I remember working with a bloke from Aberdeen. I'm pretty au fait with most regional accents, but this cnut? I couldn't understand a bloody work he said. He sounded like that Russ Abbot character.. Jimmy. I kept asking him to slow down so I could make out what he was jibbering on about. Thankfully, he was a complete knobber and I managed to get rid of him - only to be replaced by a Geordie who said nothing much other than "aaah, fcukin' reet." I now have a driver who is a Rhodie (ex-RLI) and I can only just understand him. A child of the Empire. Marvellous (sniff sniff).
If they should once obtain a connivance, they will press for a toleration, from thence to an equality, from an equality to a superiority, from a superiority to an extirpation of all contrary religions. John Pym 1584-1643.
I reserve the right to say what the fcuk I like. The serried ranks of headstones in Flanders, Normandy and elsewhere give me that right.
British regional accents and dialects should be maintained at all costs, if for no other reason than it completely befuddles Americans. Having said that, spams seem to be invariably impressed by how many euphamisms for 'drunk' we have. I think it's like eskimos having hundreds of words for snow.
"If you ask me, this country could use a little less motivation. The people who are motivated are the ones causing all the trouble. Stock swindlers, serial killers, child molesters, Christian conservatives... these people are highly motivated." -George Carlin
"If some cunt can fuck something up, that cunt will pick the worst possible time to fucking fuck it up cause that cunt's a cunt." -Malcolm Tucker