Sho 'nuf we do. Suh'ners haf dat axcent.
I love the Boston accent...and the Louisiana accent.
yeah, I love the Boston accent a lot.
nalins is nice too!!
there are nice sexy southern drawls also that are really fun to hear.
hey, that aussie, irish or french does it for me.
I'm not sure being a Aussie, I just think US accents are so sexy, love them all.
I feel that way about Dutch men speaking English
I love hearing the accent of woman from certain parts of the South like Atlanta.
Why, Northeast Texas accent! We have a little bit of Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas and some Oklahoma. All blended to create that perfect country-fied accent where 'i' sounds like 'a' and one syllible words become two!
I am from North Carolina and the ladies here in Chicago love the way I talk.
All those 30-odd years ago when I was in England, the Brits seemed to REALLY love a southern drawl. I happily obliged in occasion since my mother's side are all proper southerners from all over the south. Hence, I have a drawl but as Uncle Cecil from Oklahoma said, "Dan, ya'all have a drawl, but ewe ain't from nowhar."
Johannesburg, South African dialects...the few times I've heard the accent in English it was Beautiful!!!!
South Africa is not in the USA :p
I'll say the Texan accent, since I am getting married to one
I'm with you on this one.. Texans just have the sexiest US accent
Oooops! Then I'd have to say I like the East Coast accent (VIRGINIA!!!)being I can understand everyword they enunciate! haha...Sorry for not clearly reading everything!
Clearly you have never heard the Irish Accent
Toppa the morning laddies! ( I love the Irish, you bunch of leprechauns !
I was in Dublin with my (American) fiancée a few months back, she has just a little bit of trouble understanding a word you guys say!
We did meet some actors in temple bar, got stoned, then snuck in to a night club though, was pretty fun!
Yes we are leprechauns, but we have big cocks, my rooster is now two feet tall
Like, where's the love for, like, California?
I love listening to the Scots talk. If the brough is heavy it is might hard to understand but oh so fun to try and figure out.
I am all in favor of everyone sounding like Jamaicans, mon! of course any really truly sexy person with just about any accent (even Russian) will heat my boots!
As an Australian I love almost all the accents I have heard across America, I love the Irish, south African accents as well. I have been passed off as a Texan for a joke by one of my Californian friends, and everyone bought it. Apparently some (only some) Texans sound a bit like my Melbourne drawl.
I loved the Phillie and Hawaiian accents I've heard on my travels to the states.
To be honest, I love to hear any accent when it's different to my rough Scottish accent.
Irish and Welsh accents are really cool, had to mention although this is a favourite American accent forum.
my husband is from Liverpool, and i used to live there. We lived right near the two football grounds, a little nearer to Anfield, i swear if you get a bus from Anfield, and travel into town on a Saturday afternoon, or evening, it is a delight to hear the accent and the banter, even better in the football ground. Their accent and personal touch is second to none. Sorry not overly familiar with American accents. Now Manchester England, that is some accent,
I like all the different accents. though when I lived on Long Island it was hard to figure out at first. and of course I was laughed at because of my drawl too. lol
as for my favorite accents abroad I'd have to say jamaican, welsh, scottish, german.
by T_Diamond 12 years ago
I come from Russia, but having lived in New Zealand for almost 10 years, I've lost a lot of my Russian accent. To a point, where people wouldn't mistake me for a foreigner lol. I have a slight accent, but only the very slight. Unlike my mum and dad who still have a strong Russian accent and they...
by Arthur Russ 4 years ago
Which English Language and or dialect do you speak, and is it Your Native Tongue? I often have difficulties in fully understanding Americans during ‘in-depth’ correspondence on topical subjects because we speak two different languages e.g. American English and British English. Prima facie the...
by musclequest 11 years ago
In South Africa we have 11 native languages so its fare to say a large majority of people speak english as a second or third language.I.too speak Afrikaans as my first language and often crack a laugh at my fellow Afrikaners accents.
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