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Nah hes not.

 

Hes a twat and does it delibretely.

 

Youve gotta hear it man, cringe worthy!

:) Anyone who changes their accent needs to have a word with themself (preferably in their native tongue).

I've been away 10 years an apparently mine hasnt changed. My mate went to live in Sydney 10 years ago and he still sounds like the lad I went to school with.

Not keen on accents changing.

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I don't understand the problem if it's unintentional :o

 

of course there are people who put on the accent, but I reckon most who lose the accent don't do it on purpose. :)

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Tret (as in "treated"). No such fucking word, you absolute spanner.

 

Edit: Also, when Mackems (because I'm led to believe it's a Wearside thing. Or maybe just a 'tard thing) say Retchester. When they really mean "Register". Dieeeeee.

Edited by Elric

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Tret (as in "treated"). No such fucking word, you absolute spanner.

 

I don't like that one either. Also using "span" as the past tense for spin. It's spun you thick fucker, span is the width across something.

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I don't understand the people that get so violently angry when seeing the word cunt. It's just a word.

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...people who say ...."yeah?" at the end of their sentance :)

 

and similarly people from Carlisle who say "eh?" at the end of every sentance

 

funky

contemporary

sunderland

escapism (what's all that about?)

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same for me, people who keep on saying "right" at the end of a sentence or telling a story.

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Anecdote - reminds me of that Eugene off Big Brother

Basically - over used by me as much as anyone, I can say basically twice in a sentence involuntarily

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Lowey/lowie for money.

Instant Twat judgement to anyone I hear using it.

 

I'm sometimes guilty of that.

 

Noticed at the weekend that 3 or 4 of the SSN presenters say "sickth" instead of "sixth" - fuckwits.

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Tret, moreish, ironical, using like inapprorpritely within a sentence, sneakers, bouncebackability, the Austrailian question Inflection, 'raising' children.............there will be more I'm sure.

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the Austrailian question Inflection

 

There were 3 people at work today having a conversation just behind me and one who's a bloke in his 50s just went on for about 7 or 8 phrases/sentences in a row which were all inflected - annoying as fuck.

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