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That made me laugh because whenever we travel back to the UK and hear the voice over the loudspeaker, we think how common he sounds!
Crystal Tatum says
Abby Campbell says
Interesting stuff. Actually my accent is often mistaken for Australian too, so I guess that adds to the situation then...
Karen Robiscoe says
Aha, you are the first to "turn the tables" so to speak.
Marie Alana says
All valid points I think...
The thing is I'm just being myself with no ulterior motive - not attempting to do any sex appeal boosting at all. Perhaps it's just that I stand from the crowd as you say...
I have actually considered the voice over thing as more and more North American commercials seem to have British accents on them...
Ouch, remind me never to talk to you in person then (unless of course you are British yourself) or at least I should try to put on my best Canadian twang! Thanks for the input...
John Connor says
Firstly, nice nice use of "eh" at the end of the sentence - very Canadian. How do you know that I don't chat about ice hockey too, albeit in my British accent?? However, the favoured ground argument could have some validity...hmm.
Exotic eh? Never considered myself to be exotic, like... ever.