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I'm a mix between norwegian- english way of talking and american :P
moretotheeyes moretotheeyes 16-17, F 21 Answers Nov 4, 2012 in Community

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Southern Ontario, I guess with a tiny bit of French Canadian accent tossed in, although I am not French and don't speak the language at all.

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Australian English.

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rural ontario, with a hint of ottawa valley

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Scottish.

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Snooker Hall influenced Strong Irish

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I sound standard American when I'm calm, but my Brooklyn upbringing shines through when you get me drunk or angry...

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Refined posh English accent so iv been told...:)

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I'm from Upper Michigan. Our accent is very close to that of Central Canada, but ours has a bit of a Finnish accent added to it.

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A standard middle-class English accent with occasional hints of a Norfolk twang.

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Part Huntington, WV and part Baltimore, MD. I have an accent all of my own, apparently.

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I have an educated English accent. I've been accused of being posh before when I'm anything but.

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american-australian...and i hate the australian part ..

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I love australian accents!

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i dont , their just plain...ugh,,, and yuuck...and its just too fancy i cant hold up a convo with an auz without laughing/giggling or goin like wut wut wut ??

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really? i want to go to australia just to hear it all day haha :)

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soooo many paths to follow

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Cockney

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