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a random thing that happened a few days ago

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by , 4th November 2012 at 03:08 AM (233 Views)
I can't remember the exact dialogue but the conversation went something like this:

"Speak in a British accent."

"I can't, I'll sound horrible..." <--- me

"Come on"

"Ok, fine, how long should my sentence be?"

"As long as I can hear you"

"I can't think of anything to say...can I throw in random British words?"

"Ok, whatever."

"Cheerio old chap um... torchfootballcrumpet" <--- me in a really bad British accent

and everyone lol'd

P.S. Sorry if this offended anyone, I didn't mean it

P.P.S. torch = flashlight, football = soccer, crumpet = I'm not sure, it's either a type of bread or it's a pastry of some sort...maybe a kind of scone or biscuit or something

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  1. Lord Clowncrete's Avatar
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    Please don't call football soccer. That sounds stupid.
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  2. Vanillish Twilight's Avatar
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    I know, I like the word football better than soccer, but there's a lot of American influence here. Sorry if I offended you or something.
  3. Cariad's Avatar
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    There is no such thing as a "British" accent. The stereotypical accent you're thinking of is "English". Britain/The UK is made up of England, Wales, Scotland, and Northen Ireland. Therefore, saying "British" accent makes no sense, as it varies from country to country. :/ Scottish/Welsh/N.Irish people sound nothing like English people, therefore you can't group it as a "British" accent.
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  4. Pyradox's Avatar
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    And there's a diverse group of accents within England itself as well.
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