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Do you like the British accent?
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11-21-2019 11:41 PM

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There are numerous British accents. I like the less proper ones. I like the one Jason Statham uses in some of his movies like lock stock and two smoking barrels.
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They are the only people who cannot speak ENGLISH !

Now go av sum foosh n chups an musshy paes !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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RE: Do you like the British accent?
Penelope Lane  Wrote: (11-21-2019 10:16 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-21-2019 10:15 PM)
When I hang out with my brit friends quite a lot, it starts to tub off on me.
I can switch it on and off a bit.

I can also do a bit o Scottish and Irish too.

Never really picked up Aussie, despite having Aussie friends.
Never had any south African pals, so never coined to it either.

I'd like some of that to rub off on me.

Have you got any English in you?





Would you like some? chuckle
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RE: Do you like the British accent?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-22-2019 02:11 AM)
Penelope Lane  Wrote: (11-21-2019 10:16 PM)
I'd like some of that to rub off on me.

Have you got any English in you?





Would you like some? chuckle

chuckle

I do and I would like some more please.

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11-22-2019 02:14 AM

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Post: #50
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No, the men all sound like sissy soy boys and the girls just sound pretentious.

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Post: #51
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Weird fact the Scottish highlanders have the clearest English accents chuckle

My mother worked in a call center for Westminster council and people were shocked at how clear her accent was with no slang or accent , many people in England were shocked that i was from Scotland as everyone imagines that we all talk like Glaswegians chuckle.

And for some weird reason i can understand every accent in the uk easily
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-22-2019 02:17 AM)
Weird fact the Scottish highlanders have the clearest English accents chuckle

My mother worked in a call center for Westminster council and people were shocked at how clear her accent was with no slang or accent , many people in England were shocked that i was from Scotland as everyone imagines that we all talk like Glaswegians chuckle.

And for some weird reason i can understand every accent in the uk easily

Glasgow and Las Vegas

The only 2 places in the world where you can pay for sex with chips chuckle
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Post: #53
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Long stored memories are more frequently just popping into my mind for no reason at all, and I just remembered this diddly my mother used to sing to me. NOW I get why she would just sit there and LOOK AT ME and wait for a reaction, with a totally straight face ... and never got one because I DIDN'T GET IT!! I thought the lyrics were...

"Little Lambsy Divey"

And it made ZERO sense to me so I submerged it deep into my memory bank as irrelevant, yet somehow it's still there...

Mairzy Doats
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This article is about the song. For the horse, see Mairzy Doates.
"Mairzy Doats"
Song
Published 1943 by Miller Music Publishing Co.
Genre Novelty
Songwriter(s) Milton Drake
Al Hoffman
Jerry Livingston
Composer(s) Milton Drake, Al Hoffman, Jerry Livingston
“Mairzy Doats” is a novelty song written and composed, in 1943, by Milton Drake, Al Hoffman, and Jerry Livingston. It was first played on radio station WOR, New York, by Al Trace and his Silly Symphonists. The song made the pop charts several times, with a version by the Merry Macs reaching No. 1 in March 1944. The song was also a number-one sheet music seller, with sales of over 450,000 within the first three weeks of release.[1]

The song's refrain, as written on the sheet music, seems meaningless:

Mairzy doats and dozy doats and liddle lamzy divey
A kiddley divey too, wouldn't you?[2]
However, the lyrics of the bridge provide a clue:

If the words sound queer and funny to your ear, a little bit jumbled and jivey,
Sing "Mares eat oats and does eat oats and little lambs eat ivy."[2]
This hint allows the ear to translate the final line as "a kid'll eat ivy, too; wouldn't you?"


Contents
1 Meaning
2 Origins
3 Other recordings
4 See also
5 References
6 External links
Meaning
Milton Drake, one of the writers, said the song had been based on an English nursery rhyme. According to this story, Drake's four-year-old daughter came home singing, "Cowzy tweet and sowzy tweet and liddle sharksy doisters."[3] (Cows eat wheat and sows eat wheat and little sharks eat oysters.)

Drake joined Hoffman and Livingston to come up with a tune for the new version of the rhyme, but for a year no one was willing to publish a "silly song." Finally, Hoffman pitched it to his friend Al Trace, bandleader of the Silly Symphonists. Trace liked the song and recorded it. It became a huge hit, most notably with the Merry Macs' 1944 recording.[4]

Origins
The scholars Iona and Peter Opie have noted that the last two lines of the song appear in an old catch which, when said quickly, appears to be in Latin:[5]

In fir tar is,
In oak none is,
In mud eels are,
In clay none are,
Goat eat ivy,
Mare eat oats.

They trace the origin of the joke to a manuscript of about 1450 which has "Is gote eate yvy? Mare eate ootys".[5]
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mairzy_Doats

She was English and didn't try to hide it.. and ... was something like this...Mother Superior. Kind of annoying sometimes. Attitude.




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Post: #54
RE: Do you like the British accent?
Only the brittish could blow up Alderan.
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Post: #55
RE: Do you like the British accent?
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-22-2019 02:20 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-22-2019 02:17 AM)
Weird fact the Scottish highlanders have the clearest English accents chuckle

My mother worked in a call center for Westminster council and people were shocked at how clear her accent was with no slang or accent , many people in England were shocked that i was from Scotland as everyone imagines that we all talk like Glaswegians chuckle.

And for some weird reason i can understand every accent in the uk easily

Glasgow and Las Vegas

The only 2 places in the world where you can pay for sex with chips chuckle

chuckle

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Post: #56
RE: Do you like the British accent?
Unincorporated Human  Wrote: (11-22-2019 02:14 AM)
No, the men all sound like sissy soy boys and the girls just sound pretentious.

You do know UK accent is the proper pronunciation of most words.
It was all basta.rdized in the usa .
We say it wrong ya fool
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Post: #57
RE: Do you like the British accent?
Ludikrus  Wrote: (11-21-2019 06:23 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-21-2019 06:17 PM)
Don't mention the scouser
I think Cornish sounds the most
Authentic

chuckle

Cockney is best!

That just gets me chuffed
chuckle
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Post: #58
RE: Do you like the British accent?
Travel assistant  Wrote: (11-21-2019 06:39 PM)
Hong Kong Chinese have a good elocution of english

The ones with money usually send their kids to boarding school in the UK, so they're tri lingual and well educated.
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Post: #59
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Penelope Lane  Wrote: (11-21-2019 10:16 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-21-2019 10:15 PM)
When I hang out with my brit friends quite a lot, it starts to tub off on me.
I can switch it on and off a bit.

I can also do a bit o Scottish and Irish too.

Never really picked up Aussie, despite having Aussie friends.
Never had any south African pals, so never coined to it either.

I'd like some of that to rub off on me.

chuckle
The guys or the accent...
I do occ get rubbed by them.
All very innocent
Cjnohced

Or sweat on, or they steal my phone out of my hand and run off with it, and take naughty selfies.

Then there are exclamations of, SO WHAT'S ALL THIS THEN
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Post: #60
RE: Do you like the British accent?
Yes. One of my good friends is English.

I like all accents and dialects,to be honest.. although some more than others.
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