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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Envious ?
    no but just think that's pulling women on a grand scale... I emailed him and sent him a link to here....

    He is in Melbourne

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    Ahh cool, I thought so. It was a little unfair. I'm not great with accents but he is from my city so was hard to miss. We don't quite do the Hugh Jackman or Steve Irwin accent. People thought I was British a few times when I was travelling. Kath and Kim are from a different part of Melbourne .
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    Quote Originally Posted by tinkerbell View Post
    no but just think that's pulling women on a grand scale... I emailed him and sent him a link to here....

    He is in Melbourne

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    A hunch tells me that this was born out of some deep craving that may be labeled as "I want to meet a real entp not all those posers, so I can understand myself better".

    Do you think that's how it works ?
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    i still think he has a british accent. may be he is posh....


    entpie..... i'd have thought bordom caused the first one or two but the attention seeking caused the rest... really good way too get women interested.

    u have to admit its a great way to pull an auience

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    Quote Originally Posted by tcda View Post
    you could send him a message, from one ENTP to another etc. ...

    I admit he has a very civili...I mean anglicised Aussie accent...:p.

    I mean put it like this, it could well be that in Australia, they think he has a British accent, I wouldn't know. But in Britain, he'd be considered to have an Oz accent, I'm 100% sure of that.
    he sounds perfectly normal to me. that's how most of us talk/sound in australia. don't believe the stereotypes we use to lure tourists. if someone naturally speaks that way, they're probably poorly educated or play a sport that induces a lot of brain damage (our football players look and talk like trolls).

    note: there are slight regional differences in accent. also, words like "mate" and "tucca" and those other disgusting words we apparently use all the time are exclusively found in the lower/blue collar classes, if at all. it's common in certain circles just not most.

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    Quote Originally Posted by noigmn View Post
    Ahh cool, I thought so. It was a little unfair. I'm not great with accents but he is from my city so was hard to miss. We don't quite do the Hugh Jackman or Steve Irwin accent. People thought I was British a few times when I was travelling
    i do believe those two were probably told to learn these "accents" of theirs, by their managers, you know, to sell more tickets in foreign countries.

    Kath and Kim are from a different part of Melbourne .
    the gutter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by noigmn View Post
    Yeh, it is just a clean Melbourne or maybe Sydney accent, and he is putting on a bit of exaggeration for the video. My first thought when I saw it was "which private school in Melbourne is he from?"
    yeah, he's totally a private school kid.

    i still think he has a british accent. may be he is posh....
    my own unconscious performing voice (a.k.a nervous/tense voice) makes me sound somewhat british/posh... moreso than ususal O.o
    maybe the australian aural "language" ingrains this because our british heritedge has yet to be sufficiently diluted to remove this likeness?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edge View Post

    note: there are slight regional differences in accent. also, words like "mate" and "tucca" and those other disgusting words we apparently use all the time are exclusively found in the lower/blue collar classes, if at all. it's common in certain circles just not most.


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    he sounds perfectly normal to me. that's how most of us talk/sound in australia. don't believe the stereotypes we use to lure tourists. if someone naturally speaks that way, they're probably poorly educated or play a sport that induces a lot of brain damage (our football players look and talk like trolls).
    yeh, I wouldn't know, I've never even been to Oz (though one of my best mates is Australian and it sounds better than Britain in most of the ways that interest me, which isn't saying much).

    I was only putting that bit bit in as a disclaimer because of Tinkerbell cliamignt hat he sounded British. I could have jsut said "obvious Australian is Australian" but I didn't feel I'd been around the foum long enough to be so frightfully rude.

    note: there are slight regional differences in accent. also, words like "mate" and "tucca" and those other disgusting words we apparently use all the time are exclusively found in the lower/blue collar classes, if at all. it's common in certain circles just not most
    But I'm from London and I say mate all the time. I didn't realize I disgusting to Aussies.Now I'll be self-conscious if ever I go there.
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