• So, I have an American friend named
Jane who married this English guy
about 7 years ago. They live in Sussex
together (god rest their souls), and
they had a little boy pretty much right
after they got married, As he grew up,
they figured he would have a mix of
their accents with a heavy lean
towards English (because he'd go to
school with English kids and teachers
and the like.)
That's not how it fucking worked out at
all though. Instead, he says individual
words with either an American or an
English accent. Like, one second he'll
be like, "Daddy, I'm knackered" and
the next he'll be like, "AY YO MA.
WHERE YOU AT???" Every time they
send me a video I just fucking piss
myself listening to this kid.
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    • I actually kinda wanna see this
      633888422 20 jul
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    • This kid sounds like he’s gonna grow up to be the most popular one in the friend group.
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    • I went to school with a chick that had an American mother and Australian father and she just sounded like a retard
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    • Coolest accent I ever heard was an 8 year old who learned to speak in North Carolina, lived in South Africa from 4 to 8, then came back to the US.
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    • And then the English kids beat him up for not saying that they don’t get shawt up in schkewl
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    • Brooklyn when I’m stressed, Irish when I’m pissed off, and russian when I’m happy. I’ve been to none of those places.
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    • I grew up moving a lot, and spent most of my time as a kid in Texas or New Jersey. I still live in Texas, but I have a NJ accent. Now, the thing is, I still say y’all and all the southern phrases. It’s weird.
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    • Imagine pissing yourself every time you hear the same child.
      willgnyc 21 jul
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    • Yo mutherfuker, how abouts a nice Cup a tea?
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    • Im AMERICAN, my parents are Ukrainian. I grew up with a Slavic accent.
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    • She gets an email from her friend “check out jimmy talking in 2 accents at the same time!” Her: oh no not again! Please no! I don’t wanna piss myself again, please!!!
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    • Born in wisc, lived most of my life in cali... now I live in texas. So I can relate, weird shit comes out of my mouth often. "Ope, sry bout that yall, I didnt see ya there yakno?"
      mccyg 21 jul
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    • That’s what kids who think they can speak Japanese sound like
      XschultzX 21 jul
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    • My moms from the Deep South and my dads from Canada, the hybrid accent I developed was so bad that people would ask if I was deaf instead of a weird crossbreed
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    • Our senior class president has always had an accent. He was born and raised in America, but his parents are Japanese immigrants and they really only speak Japanese in their household. It’s interesting to see someone unaffected by other languages outside of their home.
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    • Why would you not send the video too? Cmon man
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    • I’m out here eatin stale Honeycomb on a Tuesday, it really be like that
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    • That’s not how accents work, accents are never (I mean never) adopted from parents by their children, unless their parents speak another language that is. It standard where they grew up. Children take the accents of the other children around them, not from their parents.
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    • When I was a toddler I had an east coast accent. No one is my family is from the east coast, I live in California
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    • My parents are from Pennsylvania and New Jersey. First kid born in Wisconsin, grew up with wis accent
      GooseBump 21 jul
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    • My grandparents are Dutch and my other ones are Italian but as a kid I spent a lot of time around Scottish people so sometimes I have an unholy combination of the 3
      Kaderpow 21 jul
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    • We need a video 😂
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    • My mother is very Italian, like bada bing badaboom Italian raised in Philly. My high voice mixed with the accent she gave me means I sound like one of the Italian guys from family guy
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    • When my girlfriend was learning to talk her mom had a very heavy southern accent despite us living in Idaho. She doesnt have the accent now except for when she's tired or nervous, then she's 100 percent southern and its adorable
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    • So I have a german accent that's mixed with Irish and holy fuck no one can understand me when I say my name. It's Brandon btw but everyone hears Bendon, Blendon, Baron, Braden. These are real life examples I hear all the time for how people hear me when I say my name. I'm fucked.
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    • Are they dead or somethin? Why the hell did you put “god rest their souls”
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    • i have a mix of British, white southern, louisiana, and Minnesota.
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    • My youngest brother played Minecraft and arc survival with this big group English kids for like five or six years and even to this day he will still say words like "rubbish" instead of trash or "knicked" instead of stolen, little stuff like that, but still in the American accent
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    • A video of this will please the lot.
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    • my mother is from Ireland and my father is from Brooklyn, NY do me and my brother have the most bizarre combination of Irish slang and pronunciation and Brooklyn slang and pronunciation
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    • My dads English my mom is American and I live in America it’s the same story with me
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    • That kid is a Giga Chad compared to the brits
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    • When you're raised by a british mom you start saying certain shit wildly wrong too. Like pronouncing sandwich "sangwidge", suitcase "sutcase", fanta and half with tall A's, the list and teasing because of it goes on. Its absolutely cursed
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    • The British are easily entertained.
