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There are like a million(not really a million) accents, which do you think are sexy?
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Mine. Ignore the others, I am correct. I will provide proof later if you want.


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#10
Australian, Asian, Swedish...



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Irish.

Yep, although the junkies that ye hear in town in Dublin are an exception.
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Australian, Scottish, spanish, french
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Australian, Asian, Swedish...

Asian? Really?
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#16
Mine.

But I do like Italian and American countryish but not so country, just a bit, like my boyfriend has a bit of a country accent but he's been losing it since he's lived in California for awhile so his is perfect.

EDIT: I forgot Australian.
#18
British accent.

I really like southern US' one too.

I'd say mine but I've never heard any woman speaking with my exact same accent so I can't really tell.

Edit - I'll record myself speaking english and/or italian since you gentleman and gentleladies seem to like it that much.
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#19
A soft Canadian accent then my second would be a soft Irish accent
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But I do like Italian and American countryish but not so country, just a bit, like my boyfriend has a bit of a country accent but he's been losing it since he's lived in California for awhile so his is perfect.

I think that's what we call a "Vermon'er".
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British accent.

I really like southern US' one too.

I'd say mine but I've never heard any woman speaking with my exact same accent so I can't really tell.

There's no such thing as a "british" accent, nearly every city in Britain has a different accent.
#22
Obligatory French. Even if they've been speaking English for over a decade, and only have faint traces of it in their speak, it's just so sexy.

London accents are pretty sweet, too. Sexy British accents aren't hard to come by, but the unsexy ones are just as easy to find.
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There's no such thing as a "british" accent, nearly every city in Britain has a different accent.


dude every other street has a different accent
It's over simplified, So what!

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There's no such thing as a "british" accent, nearly every city in Britain has a different accent.

They all have the 'can't understand the f*** you're saying' accent.
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Clearly a strong Belfast accent
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#28
Imo, Australian, British(even though there is no such thing, I've never heard a brit that didn't sound sexy), Scottish, Irish, and Southern America.
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#29
Southern (US) accent. Can't say no to a man who calls me ma'am in that accent either.
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There's no such thing as a "british" accent, nearly every city in Britain has a different accent.

0.k., I got that completely wrong, sorry.
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Western australian accent.

I really like southern US' one too.

I'd say mine but I've never heard any woman speaking with my exact same accent so I can't really tell.


The thing is I heard this actress while my mother was watching TV and I was on the interweb.
As I heard that I immediately turned around and saw this girl who I thought was english.
The accent sounded pretty british to my ears.

I didn't really think it was australian for I was used to Jesse Spencer's Melbourne accent who, in my opinion, sucked pretty bad, until today when I looked at the actress' wikipedia page.
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A soft Irish accent, not the pikey Irish accent. Mmmmm.


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British accent.

I really like southern US' one too.

I'd say mine but I've never heard any woman speaking with my exact same accent so I can't really tell.

Edit - I'll record myself speaking english and/or italian since you gentleman and gentleladies seem to like it that much.

I've never understood this. With southern girls anyways.
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#37
French for female. either British or Russian for male.

actually i like scandinavian accents like Finnish too, but they're more cute than sexy
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#39
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>implying Louth isn't the worst accent in Ireland

shup u its as sexy as ****
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I've never understood this. With southern girls anyways.

Maybe because you consider "southern" to be the trashy, honey boo boo southern accent? There's a classier version lol

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Swedish i'd say.

Ah this one too.
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