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

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

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 7:36pm
  • I've got shepards pie in me knickers

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 3:23pm
  • Freshen your drink govna

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 3:21pm
  • That made me laugh, really, and I am English... nice one.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 23, 09 at 10:55am
  • looks as though we have similar problems. all night. british accent. not one of my best ideas.

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

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 5:32pm
  • Mmmkay, now text in a geordie accent.

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

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 11:53pm
  • i HATE when people do this and think it's cool

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 6:42pm
  • ello mate bloody brilliant

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 17, 09 at 12:05am
  • i went wee wee in me bridges!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 5:07pm
  • haha definitely bust out the accents when im wasted too. i have no idea why.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 8, 09 at 3:12am
  • 2:01.... HAHAHA. owned, nice.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 2:22pm
  • 12.46pm I'd agree, my family's English and they use "bloody hell" on occasion.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 12:59pm
  • Ha, that's happened to me a couple of times. Severely annoyed my friend.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jan 3, 10 at 10:07pm
  • you and the bootblack have been rogering the fishwife.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 6:31pm
  • I think this person was making fun of someone else in the text

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 12:06pm
  • ahh that's my default accent when I'm drunk!

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

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 12:05pm
  • a bloody one at that

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 12:00pm
  • Boy am I glad I wasn't hangning out with this person last night...

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 1:08pm
  • Reads more like a saffa accent

    Submitted by agmills on Apr 2, 10 at 8:13pm
  • Lmao I srsly had this problem before!

    Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 22, 09 at 3:51pm
  • Actually bloody is used quite alot 12:05... i'm from the north though so maybe that's more of a northern thing??! :)

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 12:46pm
  • It's because you're a wanker.

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

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 5:18pm
  • Fuck u whore!!!!!

    Submitted by osubeast on Jul 27, 10 at 12:57am
  • griffin is that you? BEING BRITISH I WOULDVE PREFFERED A SHERRY

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

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 1:22pm
  • sounds more like a south african accent, you tool

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 1:36pm
  • I didn't know there were so many Poles living in England...

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 10, 09 at 6:28pm
  • why does everyone care so much? it was just a drunk text. a funny one.

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

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

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

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 5:13pm
  • i swear this is about shan

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 18, 09 at 1:09am
  • Happens to be the story of my life when Im drunk..

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

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 6, 09 at 1:09pm
  • Dear American Idiots, Stop being idiots. Thanks.

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 7, 09 at 11:10am
  • The English don't talk like that. I'm English and 11.26 there is no *british* accent

    Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 7, 09 at 12:16pm
    • Haha everyone thinks that aout where theyre from silly

      Submitted by riteo on Nov 9, 10 at 6:40am
      • oh and by the way, my alias is because inspired by that accent. haha..

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

        Submitted by rohoho on Mar 18, 11 at 6:37am
  • 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 Pjiggly on Jun 28, 10 at 5:45am