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One parent from scotland, one from essex, we live in Devon, why does DS talk with a brummie accent?

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Dragonbutter Fri 26-Sep-08 22:28:47

it's as though a venn diagram was drawn, y'know circles around the places our accents and from and where we live now.
The overlapping shape must have been the midlands.

Anybody else have the same problem or know what the hell is going on?

wessexgirl Fri 26-Sep-08 22:29:33

Has he just started school?

sleepycat Fri 26-Sep-08 22:29:57

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Dragonbutter Fri 26-Sep-08 22:30:20

he's gone back to nursery after the holidays. do you think that could be it?

DaisySteiner Fri 26-Sep-08 22:30:23

Presumably for the same reason that all four of our children speak with a West Country accent when their parents are from Essex and Birmingham!

Dragonbutter Fri 26-Sep-08 22:31:01

i'm really not in a position to be accentist.

wessexgirl Fri 26-Sep-08 22:32:08

Dd1 started Reception this month - their adored teacher is from Yorkshire. There is suddenly a lot of 'well I'll go to't foot of our stairs' stuff going on in south Dorset grin.

Dragonbutter Fri 26-Sep-08 22:33:55

it's kind of brummie, but with the student lilt that goes up at the end, where everything sounds like a question.

nappyaddict Fri 26-Sep-08 22:36:42

perhaps a new child or teacher from there?

Dragonbutter Fri 26-Sep-08 22:37:31

he's got a new 'keyworker' type, but i think she's dutch.

Califrau Fri 26-Sep-08 22:42:12

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Dragonbutter Fri 26-Sep-08 22:43:22

what you grinning at cali?
what accent have yours got now?

Califrau Fri 26-Sep-08 22:55:31

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Dragonbutter Fri 26-Sep-08 23:43:09

good luck wit dat wink

Dragonbutter Sat 27-Sep-08 09:25:40

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