i wanna be irish

Discussion in 'Random Thoughts' started by alex714, May 14, 2004.

  1. alex714

    alex714 To the Left

    so i can type like didge and boringtree do on here...its just so FECKIN cool :cool:
     
  2. olhippie54

    olhippie54 Touch Of Grey Lifetime Supporter

    How often to you see someone who actually types with an accent?
     
  3. hiro

    hiro pursue it

    How do they type? What makes it different then me or you? I am Irish and don't type different.
     
  4. alex714

    alex714 To the Left

    they type with their accent em, like they'd be speaking it... i love it! just read some of their posts and youll see what i mean.
     
  5. hiro

    hiro pursue it

    Hmmmm.......
     
  6. to be honest, i half like it and it half annoys me. it's weird.
     
  7. antithesis

    antithesis Hello

    I like it too. And even though my ethnicity is Irish, I just wish that I was actually Irish, if you know what I mean.
     
  8. boringtree

    boringtree Custom User Title

    ah sure, its just the way we speak. the flow a the thoughts an the way they sound. there easily interupted and brougth out in a regular formal tone, just like this. anyway it livins up the words a tad bit yaknow!

    an does toronto not carry any linguistical traits, nah? like, "What aboot painting the hoos? oh ya, maby ma'nday?" or sumin like it :p

    personally, i prefare the deep canadian accent over any!
     
  9. alex714

    alex714 To the Left

    woooo look at ed showing off his accents, its FECKING sexy

    ummm no we dont have so much of an accent here in toronto...actually some people say i have one after talking to them on the phone, but its nothing compared to yours ;)
     
  10. Dustinthewind

    Dustinthewind woopdee fucking doo

    i love the way boringtree and didge type, I agree with you alex, i can sense the accent too.

    I love irish accents they are hella sexy!! :)
     
  11. nar, canadians have quite a huge accent.
     
  12. Pressed_Rat

    Pressed_Rat Do you even lift, bruh?

    Yes, it's very cool to consciously type like an Irish person just because you're Irish.

    If I was Canadian I would say "ey" at the end of every sentence.

    If I was Australian, I would start each post with a "g'day."
     
  13. Earthy Mama

    Earthy Mama Feel my wrath... ;)

    *sigh* I'm irish but I can't talk like that... TEACH MEEEEEEEE lol
     
  14. Willy_Wonka_27

    Willy_Wonka_27 Surrender to the Flow

    im part irish and i dont like it cuz i get sunburn all the time
    but yeah i wish i could talk like that too!!!
     
  15. didge

    didge Member

    ah jasus alex, i love ya woman!

    and all these folk that r sayin theyre irish, dyaz live here?!

    and i dont try ta type the way i do, tis just the way it comes out, straight from the brain ya kno:)

    ALEX, I LOOOOVE YOU.

    :)
     
  16. hiro

    hiro pursue it

    Man I must be blind I don't really see it.
     
  17. Timberwolf

    Timberwolf Member

    It's really nice, I agree, but I prefer the scottish accent, so cool! And I highly doubt Canadians have an accent, there is rather a sad absence of accent
     
  18. WayfaringStranger

    WayfaringStranger Corporate Slave #34

    you mean you dont have any Irish in you

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    you want some?
     
  19. Timberwolf

    Timberwolf Member

    Aye, send me some, real fast! But I do have a preference for Irish music... That make up for the missing Irish blood?
     
  20. I think its quite hard to hear an accent if you were bought up in a place where everyone around you (or the majority of people) talk like that.
    The only time I hear the new zealand accent is on tv, e.g. the oscars - it's a fairly terrible accent I have to say - so harsh and monotonous.
    not like the irish accent - it's damn hot.
     

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