My accent is American, but some of my friends opt for the estuary one for some reason. They sound a bit silly and a lot of people think they try to sound more sophisticated but end up sounding like idiots. I just feel like if you'd talk to someone from UK for example that way they'd think you're jogging them on.
taking classes in england though is great though, after having american teachers my whole life.
zoned out in class during a lecture, and thought "god this documentary sucks." then opened my eyes and realized it was just one of my english professors. He's got that flawless like, history channel expert accent.
"i usually just wear a hat because it is softer than a helmet and will do more good." - houndmaster
"I dropped a glass of milk on the key board (none spilled out) and the faunt got bigger!" - Skiierman
Scouse, Essex and East London are all pretty harsh. The Birmingham accent is a tough one, but I grew immune to it after living there for 17 years. I'm just glad I live close to the Thames Estuary, where everyone speaks all proper like.
India used to be part of the colonies... plus all the rich arabs are moving to London and buying all the real-estate because 1. Its the best city in the world and 2. They can... Fuckers own Harrod's now for fucks sake... When you walk past there now you have to listen to blaring middle-eastern music and see a bunch of douchebag rich arab guys rolling in their orange lambos and Bently GTs.
even though people always guess south african first, probably cause i got a mix of english, bajan, canadian, and a little american
Joy is the response of a lover receiving what he loves. This is the joy we feel when skiing powder... This overflowing gratitude is what produces the absolutely stupid, silly grins that we always flash at one another at the bottom of a powder run. We all agree that we never see these grins anywhere else in life.