Would have done a better job if I had photoshop but I can't find a lite version anywhere
Good lad a real working boys dinner
you should come to michigan lad, if you stay north of our state capital there is no wogs and most people are either anglo, scottish, kraut, irish or danish-swedish with some bits of poles here and there. or they are a mongrel mix of these. its very comfy. go to traverse city its a port town with jobs and you can work in the speedboat making factory or something.
It was payday today too tbh
you can use GIMP its free lad, I used to have photoshop but my desktop dieded
idk he sounded different than most accents i've heard they tend to generalize and stereotype the accent in the USA. my great grandfather on my fathers side had a glasgow accent and my grandpa would imitate it when he told stories so I knew about some variation but the accent differences in english england are more challenging to decipher. the manchester/liverpool ones are easy enough
maybe she was jealous because he didn't tousle her hair
Difficult situation Dealt a bad hand brave in the face of adversity stunning fabolous persevering
Wouldn't surprise me if someone writes a hagiography of her when she resigns using only those words/soundbites
whenever I'm somewhere touristy and I hear a group of yanks talking, they sound exactly like a group of Irish talking. Must be the vowels or something.
yeah, we have a glorious localism of accents here, grounded in the long history of these isles
scotland is a great example tbh, glasgow is so different to edinburgh and both of those are easier to understand than the east coast (north of the forth), with the dundee accent being near unintelligible, then you got west coast argyll accent, then of course highland accents, caithness, the western isles, etc all with their own distinct accent based on the history of settlements
england has so much more variation than that, some places the accent drastically changing within 10 miles (the difference between manchester, wigan and st. helens for example)
Rare acetate voice recording of Steiner's great grandaddy