently pissed off at you on the phone and quite aggressive  it took me a while to realise that its just they way that they speak and they are really quite lovely

Offline Lz-129

When i first when to Glasgow and other parts of Scotland  I virtually  spent my entire trip saying to clients
excuse me ...
pardon .....
what did you just say.....
sorry what was that...   

then realising ....  Ohhhh you want a blow job - I swear next time i venture to Glasgow i will watch a few re-runs of trainspotting or something similar

Northern Ireland - while i love the Irish accent the first few trip was quite scary as they all seem permanently pissed off at you on the phone and quite aggressive  it took me a while to realise that its just they way that they speak and they are really quite lovely

I am surprised you can remember a West Country accent the amount of time your away from home :dash:

Offline Lz-129

Any European accents? I love a French accent or Spanish but can't abide a German accent, not heard too many but what I have :thumbsdown:

Offline Stew

As a Brummie I like the accent. Other UK accents are all good especially Yorkshire, Lancashire and Scottish. I like posh voices as well. American accents can be sexy although a lot can be irritating.

Offline EnglishRebecca121

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no one voted for west country  :(

i struggle with the scots  :unknown: my uncle is scottish and i never have a clue what he is on about i just smile and nod

My favourites are, in no particular order, Geordie, East of Scotland [Miss Jean Brodie-ish], Yorkshire & Scouse.

I like listening to accents and trying to guess where people come from.  I've lived in the Northwest for most of my life and I used to be able to identify local differences in Lancashire accents - they roll their "r"s more in Blackburrn & Burrnleh than they do in Rochdull & Owdum, for example.

Offline haystacks79

no one voted for west country  :(

well, I like it, but I'm just a little biased - and to be honest, I don't notice it, as it's what I hear everyday.
« Last Edit: April 25, 2013, 09:22:35 PM by haystacks79 »

Offline Lz-129

no one voted for west country  :(


No-one likes us West Country folk..


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