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Posted: 8/20/2017 7:55:32 PM EST
I'm voting for Irish/Scottish.

And yes, I am watching Robert Rogers on "Turn" as I make this thread.
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Australian
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Irish
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Amish
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[Last Edit: 8/20/2017 8:04:37 PM EST by thesilvercord]
FPNI - Australian.

Trivago girl.



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Scottish and Irish
Southern belles
Texas
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Originally Posted By thesilvercord:
FPNI

Trivago girl.

https://i.ytimg.com/vi/k46al9h2Ui0/maxresdefault.jpg
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THIS THIS THIS THIS.

Wait, she's Canadian........
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Australian. If all telemarketers had that accent, I would be broke.
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chicks from NewZealand
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Irish... doesn't matter if you can't understand a single fooking word they're saying or not.
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Skanks from Brooklyn, N.Y..
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[Last Edit: 8/20/2017 8:03:54 PM EST by Fulminata]
My great-grandma was born in Glasgow, so I can do the full bore Scottish at the drop of a hat.

The one that always made chicks get all touchy-feely though is Boer, which is actually really hard to do if you're not actually from there, but I'm just that damn good.

My normal speaking voice however is just a mild hillbilly accent, I went to college and shit so sound semi-edumicated...most of the time.

As far as the one that I like on a woman it's a tossup between posh Brit or dirty Bavarian.
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Originally Posted By SWMP15AOP:



THIS THIS THIS THIS.

Wait, she's Canadian........
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She's Australian. Straight from Trivago website:

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[Last Edit: 8/20/2017 8:04:41 PM EST by Frank_B]
Scots.

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Originally Posted By Got_Nukes:
Australian
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Australian.
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Australia




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Proper English (the queen's English)

Unlike what these kids are speaking today. I have no idea when I get interns coming in and they say phrases that are totally pointless "salted on them" "let go and let God" "FOMO" etc...
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South African 
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I re-Binged her. There are 2 Gabrielle Miller's and the Canadian is a butter face.

I want my vote changed to Australian.

I apologize to anyone who may have been offended by my gross mistake. Canadian?, what was I thinking. Aussie all the way!
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Other:

Slavic.
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Deutsch
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French accented English is hawt,so is South African.

At the opposite end of the spectrum is South Asian,just horrible.
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Oklahoma girls
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Pikey
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High Tiders.
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Ausie or US southern. Take your pick.


BTW, the more rare South African, good grief!!!
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Originally Posted By Got_Nukes:
Australian
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Aussie Aussie Aussie oi oi oi!!

Or Southern Belle
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White southern (Alabama/Georgia) female.
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Irish lilt coming from a spicy redhead.

I can't understand a thing the Scots say.
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Originally Posted By SPECTRE:
Scottish and Irish
Southern belles
Texas
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Texans don't have an accent.

Maureen O'Hare in "The Quiet Man" was awesome.
Link Posted: 8/20/2017 8:37:31 PM EST
I have some hearing loss and any strong accent makes it harder to catch what people are saying. Those British/Aussie/Scott accents are the worst.
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Originally Posted By vkeith:
Irish lilt coming from a spicy redhead.

I can't understand a thing the Scots say.
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Up until I was 12 when she passed away I had to translate what my great-grandma was saying to people if she got in "a mood"*, when I'd get done they'd invariably ask me what language she was speaking. So I'd say,"English...-ish." They'd make this face and then they'd ask where she was from,"Glasgow."

* she was usually in "a mood" too.
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Southern Girls
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Irish does not equal Scottish accents, at least in my experience. I love Irish accents.
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Originally Posted By Lieh-tzu:
Irish does not equal Scottish accents, at least in my experience. I love Irish accents.
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Most Irish accents are close to an Anglicized Scottish accent done in the style of Nicolas Cage, where everything goes up at tHE END.



At least the ones you hear on TV or in movies by people who aren't Irish.
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I vote Redneck
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Going to have to go with a tall blonde sporting an Aussie accent.

That's like kryptonite.
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True Spanish,Penelope Cruz. / Thread.

The voice of an Angel.
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I'm surprised you didn't add Russian and German accents to the list. I still would've voted Irish/Scottish ( though they are two different accents.
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Originally Posted By bushbandit:
True Spanish,Penelope Cruz. / Thread.

The voice of an Angel.
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This too. Love the Spanish girls.
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Originally Posted By Krink:
Southern Girls
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Link Posted: 8/20/2017 9:23:21 PM EST
British gets my vote.
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[Last Edit: 8/20/2017 9:26:18 PM EST by FlyingGorilla]
Caribbean singsong English. 35 years ago (Damn! That long ago?) our squadron had a young lady lieutenant who was from the British Virgin Islands and it was just amazing to here her speak. I think every guy in the room would have their knees turn to rubber listening to her speak at a squadron meeting. I know my knees would get wobbly and I'd feel my heart melt listening to her.

I know that I had more than a few thoughts of how she was just so desirable due to that voice. If there weren't restriction on enlisted and officers dating and she'd have been unattached I'd have gone after woman that SO fast.

Sometimes I think if I had it to do all over again and knew then what I know now, I'd have gone for the Caribbean ladies in my early twenties and never looked back.
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Originally Posted By Pirkle:

Texans don't have an accent.

Maureen O'Hare in "The Quiet Man" was awesome.
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Indeed.

Speech impediments are not accents.
Link Posted: 8/20/2017 9:31:00 PM EST
If you talk to irish people for a while, they start to convert you, against your will.  You start adopting THEIR accent.
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