I'm still trying to find out if cunt is wide or narrow, ummm, in definition.
British accents are very regional and varied. You can pinpoint somebody pretty accurately geographically by their accent here. I may be totally wrong but it may help to imagine Actors/musicians/celebrities from that region to understand how different each British Poster probably sounds. I have no idea but here are some guesses
@Greenbeanz - Westcountry -A Pirate like Robert Newton as Long John Silver
@Memphis -Bristol ? - Westcountry - Blackbeard
@Fenster - Cockney -a very pissed and cynical Michael Caine/Ray Winstone
@smashup - Cockney -Danny Dyer
@superheavyrhun -Mid/South Wales ? -Nicky Wire (Manic Street Preachers)
@Dia bando -North Wales - Windsor Davies/Enzo Calzaghe
@Vendettos -Scottish - Glaswegian? -Rab C Nesbitt / Billy Connolly
@Master -Midlands - Noddy Holder (Slade)/Jasper Carrott
@Gandalf -Harrogate ? - Brian Sewell/Stewie from Family Guy
@Cressa121 -Sunderland -Tony Jeffries -Boxer
@Dark Lord Al -Hell -Christopher Lee -Saruman
@0james0 -Westcountry -Pirate -Sir Francis Drake
@AdamGB -Geordie -Sting -Jimmy Nail (actor)
@erics44- Viking -Hagar the Horrible/Mikkel Kessler
@Saddo -North -Peter Sallis as Wallace in Wallace and Gromit
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Michael Caine/Ray Winstone is fantastic for me.
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As for me, as I didn't really speak that much English as a kid, but read a lot in English, I've tended to adapt to where I'm from and who I'm talking to, and have a fairly decent non regional diction. Nonetheless, I've been in South Wales for six or seven years now, but most people I work with will say something along the lines of 'ew tork posh ew doo.'
Mine is more like Lenny Henry Black Country. So would be @Conrad
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Finally a compliment! Thank you, GB. He is quite remarkable.
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