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  • Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 7:36pm

    This is true 6:50pm. There's Londoner, Yorkshire, Cheshire, Essex, Manx., Cockney, Brixton, etc. and then there's the many variations on Welsh and Scottish (Lowlanders, Highlanders, and Islanders). Sadly never been to Britain, just know a thing here and there.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 4, 09 at 11:11pm

    Well in that case there is no "american" accent either, southern, bronx, new jersey......... anyway funny text!

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 3:23pm

    I've got shepards pie in me knickers

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 22, 09 at 3:51pm

    Lmao I srsly had this problem before!

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 23, 09 at 10:55am

    That made me laugh, really, and I am English... nice one.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 7, 09 at 11:26am

    looks as though we have similar problems. all night. british accent. not one of my best ideas.

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    Submitted by agmills on Apr 2, 10 at 8:13pm

    Reads more like a saffa accent

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 17, 09 at 12:05am

    ello mate bloody brilliant

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 3:21pm

    Freshen your drink govna

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 8, 09 at 3:12am

    haha definitely bust out the accents when im wasted too. i have no idea why.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 12:32pm

    Mmmkay, now text in a geordie accent.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 1:08pm

    Boy am I glad I wasn't hangning out with this person last night...

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 2:22pm

    2:01.... HAHAHA. owned, nice.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 7, 09 at 5:12pm

    griffin is that you? BEING BRITISH I WOULDVE PREFFERED A SHERRY

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 3, 10 at 10:07pm

    Ha, that's happened to me a couple of times. Severely annoyed my friend.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 1:35pm

    I tend to use an english accent or an australian accent quite a bit. So much so that my buddys daughter had a little accent when she started talking.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 12:05pm

    @ 12:00, bloody really isnt used that much at all in the UK, thats just a stereotype! I should know, i live here and i dont think iv ever heard anyone here say bloody the way people think we do!

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 12:06pm

    I think this person was making fun of someone else in the text

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 5:32pm

    I ended up at a girl's place the other night and while we were getting wasted, she started speaking in a British accent. But it came out as this hilarious Brixton ghetto one.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 6:31pm

    you and the bootblack have been rogering the fishwife.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 1:36pm

    sounds more like a south african accent, you tool

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 10, 09 at 6:28pm

    I didn't know there were so many Poles living in England...

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 5:18pm

    it's shepherd's pie. and it's not eaten all that often. the tea drinking, drunkenness and saying "bloody" are fairly accurate stereotypes though..... what you don't know is that a lot of Londoners actually think the Queen is quite tacky, as well as a meaningless figurehead. Also, you are more likely to hear a Polish accent than a Cockney one.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 18, 09 at 1:09am

    i swear this is about shan

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 6:42pm

    i HATE when people do this and think it's cool

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 11:53pm

    um its just a funny text not a journey through british culture calm down yall just appreciate the gloriousness that is texting in an accent!

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 5:13pm

    no one's going to talk about the abortion of a spelling that is "axsent"? you would pronounce "axsent" no differently than you would "accent." Maybe if it were "auxsint"...

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 12:59pm

    12.46pm I'd agree, my family's English and they use "bloody hell" on occasion.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 1:29pm

    ahh that's my default accent when I'm drunk!

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 11:47am

    It's because you're a wanker.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 12:46pm

    Actually bloody is used quite alot 12:05... i'm from the north though so maybe that's more of a northern thing??! :)

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 5:07pm

    i went wee wee in me bridges!

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 1:22pm

    Yeah, the generic "British" accent is overstated. Being a Canaidan living overseas you start to figure out right quick people from London don't talk the same as people from Newcastle.. and I do hear bloody fairly often. funny text though :P

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    Submitted by osubeast on Jul 27, 10 at 12:57am

    Fuck u whore!!!!!

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 2:44pm

    why does everyone care so much? it was just a drunk text. a funny one.

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 6:50pm

    I'm American and I know there's no such thing a a British accent. I'm proud of myself. :3 Though for those saying you can't tell the accent in the text... seriously, they weren't spelling that way out of drunkenness. It's a fairly close guess if you read it out loud.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 12:00pm

    a bloody one at that

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    Submitted by Pjiggly on Jun 28, 10 at 5:45am

    Dude. I seriously woke up one morning and I still can't stop talking in a brittish accent... I'm from nebraska, this should not be fucking happening!!!

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 7, 09 at 11:10am

    Dear American Idiots, Stop being idiots. Thanks.

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    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 1:09pm

    Er I use bloody a lot and I'm from the UK. But there isnt a "British" accent...there are LOADS of accents from the UK...sorry, it just pisses me off

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    Submitted by LuaLua on Feb 14, 10 at 11:43am

    Happens to be the story of my life when Im drunk..

  • Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 7, 09 at 12:16pm

    The English don't talk like that. I'm English and 11.26 there is no *british* accent

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      Submitted by riteo on Nov 9, 10 at 6:40am

      Haha everyone thinks that aout where theyre from silly

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        Submitted by riteo on Nov 9, 10 at 6:42am

        oh and by the way, my alias is because inspired by that accent. haha..

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        Submitted by rohoho on Mar 18, 11 at 6:37am

        No, they're right. There is no "British" accent. Firstly, Britain consists of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, and secondly, people don't even speak the same within those countries.