English speaking countries with the most annoying accents.

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  1. bmasters1993 Brown Belt

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    In your opinion.






    Apart from your own :icon_lol:
     
  2. ShadFace Banned Banned

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    The deep south.
     
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  4. bmasters1993 Brown Belt

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    Let me guess. You're from the northeast...

    and you're from the deep south?
     
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    ghetto u.s. cities.
     
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    "Ey, foo, what chew mean, English-speaking?"

    ^This shit right here^
     
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    Have to agree with this. U.S. southern, midwest, northeast, Brit, Aussie, Irish, Scottish, all cool accents.

    Ghetto accents make me rage.
     
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    Has to be Scouse

     
  11. Joe_Armstrong Starfleet Belt

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    I worked in international trading and the people I
    had the most problem understanding were Scottis & Indian.
     
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    1. British
    2. Southern
    3. New Yawk (this one is dying out)
     
  13. Katsumi Yamada Gold Belt

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    In my opinion its USA, but many people say it's Singapore.
    0.00 - 0.55 he is speaking english
    if you can understand him well done :)
     
  14. Geordie "Shadow" Munro Amateur Fighter

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    Southern Americans and British people (<-just because you invented it doesn't mean you can't butcher it).

    I've been told I have a thick "Canadian" accent from people. Whatever the fuck that means. (I'm pretty sure it just means I really pronounce my O-Us)
     
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    Ireland. Its terrible. Just terrible.
     
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    All vowels exaggeratedly pronounced would be thick Canadian accent.
     
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    Northeast accent? Ct and western MA essentially have what is called the American accent, Maine, eastern MA, VT and New Hampshire all sound different.
     
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    I read all you're posts with a thick Boston'ish accent.
     
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    Anyone with a really nasal accent is REALLY annoying to me
     

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