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And Geordie. Dgs has just got some new slippars.
I think it is regional, too. TEnds to be some Northern accents, I think. Like, say, Manchest-ARRR.
Anything to do with which part of the country you're in? Everyone except me says that round here. Or, round yer, as they say
Oh. It's just me then.
I think I might be being a bit of a fusspot but what is with this aaaaaar at the end of words?I give you:- und-Aar press- Arrr ( under pressure)- speak to the mana- Jarrr (manager)- the x-fac-Tarr ( Dermot tonight)- DS's new pal, Tyler, pronounced Tie-Larrr Is it me?
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