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Speed Bump by Dave Coverly for October 02, 2020

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  1. Aussie65  4 months ago

    Sigh… lol

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  2. ƹʅɗʘ  "1632760" ɗ'ʘraɗʘ  4 months ago

    ! It’s a reflection of the Koalaty of His education.

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  3. jreckard  4 months ago

    But when you underpaid at my family’s restaurant, you calipped us.

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  4. jpayne4040  4 months ago

    I completely understand! I am horrible at identifying and understanding accents!

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  5. Kaputnik  4 months ago

    I grew up in the Midwest, and live in New England. People occasionally ask me if I’m from “down south”.

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  6. MRBLUESKY529  4 months ago

    Also, he’s not really a bear.

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  7. Zebrastripes  4 months ago

    Awwww, they’re both so warm and fuzzy…

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  8. rhpii  4 months ago

    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.

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  9. SusanSunshine Premium Member 4 months ago

    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.

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  10. Gent  4 months ago

    He bearly recognises accents.

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  11. Indianapolis Smith  4 months ago

    So, are you Canadian?

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  12. AtariDragon  4 months ago

    Didgeridoo, mate! I’m from Roo-mania.

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  13. Stephen Gilberg  4 months ago

    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.

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  14. Ricky Bennett  4 months ago

    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.

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  15. Altar_Ego  4 months ago

    g’day mate!

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  16. Killer Koalaski Premium Member 4 months ago

    G day, cousin Bruce!

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