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Haha Kez, I am a Londoner but my boyfriend is a Pompey boy – I am loving your accent because you sound so Portsmouth! Very cute – we are living in Aus so it's nice to hear. Loving your hair in the vid also.
Thanks for doing this video for us, Kez. You are super cute!
haha this is so cute! thanks for doing this 🙂
YAY to the super cute british accent!!! Thanks for humoring us by uploading the video, you're adorable and loving the hair!
kez is so pretty! and such a great sport!
love this video
I enjoyed this video. I, like many others love your accent. Thanks for taking time out to record this for us. Don't mind us Americans, we are easily amused =)
I love your accent! I lived in Germany for 4 years and I visited London once. I had a blast up there and enjoyed the food and the people (also met up with a cousin that I never met before). What was great to me (this may seem silly) was that all the signs were in English! lol. Coming from Germany that was much appreciated.
It was me Crimson_Butterfly, who wanted you to say a spot of tea… THANK YOU… How are your curly locks being perceived across the pond? Have a beautiful weekend and don't give a bloody hell about us Yankees and our strange requests…. I just love to hear Brits say that for whatever reason. I'm sure we say a few things that are funny to the Brits…
Hello From The Virgin Islands Kez :~D Your Hair Looks Lovely!
That's Funny Someone Asked You To Say A Spot Of Tea, Its What Lots Of People Want To Hear From Brits, I Can't Understand Why That's Usually The Phrase People Want To Hear, LOL
I Haven't Been To England In So Long, Hopefully I'll Be Up There Next Year.
There's Also the words with the (ise/ize) Like Recognise(Recognize) Most Words That Have The (our are spelled or)Labour/Labor. There Are so Many Words I Could Go On And On, LOL
Ooohhh I miss Edinburgh! We used to take the train down all the time. Walk the royal mile, shop and go to the theatre. Never got to go walk the underground part though, my best friend was a phobic about close places. We stayed at a local B&B. The first time we didn't realize we had to specify ensuite full bathroom. lol. but the down the hall was clean.
Back to hair. lol. I had the hardest time finding products for my hair before I discovered Boots. The town I lived didn't have one and the local chemist had no idea about products for black hair. Very small town. You could literally blink and be out of town. Never mind the local hair stylist. lol. I wanted to cry sometimes.
Kez seems like a sweetheart! It was lovely to read her story. I wish her the best in her hair journey. In fact I applaud all of the women on CN who are brave enough to open themselves up and share their photos and stories with the internet world.
@ Madeaj – Thanks very much for the kind words.
I have actually never been to Scotland, its about a 10hr drive I think, though we could fly, we are hoping to go to Edinburgh though sometime in near furture -Scots have VERY strong accents. Where I am down south, only 50-60miles from London, we sound very similar in our accents, further up North you get, the stronger, if you google/youtube 'Scouse accents' (if you're as bored as me right now lol!) you'll hear quite a difference between us…xxx
I spent 3 years in Scotland. It took me a few months to realize ZED was the letter z. lol.
Schedule is another word we americans pronounce differently. After a year I was used to the difference and people got used to my accent. Then I took a trip to Glasglow and thought I'd entered another country. The english is completely different there. Heck UK citizens needed a translator.
It was nice to hear you speak, brought back memories of a trip to London.
Your hair is beautiful and it was nice reading your story.
Yeah some are arent they – I think Colour is one (thats British way) I think you guys would say Color? And we say Mum, you say Mom…hmmm, what else??
Lol, I love a british accent. Off topic, but I didn't know that in the UK some english word were spelled differently than in the US.