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scottydoe

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Date Signed Up:8/16/2010
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#179 - here's a legit question...what is the english accent that is c…  [+] (6 replies) 05/21/2011 on England and America The... +1
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#520 - makeenglandproud (05/21/2011) [-]
I'd say Geordie, Cockney or Brummy... suppose it's a matter of opinion though
#209 - Fignuts (05/21/2011) [-]
probably west country accent would be the equivalent, it can get almost to another language down in cornwall
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#197 - MySoulYourBeats (05/21/2011) [-]
That would be one of our many farmer region accents. I live in Norwich and that would be an equivalent I guess.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UVBNwtkq5ok

Have a montage from a football/soccer discussion show on our local radio (we're not all as bad as this I promise)
#191 - anon (05/21/2011) [-]
not knowing about all of the different english accents myself, my best guess would be Cockney, though I may be way off so don't quote me and thumb down gently!
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#198 - MySoulYourBeats (05/21/2011) [-]
Cockney is probably comparable to the New York accent.
#200 - scottydoe (05/21/2011) [-]
cowboy = hick. new yorker = hipster.
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