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Why Manchester rules over Warsaw :)


isthatu2 4 | 2693
16 Oct 2012 #61
A softly spoken mancunian accent on a girl can be an attractive trait.

But the other version can cut diamonds at a 100 paces :)
Still better than scouse though,those girls can make a dogs ears bleed :)
RevokeNice 15 | 1854
16 Oct 2012 #62
Still better than scouse though,those girls can make a dogs ears bleed :)

Scouse accents are up there with Derry accents for me.

A weak spot.

The scouse and the Dub accent are said to be interlinked. Both port cities that traded with each other a lot. Il dig up an article about it you are interested.

When I am in my sisters for an evening she always watches Coronation Street. There is one character in it with a bit of a gammy mouth who serves the bar.

That accent, man. She would have even me belting out God Save the Queen if she asked.
isthatu2 4 | 2693
16 Oct 2012 #63
That accent, man. She would have even me belting out God Save the Queen if she asked.

Whatever floats your boat :)
OP NorthMancPolak 4 | 643
16 Oct 2012 #64
A softly spoken mancunian accent on a girl can be an attractive trait.

I love the accents round here, though I prefer those from north of the M60, like Bury/Bolton etc.

Salford accents do it for me, too - the chavvier the better. Very unusual for me, as I'm not exactly keen on "council estate" accents, but Salfordian is a unique exception :D Which is just as well, seeing as that's where I live :D You won't hear too many of these on TV except a few Corrie actresses, and Janeece from Waterloo Road of course. I suspect that this is what isthatu2 may mean by

But the other version can cut diamonds at a 100 paces :)

lmao

The estates on the way in from the airport looked pretty grim.

It's nothing compared to places like Collyhurst, Newton Heath, Clayton, Gorton etc. The rough parts of south Manchester get all the press, but there are places at the other sides of town which I would be much more wary of wandering around in. And that's not even mentioning the dodgiest parts of Salford (i.e., most of it).

Id like to go back as an adult and explore the place.

Yes, you definitely should. It's changed a LOT in the last 15 years or so.
pawian 223 | 24385
16 Oct 2012 #65
Guys, can you get back on the topic? Namely, comparison between Warsaw and Manchester. I don`t have time to read about British girls` accents.

Namely, comparison between Warsaw and Manchester.

E.g.,

10. Beetham Tower,

Oops, not too impressive.

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