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#2
southern
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#5
a wet one usually
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#6
Any that uses a lot of high front vowels.

And I love the intonation of Finns speaking English too.
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#7
Scouse? Fuck it makes me want to kill people.

Irish, Scottish, Australian and sometimes a Texas accent on a smooth talking girl
#8
British.

Yes, I know there are a million british accents.

But still, british.

Like Alice Eve's. What's that exactly?
#10
A southern accent on a girl is super charming.
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Not even half of Ireland have that accent


3 counties maybe?
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3 counties maybe?


From my experiences, you'd really only find them in the west
#18
A pretty black girl with a British accent is very hot
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Any that uses a lot of high front vowels.

And I love the intonation of Finns speaking English too.

I SAW YOU SAID ROUNDED AT FIRST HAHA.

And I wish I was enough of a language nerd to know what either of those mean.
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British.

Yes, I know there are a million british accents.

But still, british.

Like Alice Eve's. What's that exactly?



Essex? South England anyway.


For me, I love the Northern Irish accents. I know someone from Newry and they have an awesome accent.
German too, but more on shouty drunk men than for sexy girls.
#23
If anyone has a thing for Dorset accents, I can talk dirty down the phone to you (UK only) for a small charge? I'm pretty strapped for cash right now...
#24
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Essex? South England anyway.


For me, I love the Northern Irish accents. I know someone from Newry and they have an awesome accent.
German too, but more on shouty drunk men than for sexy girls.

Essex?! She most definitely does not have a typical Essex accent. It's almost Received Pronunciation really.
#25
French in particular. Most central europe I guess like czech, slovak, polish, etc. Scandinavian is pretty hot, too.

My least favourite are british, southern american, new york/jersey, spanish, russian, german
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Essex?! She most definitely does not have a typical Essex accent. It's almost Received Pronunciation really.



Typical Essex or chavvy Essex? That end of the country is probably the closest to speaking the typical "posh" English, but most people know them for the West London sort of speaking, like the Guy Ritchie films would have people believe.
Pretty much everyone I know from down there is well spoken.
#28
I like Australian accents on guys, and Irish (south) accents on girls. It's just sexay.
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#29
Light British and light American south accents, I really like subtlety.
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Scouse? Fuck it makes me want to kill people.

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#32
English, Irish, East London(not on a girl though)
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#33
Being from the south, I'm a bit of a sucker for a light southern belle accent on the laydeez. Although it does have to be light. If it's too thick I start to get annoyed by it. I think my favorite part of the accent is when "well" comes out as "whale."

I'm also a pretty big fan of Castillian and New Mexico accents.
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#34
I quite like a good Geordie accent. Southerners piss me off though and will continue to do so if they keep calling me "Phiw".
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I SAW YOU SAID ROUNDED AT FIRST HAHA.

And I wish I was enough of a language nerd to know what either of those mean.


I changed my mind

Try keeping your lips mostly closed and your tongue towards the top of your mouth and make a noise. That's kind of what I'm talking about. Common in a lot of Irish dialects and some Scottish, as well as Australian and New Zealand accents.

I am also really fond of Bristolian though, which is nothing at all like that.
#39
I dont like most american accents for some reason. I think I just like accents, and since american english is like the "normal" english for me most other accents are nice.

We should include languages too, that would be more interesting. I really like french-speaking girls for some reason
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I changed my mind

Try keeping your lips mostly closed and your tongue towards the top of your mouth and make a noise. That's kind of what I'm talking about. Common in a lot of Irish dialects and some Scottish, as well as Australian and New Zealand accents.

I am also really fond of Bristolian though, which is nothing at all like that.

Not gonna work for me, I live in the Hudson valley and have way too much influence on how I talk from New York and the Hudson