! It’s a reflection of the Koalaty of His education.
But when you underpaid at my family’s restaurant, you calipped us.
I completely understand! I am horrible at identifying and understanding accents!
I grew up in the Midwest, and live in New England. People occasionally ask me if I’m from “down south”.
Also, he’s not really a bear.
Awwww, they’re both so warm and fuzzy…
I always introduce a friend of mine that has that soft Kentish accent as Australian but he wants to be British. Once I plant that seed in someone’s mind, he’s Australian forever. It’s my running joke with him.
I once hired a young Ethiopian exchange student to work in a shop I managed.
She told me she was truly amazed that Americans were so horrible at recognising ethnicities.
Tall, slender, sweet-faced and Black… with the distinctive corn-row braids of her native country, and a heavy Ethiopian accent…
I can only think it was because she was so beautiful,
that she was so often asked if she were French.
He bearly recognises accents.
So, are you Canadian?
Didgeridoo, mate! I’m from Roo-mania.
When I saw an old ad for Aeroplane Jelly (“It’s jelly good!”), I thought it was the most British thing I’d ever seen. It was Australian.
While traveling the Alaska Highway in Canada, I met a flagwoman at a construction zone with an Australian accent. I commented that she sounded Australian and she was amazed that I didn’t think like everyone else that she had an English accent.
G day, cousin Bruce!
July 17, 2015