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#1
I have a northern kind of accent. I was born and raised in the Great Lakes Area if that helps you understand what I mean.
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#4
Typical north east accent (not like Boston or New York city kind of thing).
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#6
Scottish.

Comes from being Scottish.

Central Scotland stylee, been told I have a glasgow twang tho. Not sure how I feel about that.
#7
I've got a sort of north-western accent. Sometimes it's stronger than others, depends who I'm with.
#8
Lol, im from upstate ny so ive got that accent
i cant really tell much but ppl have told me in Pennsylvannia that i talk funny on some words
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#10
North Yorkshire, but not ridiculously broad.
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#11
a nothing accent. i live in lincolnshire (i.e. lincoln!) that doesn't really have any sort of accent.
#12
Mild Glaswegian.
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#13
Yorkshire Accent Ftw :d
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#16
I have basically no accent. Kansas... need i say more?
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#18
Boston Accent. Hahdcoah d00d!
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The common Leicester accent
#25
I'm doing study abroad and apparently I have they most American accent that any of the british kids have ever heard. Its not southern or anything, just American. I take that as a compliment I guess lol
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#26
The best accent in the world: A Yorkshire one. Not Doncaster, Sheffield, Hull, or any of those faggy "Yorkshire" accents, either.

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#27
Bristolian, basically the girls round here speak like Vicky Pollard off Little Britain.
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#28
east london bang bang..... sorry
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#31
got a thick scottish accent that makes the ladies cream


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#32
english/american.

its sort of english but i tend to say words the american way.
because my family is half american.
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#33
Quite posh. Love it. Great English accent to have. Foreign girls love it
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#34
Somewhere in between a cockney geeza and southern english..not too posh but not too scummy if you know what i mean
#37
Whatever one you get from living around the great lakes, the New York part of that, like Buffalo and whatnot.
#39
English.
I've never lived in one place long enough to get an accent. Longest i've lived in once place is currently where i am. East Middlands. (Lincoln)
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#40
Leicester accent - slightly more posh though, with some words coming out west country style (Bill Bailey etc)... I have a mean Northern accent though, as I spent most of my childhood in Lancashire (Y)