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Unread 15th May 2017   #16
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I quite like the sound of Italian and Spanish accents, think I prefer Italian. Have a soft spot for the Irish accent too.

Regionally, I quite like the Yorkshire accent Matty, having lived in Leeds for a few years. I always found it cute
are you sure - we abbreviate everything and every second word is a swear word we dont mince our words either - i hear were worse than Geordies to understand - and that came from a Spanish guy lol
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I know a guy who speaks Yoruba and I could listen to him talk all day...
I also find Thai, German, Turkish, Russian, Arabic, and Farsi to be really sexy.
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I once dated a guy with a New Zealand accent, it was sexy as hell.
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Unread 16th May 2017   #19
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The results were based on volumes and volumes and countless of written and spoken words, poems, love letters, novels, stories, songs and sweet words uttered to their lovers, inamorata, suitors or whatever you call it using deep words and terms, colorful entries and deep connotations and meaning, invocations and symbolism, euphemism and other metaphors and methods etc. ..
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Unread 17th May 2017   #20
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are you sure - we abbreviate everything and every second word is a swear word we dont mince our words either - i hear were worse than Geordies to understand - and that came from a Spanish guy lol
It's an honest, down to earth accent, and it was new to me back then, so yeah, I found it has a rugged charm
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French is totally sexy. I also like English and Czech (I don't know it, but it sounds interesting)
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The results were based on volumes and volumes and countless of written and spoken words, poems, love letters, novels, stories, songs and sweet words uttered to their lovers, inamorata, suitors or whatever you call it using deep words and terms, colorful entries and deep connotations and meaning, invocations and symbolism, euphemism and other metaphors and methods etc. ..

You can write a love letter in any language and it's still romantic, regardless of whether it's a popular language or not.

Where is the link to the ''sweet words'' they studied that were spoken to lovers? You think in order to be romantic with your lover one should speak in French rather than the language their lover understands? That's misunderstanding it completely.
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You can write a love letter in any language and it's still romantic, regardless of whether it's a popular language or not.

Where is the link to the ''sweet words'' they studied that were spoken to lovers? You think in order to be romantic with your lover one should speak in French rather than the language their lover understands? That's misunderstanding it completely.


These are the most romantic languages in the world one can hear sweetest lover would feel the most romantic love they could ever feel....
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You can write a love letter in any language and it's still romantic, regardless of whether it's a popular language or not.

Where is the link to the ''sweet words'' they studied that were spoken to lovers? You think in order to be romantic with your lover one should speak in French rather than the language their lover understands? That's misunderstanding it completely.
I'm pretty sure there is no study at all and this is actually just Bootsguy's opinion. Hence why he just keeps repeating himself without offering any link to these "studies". Bootsguy doesn't like hearing opinions differing to his nor will have a sensible, balanced discussion with you so I wouldn't waste your breath.
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ROMANTIC PEOPLE KNOWS AND FEEL DEEP INSIDE THEIR HEART AND SOUL THE LANGUAGE OF ROMANCE... APPARENTLY, THERE'S ONLY A VERY FEW ROMANTIC PEOPLE HERE MOST ARE NOT NOT LOVABLE AT ALL.... HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

These are the most romantic languages in the world one can hear sweetest lover would feel the most romantic love they could ever feel....

: multi::m ulti:

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Personally I find people people who speak in emojis with generous helpings of CAPS LOCK a real turn on. Now there's the language of lurrrrrrrve.
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ROMANTIC PEOPLE KNOWS AND FEEL DEEP INSIDE THEIR HEART AND SOUL THE LANGUAGE OF ROMANCE... APPARENTLY, THERE'S ONLY A VERY FEW ROMANTIC PEOPLE HERE MOST ARE NOT NOT LOVABLE AT ALL.... HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

These are the most romantic languages in the world one can hear sweetest lover would feel the most romantic love they could ever feel....

: multi::m ulti:

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You're certainly the latter.
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Unread 20th May 2017   #29
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You guys have any places we can hear these things?

Being raised in the Midwest US and then transplanted to the South is a handicap.
Hey, @LJay. listen to BBC Radio Four for example... There's the Archers (a soap that has been running for over 60 years I think), where all the people who, although they all live in the same village, have a bunch of different accents. Adam's husband Ian for example is Irish. You might also hear a few politicians with Scottish, Welsh, Irish, Midlands accents on such programmes as Any Questions .... that would be a place to hear those. I just love to hear the female leader of the Welsh party Plaid Cymru , Leanne Wood, whose accent is just charmingly lilting.

You could also follow some of the programmes of BBC World Service where you'll hear even more accents, including all sorts of people from all over the world speaking English with their accents (Spanish, French, Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Nigerian etc....)
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08q7l8j Any questions?
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08qxfcj The Archers (everyday in the evening for 15 minutes, and then an omnibus on Sundays - link given)
http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservicerad...hedules#on-now World Service schedule...
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I have followed soaps in Portuguese and never fail to find it a beautiful language...
Here's the Eurovision song to prove my point. Amar Pelos Dois. To love for both of us.
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