Not so local accents?

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  1. Yoe carr gew arand spaykein stuf like that !!

    Most on us ave had a bostin education in Brummagem and prefer the qwaynes english.

    oroighte aer kid - terrar a bit
  2. Fat_Cav

    Fat_Cav LE

    Feck me, the whole QOH spoke like that. Sounded like one big permanent Jasper Carrot concert.
    Confused? Yow am.
  3. sfub


    Janners. Now there accent is something else. Rises at the end of a statement, so it sounds like a question? About 20 years ago, I was at The Citadel and a mate ended up in Derriford Hospital, so I borrowed a bike to go and visit him. Not knowing the area, I stopped and asked a local for directions..
    The locals reply was..

    "You goan to the hospito? Well if you're on your psycho, you go on the psychopath"

    Dunno what the rest of the directions were, I was too busy laughing at him.
  4. auscam


    Jesus Christ-all-bloody-mighty; here I was hoping (in an anguished sort of way) that that linguistic abomination was limited to the more genocide-ready parts of Australia. Hoping that we might, one day, be able to exterminate its perpetrators and get away with it.

    And you tell me that it's escaped? We're doomed. Slaughter will avail us nothing now.

    The Universal Interrogative is unleashed upon a defenceless world. Fucking hell.
  5. duckula

    duckula LE

    Whoa, W, W, W Wow Whoa. Hold on there tubster, there was fook all wrong with the way we spoke. Nor was it any disgrace to have Red Red Wine as the Regimental march.
  6. Crunchie

    Crunchie War Hero

    Aye as a NE lad i cu neva keepa strayt face win gettun rifted by yauld Freddie :D actually a really nice blerk