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kilowatt

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  1. Still got a chance to audition tomorrow evening at 7PM.
  2. This thread will follow the development of Benjamin Vaughan, a quiet boy growing up under the influence of his Father, the President of the Bastards Motorcycle Club.
  3. I think you're best bet is to just try and not fall into the stereotypical Londoner, who talks like they're the queen and has a cup of tea every two seconds. The accent, even in London, isnt nearly as posh as its depicted on TV. It is true that we definitely have our own culture but each individual is different and unless you're planning on roleplaying a much older british person, its unlikely that the language you use will be much different than an american apart from the odd change here and there. Because of television and movies, alot of english is Americanised and you'll find younger gener
  4. hey, i've lived in the UK my whole life and to answer your question, the accent and phrases depend alot on which part of the UK you want your character to be from. These things vary a lot depending on which region you're born in just like most countries. I'd suggest deciding which specific region you want your character to be from and going from there. There is also just some general language differences between UK english and american english, so whilst an american character would say trash, a british person would typically say rubbish. Crisps, instead of chips, then chips instead of fri
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