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  1. SnakeMMA is offline

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    Quote Originally Posted by tao.jonez View Post
    You keep up with other people's wardrobes pretty well, Snake.

    Also I don't know how to do a Phillipino accent, so I'm reading yours with a Hong Kong type Chinese accent. Sorry.
    thanks tao. im very fond of drawing and other art stuff so I can really appreciate his shirts' designs. :)

    now regarding the accent, a typical pinoy guy would have almost the exact same accent as Pacman when they talk. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ignorami View Post
    BigMike, I had your voice down as sounding like the petrol station attendant in the later series' of Alan Partridge
    The "work geordie"? Nope, im on the other side of the country.
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    That's it. A day's work, and my adoring fans get all of two-third of my (blurry) face.
    Lol. I'm sure your fans are waiting with baited breath for your big screen starring role. ;)

    syberia very much like Nicole Kidman with a sore throat.
    Huh. Not too far off. But my accents a little broader, I think.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tao.jonez View Post
    Also I don't know how to do a Phillipino accent, so I'm reading yours with a Hong Kong type Chinese accent. Sorry.
    Let's just say....their F's always sound like P's.... Por example: "I hab many pocking pilipino priends dat like to pight at da pestibal."

    Thanks to my many years of living in San Diego where there are Pinoys/ays galore....my ability to mimic a "Pilipino" accent is almost spot on....plus it helps to listen to a lot of Rex Navarrete(sp?).
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    ^ now this made me laugh

    funny thing is, those who are considered "upper class" here are the ones who has that accent. the ones from lower middle class and below sounds better. all thanks to the BPO industry perhaps?
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    Bleh, don't even get me started on "upper class" Filipinos...I used to HATE those old, upper class Filipinas that would come into my old job, treat me like some lower class servant, then NOT leave a dag gone tip......all I can say to that is, putanginamo....
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    But yeah, my gf is a lower middle class pinay...and she definitely can pronounce F sounds decently...although, I do find it funny that she refers to any gender in the feminine(i.e. when referring to a male, she'll always say "she or her"). Oh and the whole "open/close da light" thing always cracks me up, lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SARS_Attacks View Post
    Bleh, don't even get me started on "upper class" Filipinos...I used to HATE those old, upper class Filipinas that would come into my old job, treat me like some lower class servant, then NOT leave a dag gone tip......all I can say to that is, putanginamo....
    i like you already...

    Quote Originally Posted by SARS_Attacks View Post
    But yeah, my gf is a lower middle class pinay...and she definitely can pronounce F sounds decently...although, I do find it funny that she refers to any gender in the feminine(i.e. when referring to a male, she'll always say "she or her"). Oh and the whole "open/close da light" thing always cracks me up, lol.
    yeah I guess that "he/she thingy" is a dead give away that the person is a pinoy/pinay no matter what he/she looks like. had the same problem when I was younger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SnakeMMA View Post
    i like you already...



    yeah I guess that "he/she thingy" is a dead give away that the person is a pinoy/pinay no matter what he/she looks like. had the same problem when I was younger.
    So that's why my wife does that! She's been in the US since she was 10, so her accent is mostly gone. There some weird syllable emphasis issues now and then, though. Candidly, the stereotypical Filipino accent is annoying as ****.

    (FTR: I'm a white american guy with a generic east coast accent. A Japanese girlfriend once called it "American English teacher English")
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    Quote Originally Posted by Res Judicata View Post
    So that's why my wife does that! She's been in the US since she was 10, so her accent is mostly gone. There some weird syllable emphasis issues now and then, though. Candidly, the stereotypical Filipino accent is annoying as ****.
    especially when they try hard to make a conversation... nose bleed! lol
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