French toast stuck in their voice box...o.o
I have an English accent and I do not have English muffins stuck in my throat
Parce qu' ils utilisent des mots français.
I've noticed lately lots of French words are replacing English words for instance...The Circus...it's now called Circusdeolay or something like that...and bank is now Banke...what is going on here...we should all be learning Chinese...they own the world...
Just so long as we never change the word for seal don't want to go around hearing that every time I see a seal.
How often do you see Seal's? I can count on one hand how many times I've ever seen a Seal...and that's on TV...lol
I would say to make themselves sound dumb and hoity toity I think the French are pompous and arrogant.
Fashion ? Hey all my daughter's friends speak like they are Jamaican, they're not haha.
I was watching Lauren (Catherine Tate show) online, yeah the kids round here are mostly like that, son no.
Theres a local lad, white from Irish descent living in a scouse town, who has adopted the london (Staines) fake Jamacian accent 'Az tellya bro, ize never did nuffin blood!'. Everyone just thinks hes amusing.
I live in London so pretty standard lol. My parents are from Jamaica and I don't have the accent haha. Fashion I guess.
Quand il me prend dans les bras ,Il me parle tout bas, Je vois la vie en rose. (with an English accent)
Sometimes it's just fun to be silly. Sometimes that English word is a French word that has been adopted into English so long ago that people forget that it actually is a French word, so pronouncing it with a French accent, is only pronouncing it properly.
Silly, but fun; or pretentious. I don't know the person so I can't make the guess. If it had been me, it would have been because I was being pretentiously silly. But, hey...that's just me.
C'en est un ! ;)
Oui, c'est vrai.
They sound shite in Brummie.
Are you from the Midlands mon cher?
How mads that? I didnt know. lmao. There are loads of accents that sound terrible trying to say french words, geordie, cockney and scouse. I chose brum purely because its gentler and french in brum sound amusing rather than say scouse which sounds like a threat. 'Voule vous avec moi mate?'. lol. Im still bowled i chose your accent. is it strong brum?
I had a friend ,long ago, a postman from Dudley and i learned to mimic his accent. He said i'd pass in Birmingham so i think i got it. Now whenever i read your posts i will have a clue how you sound. Cool.
I don't know.
I pronounce French words with a southern accent.
Allie bamie? ;)
Whats odd there Gemz is that in brum you would say Alabama as allibammi. lol
Because c'est la vie!
maybe they're french words
because they are french duh....
you said some people you did not specify so I made the obvious deduction. Sorry if you didn't like my awesome answer. :P