I was born in Pennsylvania outside of Philadelphia in a rural area so I guess my accent is rural farm boy/Philly slang/Pennsylvania Dutch. "Yo!! I just bought me a Folksvagon wit my Weeza card."
Very English as I'm English ..hehe
Well, if I let my own accent go as it wants, it can be pretty strong.
If I'm meeting someone new or working, I have no regionalism.
If I'm tired, ye cain't get no more Southern then me.
Some people here in Arizona can tell that I have an accent that stems from the Mid-Atlantic States.
I'm an Australian. Of course I have an accent. It's not too broad but it's most definitely there.
I did a breakfast program on community radio for a couple of years and cleaned up the accent as much as I could. That was my bullshit voice. It was probably neutral.
Born and Raised In The South Land
accent? what accent? I have no accent? everyone else has the accent...
Na, I don't think I have an accent really, if I spend much time around the southern accent, I can fake then listen to it, and sometimes fake it very very well.
Though when I went north, some realized some of my word choices were more southern words that they weren't used to hearing.