#2
i'd tap that
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#5
There all really stereotypical accents, but hey, they do actually sound like that most of the time..
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#6
The Toronto one was a little exaggerated.
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#8
Toronto, lol

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#9
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The Toronto one was a little exaggerated.


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#11
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The Toronto one was a little exaggerated.


what? She didn't even say "eh"

Most were a bit overdone, but still good.
#13
Both Irish accents were horrible, she completely ****ed them up.
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#15
The Charleston, South Carolina was a bit stereotyped, but I loved her Mid-Atlantic (sometimes called Standard American). And the Texas sounded more like a Holly Hunter impersonation than a real Texas dialect.
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