The top 50 sexiest accents in the United States

TheGhost

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Oct 25, 2017
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Long Island
The top 50 sexiest accents in the US


The top 3
3- New York
2-Boston
1-Texas

Alll the way down at #50 is Long Island, which is basically a NY accent so to me this is a flawed poll but I'm sure it will be fun to discuss

Edit: wasn't much of a article to quote, one paragraph and I would have been quoting the whole thing and wasn't sure of forum rules when the source has such few amounts of words.
 

fuchsdh

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Oct 25, 2017
3,745
You could not distinguish between 50 accents in the US. That’s getting to a level of specificity that no one beyond locals will be able to parse.
 

DJ_Lae

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Oct 27, 2017
2,488
Edmonton
I always thought the Boston accent was the exact opposite of sexy, but maybe that's just me.

To be honest I'd have a really hard time picking any sexy US accent. Same for Canada.
 

wisdom0wl

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Oct 26, 2017
3,599
Boston? LMAO

WHO FINDS THAT ABOMINATION OF ACCENT SEXY???

Valley girl accents are sexier than a fucking Boston accent, and valley girl accents are garbage too
 

Mr.Awesome

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Nov 4, 2017
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Theres no way Chicago is 5th. First off it's pretty much a dead accent other than a small pocket of the Southside having the accent still. But it has to be the worst accent in America.
 

Midramble

The Fallen
Oct 25, 2017
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San Francisco
The only accent I've found that non Americans even slightly like is a southern accent.

People saying Boston actually mean "the movie Departed"

Hell, I love a NYC accent, but only when Marisa Tomei is sporting it.
 

Pwnz

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Oct 28, 2017
5,591
Texas isn't one accent. There's your dubya accent which I think is Midland. There's your generic major city accent with a bit of randomness due to so many immigrants from all over the state in Austin. There's tejano along the south through San Antonio. There's your dumbass accent in the rural tall pines. Not even sure if I can pin down Dallas or Houston.
 

Aeana

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Oct 25, 2017
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As someone who lives in Texas, I am really wondering if the voters are confused. There's multiple accents here, first of all, but I am not certain that the most common ones are what people who aren't from here actually associate with here.