For all those who pretend to be British or wish they were. And for British people who like to be appreciated for their Britishness.
Location: Not The UK lol
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I'm going to London for three weeks this summer (to see the Olympics, * happy dance *) and hope I pick up a British accent! Oh, and every time I read books by JK Rowling I read in a pretend British accent :D
I'm British and when I went to my American gf's cousins 21st party, we played celebrities and I got given as many questions as I liked as they just wanted to listen to me talk!
Sometimes I just go on netflix or youtube and play British videos for the sake of being surrounded by the accent. When I actually leave my room sometimes I'll have the accent and my parents always find it super amusing.
I feel all special. I think that I have the most stereotypical name ever. James Edward. It's a little rediculous
WHEEEEEY! I have a bit of an accent now too :P Aussies turning British. I wouldn't mind about the weather, I barely go outside as it is.
Whenever I read for school I read in a British accent. It just makes homework more bearable! :D
I've been watching so much a Nerimon and Charlie Mcdonnel, that sometimes when I thinking, my thoughts are in a brittish accent :P and some of the things I say have a little accent now sometimes xD
Thinking of going to college in the UK in the future. Opinions?
I am from the UK, England :) I don't see why people like it so much, though I do love the weather. (Wierd, right?) I'm proud to be british. :D
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