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    For a second I was concerned that I was off-topic, because how many Americans would respond to this thread with Alien references? But then I realized... the nerdy ones. :p

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    I love Seinfeld, but not at first because of the cringe factor. Elaine’s “can you spare a square” bit is one of my all time favorites. It’s funny, but uncomfortable funny. It’s very New York. I also love Obama and think he’s going down in history as one of the best.
     
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    Also, I blocked EH again. That lasted literally, for a day.
     
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    Obamas probably going to jail where he belongs. One of the best terrorists to American interests for sure.
     
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    I was in the UK some months back. Nice folks all around. I was in urban areas so it wasn't too different from being in a US town or city.
     
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    I'm late to the party!

    Being an American myself, I could listen to an English person all day. Creepy I know, but I am not joking lol.

    Just something about the English, Scottish, Irish and Australian accents. They are just so appealing to me. I had a foreign exchange student from Ireland last semester in college, and literally everyone would not stop talking to him. He was the center of attention everywhere haha

    I honestly find my American accent downright boring and bland in comparison to other accents...
     
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    I love accents too, esp those you mentioned.

    And I think I've shared this video on the forum before (cuz I love it!) But it's what we sound like to some apparently, lol! It's slow going but the song starts about 2:00 in with their take on the American accent.

     
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    Hahaha this is great!! :grimacing::laughing:
     
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    American life: work

    Life in the Commonwealth: work and sleep
     
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