Tuesday, May 5, 2009

I've Said It Before, I'll Say It Again...

...everything sounds better in a British accent.




for a better read, click on the photo.

17 comments:

  1. Ye gads! If that was on the up-and-up Mr. D Paul deserved the letdown!

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  2. LOL......!!!.. Was just moved to tears on writerquake, now I'm laughing heartily.. i love this blog thing.. lol..cheers!

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  3. You're right-it would sound better with a British accent.

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  4. So that's why I'm not getting job offers...HR people don't like being called a shank ho. Who knew?

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  5. There'll always be an England...

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  6. Oh, dear. I'm still laughing!

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  7. I'm gonna have to remember that think about not calling somebody a "skank ho" in a job...it might explain a lot about my current lack of employment....

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  8. Excellent! I love letters like this and yes it should be read in an English accent (not really any such thing as a British accent, take your pick from Scots, Northern Irish, Welsh and English :-))

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  9. Hilarious. And so posh, in its clipped British accent. LOL

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  10. I suspect, as you all might also, that this is a bit of a joke. Yet, it still makes me laugh. Point taken, Argent about the English accent. I'm imaging Hugh Laurie reading this out loud.

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  11. Hilarious and refined! How do the British do it?

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  12. this goes into my stories of recruitment and it just keeps getting better :-)

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Hey, thanks for your thoughts and your time:>)