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Ello Poppet ((say it with a Canadian accent))

Postby UnmeiWasurete » Sun 01.30.2011 8:24 pm

Ello poppet. I assume that if you are reading this, you are new.

Me too. That's cool...

Did I sound like an old member to you in the beginning? Bwahaha.

I was just starting a conversation. No harm done there, right? So, newbies - ello and welcome! With that being said, I think I can sign off feeling fulfilled... :dance:

Peaché! :sweatdrop:
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Re: Ello Poppet ((say it with a Canadian accent))

Postby chikara » Mon 01.31.2011 2:42 am

Sorry, I can't do a Canadian accent.

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UnmeiWasurete wrote:.... I assume that if you are reading this, you are new. ....

Why do you assume that? Do you believe that only new forum members great other new forum members? :think:
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Re: Ello Poppet ((say it with a Canadian accent))

Postby Dustin » Mon 01.31.2011 3:47 am

Heck I AM canadian and don't know what you mean.....


Welcome btw
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Re: Ello Poppet ((say it with a Canadian accent))

Postby chikara » Mon 01.31.2011 4:00 am

Dustin wrote:Heck I AM canadian and don't know what you mean.....

I did wonder if there actually was a quintessential Canadian accent given there are English Canadians and French Canadians. I worked with a Newfie once and his accent was almost Irish. :think:
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Re: Ello Poppet ((say it with a Canadian accent))

Postby Dustin » Mon 01.31.2011 6:42 am

chikara wrote:
Dustin wrote:Heck I AM canadian and don't know what you mean.....

I did wonder if there actually was a quintessential Canadian accent given there are English Canadians and French Canadians. I worked with a Newfie once and his accent was almost Irish. :think:


Newfies sound pretty odd to the rest of us as well.

If you're not a Newfie, or a french Canadian, than other than a few terms ( poutine eh? lol my spell check doesn't even recognize that) we speak pretty well like the northern states do. As you get south I hear a pretty deep southern accent, but most of the northern states sound like the rest of us up here in Canada :)
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