Discussion in 'The Alley' started by Teen Prodigy, Jul 3, 2005.
Wasup Juggla, how you doing?
i'm doing ok, how have you been? whats new..
man is rm.com fucked up for other people or just me? i have to log in like every 2 minutes, and none of the links are right or anything [shrugs]
I been good.. Im moving at the end of the month and working lots..I havent had to log in I saty lkogged in all the time.. I wonder if anyone else is having that problem
where are you moving too?
Same city, just a different house... We have a 2 bedroom, 980 square foot place with 2 adults and 2 kids... Not enough room : (
Of course not [pus]
Yeah i don't blame you
Kyza, answer a question for me. I've been thinking about it.. ( not sure why)... but...which country do you think has a larger number of different accents.... England or the U.S? Because I don't think I've ever heard two english people with exactly the same accent... I was listening to Ricky Hatton the other day... he talks funny lol.. where's he from? Manchester?
Man, there's probably more amount of different accents in london alone that there is in america lol. I have never heard someone from the north talk like someone from east london etc.
And yea, hes from manchester, like AWAK. Nearly every region of UK has a completely different accent and is pretty distinguishable.
I dont know, it would be close tho.
Everyone seems to think we all speak like the queen or Tony Blair tho. I've never ever met someone who speaks like that lol.
That's interesting ..
+ london is the multicultural capital of the world.
Kyza got a hoe. Swalla.
An addition the "Ali Sandwhich"
I dont sound like Ricky Hatton tho!
Moreso than Toronto?
I'm not even thinking about the Ali sandwich right now man. More like a Fajita. :wink:
Teen - Its referred to as 'the multicultural epicentre of Europe: 33 boroughs, seven million people, 300 languages and enough global cultures to experience a different part of the world every day.'
So maybe, iuno.
lol @ AWAK. You prolly sound like scholes.
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