Everyone has an accent.
Except the mute. (I wonder if their thoughts have accents)
I think that even sign language has accents
Really? Am curious how that would work
i guess how you make the signs can differ from person to person
And mine is jacked up. Cross between upper New England (think Maine) and Canadian. A lot of people unfamiliar with Upper New England think it’s Minnesota/Dakota. When I’m at home in Virginia I tend to “kill” my accent because I’m always told I speak to fast, they can’t understand me, or they giggle at how I say things.
Mine is Canadian, but it’s really specific to my area. I end up ‘swallowing’ the t in place names more than anyone else I know — Hamilton becomes “Hamil’on”. Most people from my g/fs city call it “Trahnnah”
Fuh-TAHG-rah-fah… They guy that takes pictures. Tah-riss. A car made by Ford, and a gun. And everything is wick-id.
To be fair he doesn’t have that deep of a Southern accent to begin with
“Do it without an accent.” So, don’t speak then?
Soo sweet! Some of us have to put up with accents in different languages!
Anyone see the tiny hands?