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By Beepbeepbeep - / Thursday 1 September 2011 02:50 / United States
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'Course they're being serious - there's a scouse accent, a southern accent, a geordie accent, a cockney accent, a scottish accent, etc, etc, etc. "British accent" makes no sense at all.

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No you're in fact not awesome you're making us look bad. I speak "American" and I have no trouble telling them apart. That's like saying someone with a heavy southern accent and someone with a heavy jersey accent sound the same. THEY DON'T!

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127 and 129 are indeed correct. Going by the same concept that there is not a "British accent" and only sub-accents, we can also say there is no "American accent" and we would just say instead that I have a Minnesotan accent. All in all, other than wanting to take the time to write these paragraphs pointing out the mistakes in your theory, I honestly don't give a shit about the matter. :)

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Yes, because it is impossible to open a garage door without power. Moron. There is absolutely no way to disengage the clutch and manually open it.... Oh wait, you could do exactly that.

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#101 There are still many English accents. It pisses me off so much when ignorant Americans just say "British" accent. It especially pisses me off when people refer to the whole UK as "England".

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Everytime I see one of your comments I feel compelled to look at your picture!! It's insane!!!! (in a good way!) I just felt the world would colapse in a heap of flaming rubble if I didn't say that ^_^

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