Originally posted by CA_Orot
Accents. I love accents. I don't know what it is, but there is something so seductive about an accent: Austrailian, English, Scottish....ohh
I forgot about accents. Good call! Even though people like me can't detect our own accents - I grew up in Detroit, where everybody sounds pretty
"accentless" to me.
Anyway, I really like girls that have Eastern European accents and speak in broken English. Usually that goes hand-in-hand with other admirable
traits, like submissiveness, poverty, sexual willingness, a tiny frame, a high tolerance of physical or verbal abuse, etc.
I also really like the way people from Boston and most of New England speak. I'll often affect this accent when I'm meeting new people or conducting
business. Other accents that I enjoy using myself are New Yorker, Londoner, Welsh, Kiwi and Canadian.
On the other hand, some accents are a complete turn-off. I detest heavy Southern accents and Jamaican accents - both of which I have a lot of trouble
understanding. The Southern drawl can be particularly annoying because it takes those people so damned long to get their point across and even if they
may be intelligent, I can't help but view them as complete ignoramuses when they're speak like that.
I also hate some other accents, even if they aren't as hard to understand. The way people from India talk, for example, sounds silly to me and it can
grate the nerves. I've been known to be rather cruel to the Indians who work at call centers when I need customer service. I also detest the way
girls from the West Coast talk - especially the "Valley Girl" tongue of the Southern Californian and the "moronspeak" of the Pacific Northwest
I can't stand the way most immigrants sound, come to think of it. West Africans have terribly annoying accents and Asian immigrants are
unintentionally funny when they speak. Hearing them makes me want to do a crude schoolboy's imitation of Chinese ("Ching chang chung chow pow
pow!"). I usually can restrain myself, thankfully.
I also hate the way people from Israel and the rest of the Middle East sound. You hear them talking and you just want to blow them up!
Nobody's worse than the Mexicans, though. Obviously, the ones who yip-yap in Spanish are the worst, but I don't even like the way their
American-born children sound. It's like they've developed a horrible new way of speaking. They're speaking Californian English, but you can hear
the Mexican accent just below the surface.