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Author Topic: Which accents turns you OFF the most?  (Read 3732 times)


What really annoys me is the way people from Manchester do not say the word The and just put an awkward pause in the sentence.

So what do you think of...flowers.

I am going to...shops.

This morning I want to...hairdressers.

No, no, no; Anth!  :thumbsdown: Tha's missed out all the t' s in those three sentences!!  ;)  [Strictly speaking, I should, of course, have writtten, "Tha's missed out all the t' s in them three sentences!!  :D ]

They should have read: "So what do you think of t'flowers." ; "I am going to t'shops." and "This morning I went to t'hairdressers."

And it's not just them as is from Manchistoh as speaks like that; there's LOADS of us in t'North West speaks like that, tha knows! :D  And one or two from Yorkshire, too!

Apologies to those on this Board who can't stand my sense of humour.

Offline rpg

No, no, no; Anth!  :thumbsdown: Tha's missed out all the t' s in those three sentences!!  ;)  [Strictly speaking, I should, of course, have writtten, "Tha's missed out all the t' s in them three sentences!!  :D ]

They should have read: "So what do you think of t'flowers." ; "I am going to t'shops." and "This morning I went to t'hairdressers."

And it's not just them as is from Manchistoh as speaks like that; there's LOADS of us in t'North West speaks like that, tha knows! :D  And one or two from Yorkshire, too!

Apologies to those on this Board who can't stand my sense of humour.

Don't apologise. A wee injection of humour now and again is fine

Curious6705

Don't know about accent per se - but I have read that different languages need different vocalisations - what your throat does to make the basic sounds or phonemes of a language, it's harder to learn new ones as you get older, and some people can only learn new ones as children.

I've met Polish WGs who are pretty as a picture, but then they open their mouth and say "Come here darling!" in such a deep guttural voice. I don't think it's an accent just a very deep voiced way of vocalising - but I find it a little off putting.

Offline smiths

Don't apologise. A wee injection of humour now and again is fine

Definitely, always good to see some humour, a reason i miss Lurtz who could always be relied on to inject some. ;) :D

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Says a lot about an accent though if you can't stand your own though doesn't it

Haha just to clarify although I have a northern accent it's not the typical Manchester one. I always find it very interesting how even living just 10 miles down the road someone can have a completely different accent.

i can't think of an accent that turns me off, but i can't stand girls that sound like men  :vomit:

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Offline HKS15

Can't stand strong Manchester, Essex or Brummie accents.

I'd hate to have my cock called lickle in any accent :rolleyes:

But seriously! Dont really give a shit if the bird is fit, would have to agree chav/ fake USA/ Yardie is Annoying :dash:

Offline scottbowe

Or that weird (not sure how to describe it really) American street? accent that black British youngsters use. And some whites, which for some reason sounds even more pathetic!

It's called "twatois", like patois, but spoken by a twat.

Offline scottbowe

Can't stand strong Manchester, Essex or Brummie accents.

Oh I don't know... one girl from Sandy's said to me once (in a broad Manc accent).. "well, yer knur, ah've bin thinkin aboot, yer knur, lickin' booms" ... turned me right on...


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