Half welsh, half london.
Or no accent at all.
Half welsh, half london.
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For me, I used to have a Northern Irish one, but its now a more Irish/English/American, you can't really tell where I am from anymore (I know a few good Americans and talk to them alot and thats how my accent started changing, which I kinda like my new accent.
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Pennsylvanian accent. its a combo of New England and Southern accents.
Like a person from Colorado, mixed with a slight mexican accent.
But I think Liverpudlian/Merseyside accents are so awesome.
My accent was generally beat out of me (years of speech therapy help) but occasionally i slip up and take out the r in a word. Such as Eska, or Caa.
“And as to you life, I reckon you are the leavings of many deaths, No doubt I have died myself ten thousand times before.”
I've been told I have a London accent, but there's quite a lot in London. At least, I think.
I like to think I have a rather refined accent, as I pronounce all my letters and don't talk like a commoner. That being said, after a night out I sound like a right ol' lout. Hmm...
Perhaps I'm trying to have an accent I don't really have subconsciously. I'll ask my Psychology teacher tomorrow!
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"I want to reconcile the violence in your heart."
Boston accent =]
So basically plain.
With a slight British lilt.
I don't know the reason for the last one.
It just shows up.
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Don't pay any attention to what they write about you. Just measure it in inches.
Down home on the farm Louisiana with a twist of city accent
"Be careful what you wish for, because you just might get it."
-- Narrator, Pokemon: Jirachi Wish Maker
"You can't change the world without getting your hands dirty."
-- Lelouch Lamperouge, Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion
"Do I have a stamp on my forehead that says, 'The National Spokesperson for the Plight of Black People'? How the hell should I know the black perspective on The Color Purple? That's it, if I don't change classes, I'm gonna hurt this fool. Teachers treat me like I'm some kind of Rosetta stone for African-Americans. What? Black people learn how to read, and we all miraculously come to the same conclusion?"
-- Victoria, Freedom Writers
"N's heart is pure and innocent. But there is nothing more beautiful and terrifying than innocence."
-- Concordia, Pokémon Black/White 2
Typically just a boring, generic mid-western accent, but for some odd reason -- I'm assuming it's due to the multitude of British/Canadian shows and films I watch -- I have developed a mix between that of British and Canadian accents on certain words.