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Old 03-11-2018, 10:36 AM   #26
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Old 03-11-2018, 11:03 AM   #27
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Old 03-11-2018, 06:48 PM   #28
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English 'Received Pronunciation', and the soft burr of the Edinburgh Morningside accent; all the other regional accents just grate on my ears, especially the London-Estuarine accent of the South-East.
'Estuarine' English (in SX, innit?) does nothing for me at all.
A gentle (county, not city) Scots or Irish is fine.

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Old 03-12-2018, 12:32 AM   #30
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I'll go with any accent I can't understand. If I can tell what they're saying, I'll probably be disgusted. Same way, I prefer songs in unknown tongues, so I can appreciate the sound and not be distracted by the meaning.
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Old 03-12-2018, 12:50 AM   #31
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But Richard Burton ? Oh what a sound.
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I was going to throw South Wales into the pot. But then I am half Welsh.

The funny thing is, when I visit there (not very often these past few 'yers'), I find myself slipping back into speaking like a character from a Dylan Thomas story within a day or so.
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Old 03-12-2018, 07:12 AM   #32
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I was going to throw South Wales into the pot. But then I am half Welsh.

The funny thing is, when I visit there (not very often these past few 'yers'), I find myself slipping back into speaking like a character from a Dylan Thomas story within a day or so.
I was born in North Wales but I prefer the South Welsh (or valleys) accent particularly from a contralto. I also like South Devon outside Plymouth. A Plymouth accent is slightly harsher.

I like SOME Australian women's accents but a few can/could be harsh and grating like a screeching galah. I prefer rural NSW or Victoria and most of South Australia but not Western Australia or NT. I haven't met many Queenslanders so I can't judge. Certainly not Canberra.

European accents?

I like Castilian and Andalusian Spanish but not Catalan.
French - Southern France or cut glass Parisian.
Italian - Northern Italy not Southern or Sicilian.
Dutch - can be great; can be spiky.
German - Bavarian, Black Forest.

I suppose the defining factor is the flow of speech and the lack of abrupt shifts.
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Old 03-12-2018, 08:12 AM   #33
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I was born English in Gloucestershire which borders Wales. Our mother did not like small children much so a Welsh speaking nurse brought us up until we went to school and had to learn English. I still speak 'toddler' Welsh occasionally to my siblings.

When I was about 18 I took a girlfriend to a Rugby match. We were playing a Merthyr Tydfil steel works team called Dowlais. Their 5/8th went off injured after ten minutes. By full time (80 minutes) this silver tongued Welshman had pinched my girlfriend. They are still together more than 30 years later.
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I like SOME Australian women's accents but a few can/could be harsh and grating like a screeching galah. I prefer rural NSW or Victoria and most of South Australia but not Western Australia or NT. I haven't met many Queenslanders so I can't judge. Certainly not Canberra.

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You might not like some of the female characters in some of my Australian-set stories who have that very broad Aussie accent like a screeching galah.

There's Charlene, Ben's shrill and foul mouthed bogan sister from 'Bridget the Bossy Bridezilla' (set in Brisbane & Gold Coast); Chelsea, Dino's fat and lazy ex-girlfriend from 'Sexy Savannah at Number 9' (set in Melbourne); Andrea, Greg's slutty cousin from 'Leanne the Lusty Lifeguard' (set in Sydney) and Beryl, the motel manager from 'Take Cover From Tracy' (set in Darwin).

I have other Australian set stories such as 'My Best Friend's Crazy Fat Sister' (Melbourne), Cute Celebrity Chloe Comes to Stay (Geelong) and 'Learning to Love Louise' (Adelaide), but the accents of the female characters in these stories don't come into play so they aren't referenced.

One accent I like is an English one, the very distinctive Liverpool or 'Scouse' accent.

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Old 03-12-2018, 06:13 PM   #35
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As a southern gal, we can def turn that shit on and off. I do get tired of all the good ole boys down here.

As far as Americans go. Cajun for sure and there's something about a Midwestern sweet sincere voice that is growing on me.

Scottish and South African accents are also very hot.
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Old 03-12-2018, 07:39 PM   #36
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I like SOME Australian women's accents but a few can/could be harsh and grating like a screeching galah. I prefer rural NSW or Victoria and most of South Australia but not Western Australia or NT. I haven't met many Queenslanders so I can't judge. Certainly not Canberra.
Does Canberra even have a unique accent of its own? Most people who live there come from elsewhere in Australia after all. In any event, I've been living in Australia for three years (the location on my profile is a joke, which a surprising number of people here don't get) and I have yet to notice regional variations in the accents, though I get that they must exist. Of course that could be because in the big cities, a lot of people - including me - are immigrants.

French accents make me melt, although the bloom is off the rose somewhat since I lived in Paris for two years and got the full treatment of just how true some of the stereotypes can be. Also, working class English accents, although sometimes hard to understand, are delicious.
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As a southern gal, we can def turn that shit on and off. I do get tired of all the good ole boys down here.

