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Ollytheleprechaun5 Ollytheleprechaun5 16-17, F 16 Answers Nov 11, 2012 in Hobbies

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I don't have an accent, you're the one with the accent :-P

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:) I could probably say the same to you, unless you have an Irish accent lol.

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That's what I tell people who comment on mine. lol

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Nopers, not irish - but me likes irish accents.

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Yeah, some people find my accent funny and will mock me every chance they get. As my friend puts it, " Your thanks sounds like tanks and your I sounds like Oy." lol.

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I didn't say I found them funny .... ;-)

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I know. :)

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I have an English-Irish accent and love it especially when in somewhere like Spain I went up and when they asked where I was from I said Ireland but in a strange accent and loved it although people say I talk to fast

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if you listen closely you can barely hear a southern accent... but I've gotten rid of it.

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Canadian I guess. And no, we do not say "aboot".

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i have a southern accent. I love australian and french accents

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stupid southern redneck backwoods hick :)



I hate it,,, so I dont talk much.

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Put it this way. I'm from rural Georgia and live in rural Alabama. And I love it. As Johnny Cash put it in song, Yankees call it dumb but it's far from dumb. [:{)

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Ohio accent but sometimes I unconciously break out in a British, Japanese, or southers accent.

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ostrayan

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I have an American accent although English is not my first language. (I grew up in NYC) but when I get mad, my mother's accent comes out... weirdest thing.

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British...... Birmingham basically

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strong Irish

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I have an Irish accent too, exept It's not as strong any more. It faded a bit since I moved to America.

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Mine is Derry strong

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I wish Mine was still strong. :/

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oh im sure it is very cute

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Thanks, It's strong enough to tell it's Irish. :)

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