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    lequericacalvo

    [1]Aug 17, 2006
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    Who finds his faux Scottish accent funny?. or at least his accent it is aproximately real to the REAL Scotish accent?.
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    hoyage

    [2]Sep 24, 2006
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    The accent is pretty good sounds just like any other scotsman well accept someone i know but you have no clue what hes saying so that scottish accent wouldnt be very useful.
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    monster_monster

    [3]Oct 10, 2006
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    I find it funny
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    Mamfa

    [5]Oct 17, 2006
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    I like it, and at least it doesnt sound so totally and utterly fake like some other accents ive have seen on TV
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    FruityHotLips

    [6]Feb 6, 2007
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    It's pretty cool. He apparently 'tones it down' so people can understand it. Sorta an 'educated Scottish accent' or something.
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    FruityHotLips

    [7]Feb 6, 2007
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    It's pretty cool. He apparently 'tones it down' so people can understand it. Sorta an 'educated Scottish accent' or something.
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    sajwest

    [8]Mar 16, 2007
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    i used to love it.

    notice how i am using past tense!

    GOD I MISS HIM!!

    Edited on 03/16/2007 12:14pm
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    Fwirrel

    [9]Jul 30, 2008
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    I don't really know how a scottish accent is really supposed to sound. I think Carson sounds funny...but I like it
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    Miss_barbara

    [10]Jul 17, 2010
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    It sounds nice, but nothing like a real scottish accent.
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    LisaMerrick

    [11]Aug 30, 2010
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    Sorry, you apparently haven't had much contact with Scottish Speaking People!!! The truth of the matter is Paul was born in Paisley Scotland, grew up in Ireland then back to Scotland again! If anything, his accent has a great deal more authenticity than apparently anything YOU are used to hearing! Too bad, so sad, your loss for not doing your history first before writing into this forum, and showing your glaring lack of information!

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