      Jca2790 21 jul
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    • Too long didn't read
      Babylon 21 jul
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    • Same with my buddy (From Texas, thickest accent imaginable) who married a British chick. Their kid's gonna sound insane
      NuVeaux 24 jul
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    • Those are two different sentences though...
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    • Send us the video
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    • Ya that’s not an accent. That’s just different words they use different places.
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    • Knew an Irish girl with American parents that did the same thing.
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    • Yep just pisses thru my pants hahahahahaha
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    • I would like videos of this kid
      Skaf14 24 jul
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    • I have a friend like that and she speaks with an American accent then all of sudden some shit like "baNONa"
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    • Reminds me of the story of some kid who everyone thought was British but it just turned out he learned it from watching Peppa Pig.
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    • Lachy
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    • I need to hear this lol
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    • I speak my usual slightly Appalachian English most of the time, but lately I've been speaking Spanish to yell at people on the road and to speak to my cat
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    • No one in my family has a country accent but me. No one I know in Louisiana talks like me. Y im like this, idk.
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    • Born and raised in Florida, but moved to Illinois a couple years ago. Now I say shit like "ope, sorry bout that, dude."
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    • He's halfway right
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    • I need to hear him
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    • Dear god. Imagine moving from the US to the UK. Big F
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    • You like pissing yourself baby boy?
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    • Guys guys guys so my mom is from England but my dad is from America I’ve lived 17 years in America but now I have to move back to England with my mom (she has custody from the divorce) so now my little siblings are gonna be like that
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    • The longer and deeper the conversation, the more I turn into a southern redneck. No idea why, I just do.
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    • I don't think fucking Americans talk like that lol
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    • Those aren't individual words. They were two whole ass phrases
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    • Born in Florida, raised by New Yorker parents, lived in TN for the past 10yrs. Sometimes I have a clean accent, other times a country accent... If I'm mad I have a new York accent... Also I curse a lot
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    • I have one German parent and one Cornish (Celtic English west country accent, kinda like Hagrid in Harry Potter), raised in South Texas. Absolutely no one can ever guess what my accent is or where I'm from
      ZSM1 23 jul
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    • Ok so I grew up for 9 years ik Connecticut and New Jersey, and have like 9 years in Surrey, England. My accent is all over the place. I’ll sound American then switch n talk like a roady
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    • Dad's side of the family is all Colombian, mom's side is all from Chicago. So sometimes my Spanish sounds a bit Midwestern and sometimes it's the opposite.
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    • The thing is we all have accents there are a blend of your race your face and enviorment
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    • My entire life I grew up in colorado
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    • so i havent read homestuck^2 yet, and this is how i tnink Tavros Crocker speaks
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    • Got a video
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    • Most of the time I have the standard American accent but when I’m tired or angry I sound very southern
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    • ArE yOU hAviNG A laUGh???
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    • Me in a nutshell
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    • sex haha
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    • get me a scottish gf and ill raise a kid like that
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    • my friend from mexico can speak fluent dutch, french, english, and spanish, and can speak them all in varying accents
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    • I have anywhere from a Russian, British, French, Minnesotan, Texan-ish, Boston, Norwegian, Irish, and a bunch of others. I live in Minnesota, I've been to none of these other places
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    • I grew up goin in different countries and in America. My family says I have a unique accent so I feel this
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    • I need to hear this now lmao
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    • Talks to his in England, but talks to his mom in American
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    • This kid from Australia moved into my area and after 5 years he completely lost his accent. He would get into fights when he went back to Aus because no one believed he was from there.
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    • Post the vid!
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    • I Think we need the video
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    • For some reason my cousin has a Boston accent when literally not a single person in our family has it. Confirming that everyone is Boston doesn’t have an accent, they are just saying things wrong.
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    • My grandma is German. You can’t tell and you think she was born here. Get her mad or annoyed and the German comes out!
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    • Born in South Dakota, grew up in Nebraska and then Alabama and Georgia, then now iowa so my shit is fucked
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    • LMAO
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    • My moms from Canada and she says many words with a French accent. You ever want a good laugh tell a frenchie to say aluminum 😂
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    • I do the same thing but I sound a little hood and then a little sounthern
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    • I'll usually speak with a more Southern accent, but if I'm pissed every word will be as clear as it gets.
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    • Yo
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    • I NEED to see a video of this kid talking!!!
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    • I'm from Alabama, went to college in Georgia, studied abroad in London for a year and a half, lived with my fiance in Massachusetts for a couple years, then we settled in Georgia. I also travel to Japan and am fluent in Japanese for work. I sound like Foghorn Leghorn most of the time.
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    • I need the sauce
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    • That is absolutely amazing
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    • I knew a few people like this. It's really cool
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    • i wanna see the video now
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    • Gets beat up for the not calling the toilet the poopenfarten
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