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US english vs. British english vs. random english

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British should be excluded from the next question: what do you prefer? British english, or american english, or you don't give a fuck as long as ppl understand you?
added on the 2007-10-01 16:11:36 by xernobyl xernobyl
I prefer engrish
added on the 2007-10-01 16:15:51 by Steel Steel
I don't give a fuck, however I prefer Eurenglish. This language is spoken and written whenever there are non-english-speaking people communicating and nobody every used to work / live in a natively english speaking countries.

This is what most Europeans speak and understand :) I believe it must sound terrible for UK/US folks !!
added on the 2007-10-01 16:15:56 by twh twh
Written: American English.
Spoken: Anything goes, even Finnish "rally driver" English is a fine dialect that enriches the language.
added on the 2007-10-01 16:20:13 by Sverker Sverker
spoken: british english
written: like i could tell the difference
added on the 2007-10-01 16:21:56 by dalezr dalezr
oh, it's prefer as in doing it, not prefer as in liking it, so, scratch that.
still, british english rocks. especially when being done by dvs. :D
added on the 2007-10-01 16:30:02 by dalezr dalezr
i really love the harmony in the british english. american english is a tad bit harsher and a bit more gibberish-alike compared to the vocal beauty of the spoken british english.

also i really love the colour of the voice in british english. the series rome is a solid example of that gorgeous colourful speech.
added on the 2007-10-01 16:47:22 by decipher decipher
It feels like people are confusing accent and pronunciation with the the wonderful differences in spelling and of certain terms and words.

Or I'm not quite in my element here. Whatever.
added on the 2007-10-01 17:20:27 by Shifter Shifter
I prefer Monty Python in British english
added on the 2007-10-01 17:29:08 by src src
decipher, there's major variation in british accents, i've heard some that are definitely more "gibberish" than american english could ever be.
added on the 2007-10-01 18:14:11 by dodke dodke
British English, of course!
added on the 2007-10-01 18:37:01 by RA RA
Although I like the sound of British English and despise mainstream American culture and politics, I usually try to pick the least retarted spelling variants whenever possible, and this usually means American spelling.
french anglish oeuf corse !
added on the 2007-10-01 19:16:49 by HerrV HerrV
brit, when i care
added on the 2007-10-01 19:24:30 by makc makc
I can understand almost any kind of English speaking but I suck when I talk my horrible Finlands English "Kimi Räikkönen" speak.
Vote for : Random English.
added on the 2007-10-01 19:26:19 by branch branch
whot herrV seed

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added on the 2007-10-01 19:57:31 by s0r s0r
stockholm english is the cutest
added on the 2007-10-01 20:10:39 by linde linde
Baha HerrV!!



Muskatnuss Herr Müller!! MUSKATNUSS HERR MÜLLER!!

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GkZFBmBYSM
added on the 2007-10-01 21:47:06 by freeze freeze
spaghetti english
added on the 2007-10-01 22:32:52 by rmeht rmeht
US english. can't stand british,australian, etc.
added on the 2007-10-01 22:36:31 by bartman bartman
I prefer Chinese English, because that's so sweet. But be careful with their mushrooms ;)

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added on the 2007-10-01 22:47:18 by Ger Ger
I quite like British English, but with 40+ nationalities at work I'm used to Whatever English.

dodke: Welsh are speaking giberenglish :)
added on the 2007-10-01 22:51:17 by p01 p01

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