As far as Americans go. Cajun for sure and there's something about a Midwestern sweet sincere voice that is growing on me.

Scottish and South African accents are also very hot.
My wife is a southern girl, growing up mostly in Thibodeaux and Dulac in Louisiana, where her family's from, and her accent is everything I find sexy about the southern accent; soft, not harsh or exaggerated, and definitely not nasal like some can be, but it's when she speaks Cajun French that she rings my bell.
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Does Canberra even have a unique accent of its own? Most people who live there come from elsewhere in Australia after all. In any event, I've been living in Australia for three years (the location on my profile is a joke, which a surprising number of people here don't get) and I have yet to notice regional variations in the accents, though I get that they must exist. Of course that could be because in the big cities, a lot of people - including me - are immigrants.
Everywhere in Australia the locals will say, "You're not from around here, are you?"

There's always something will give you away. It's not always accents, it can be the car you drive, the football code you follow. Even ginger nut biscuits have different recipes in different states. Do you wear swimmers or bathers? Carry a port or a bag? Wear flip-flops or thongs? VB or XXXX? Toorak or Geelong?
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Does Canberra even have a unique accent of its own? Most people who live there come from elsewhere in Australia after all. In any event, I've been living in Australia for three years (the location on my profile is a joke, which a surprising number of people here don't get) and I have yet to notice regional variations in the accents, though I get that they must exist. Of course that could be because in the big cities, a lot of people - including me - are immigrants.
Australia doesn't have strong regional accents per se. There are small differences in accent and vocabulary, but I'd find it easier to tell the difference between Boston and Alabama or London and Yorkshire than say Queensland and Tasmania.

What we do have is class/education-based accents, with a bit of an urban/rural split. The three main varieties usually recognised are "broad", "general", and "cultivated".

"Broad" aka "ocker" is the stereotypical bushman: Steve Irwin, Crocodile Dundee, etc. Most likely to hear this one in rural areas.

"General" is mainstream; you'll hear it just about anywhere.

"Cultivated" is posh, closest to UK Received Pronunciation or a swanky New England accent.

People also switch between those depending on context. A lot of politicians are private-school boys who grew up with Cultivated but who use General to avoid sounding too hoity-toity for their constituents. When I visit Canberra, I hear a lot of General and very little of the other varieties.

Then there's Aboriginal English, which is a different thing again with a lot of distinct vocabulary.
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English/Irish/Scottish/Welsh
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I didn't ask the guy on the phone at the bank where he was from, but his voice almost gave me an orgasm. I think one more minute of listening to him and he would have heard me moaning!
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As a southern gal, we can def turn that shit on and off. I do get tired of all the good ole boys down here.

As far as Americans go. Cajun for sure and there's something about a Midwestern sweet sincere voice that is growing on me.

Scottish and South African accents are also very hot.
I love southern accents, in fact I married one.

I have a Midwestern sincere accent, I've never been told it's sweet, but give me a call so you can let me know.

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I love southern accents, in fact I married one.

I have a Midwestern sincere accent, I've never been told it's sweet, but give me a call so you can let me know.

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I guess I'll go with Irish. It's almost Anglish, I can almost understand it, and it's vigorous or lilting, depending.
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I've been told by some American ladies who've heard me that my German accent is quite hot.

As for me, I'm not an accent guy. The general timbre of a woman's voice is more important to me than her accent. I hate, hate, hate those porn actresses who sound like raped kittens on helium whenever someone even looks at them funny. "NYAAAAH, NYAAAAH, OHMYGAAAAAAAWD", in that squeaky high-pitched squeal I *sadly* associate with the All-American Blonde stereotype. Give me claws and blackboards, please!

What I do find extremely hot are low, smoky or even slightly raspy voices. Not masculine or butch-low, but Alannah Myles or Melissa Etheridge-like. Stevie Nicks during her Fleetwood days gets me hard every time too. Or Pat Benetar. I'll take wildcat over cheerleader any day.
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I forgot to mention a French accent. A French accent in a woman is incredibly sexy.
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I forgot to mention a French accent. A French accent in a woman is incredibly sexy.
My French accent makes French people giggle or laugh outright.

My last formal French tuition was in Australia. There were very few genuine Francophones in Australia then so my spoken French still has an Aussie accent 50+ years later. Before Australia my French teacher was a Yorkshireman. "Ca Va, thart's it?"

It doesn't help that my French studies were from text books that were decades out of date then i.e. 1930s, and my interest in the French Revolution means I am more familiar with 18th Century grammar and vocabulary than even mid-20th Century French.

But my wife speaks pure educated upper-class Parisian French with a cut-glass accent.

The contrast between her French and mine couldn't be wider. If they don't know, locals in Nord Pas De Calais think she's Parisian who had married an Australian hick from beyond the black stump.
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