Do American Women Really Love a British Accent

December 7, 2006 4:38am CST
Having never been to America this has always bugged me. Is it something we've made up in England. Does it make us more attractive? ;-)
4 responses
@Poison_Girl (4163)
• United States
11 Dec 06
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OMG, I can't tell you how much I *LOVE* the British accent! It's a weakness of mine and a huge turn on. :P *sigh*
• United States
11 Dec 06
Ok, well... yes. Love the Scottish accent as well! No denying that. And the Aussie accent. Oh man! They all make me melt!
• United States
11 Dec 06
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Oh yes it does!!
11 Dec 06
That’s great!! To be honest I’ve always loved the American accent...not too keen on the Aussie one though. I have a personal preference to certain types of American accent each for their own reason. The Southern accents are incredibly sexy…warm melodic like a song... Do you have areas in Britain or specific accents that you prefer? Noel Gallagher or Hugh Grant etc?
@feralwoman (2199)
• Australia
11 Dec 06
I've met a few americans during the course of my work and they do like a British accent, not only on men but on women too. For some reason it seems to fascinate them! LOL
11 Dec 06
Did you know about this before your American contacts were made, was it a suprise and did you use your accent!
@Jestin (560)
• Philippines
7 Dec 06
Actually,not just American women. British accent gives a man a really sexy image. It's smooth and classy and unique. I think a decent percentage of girls in every country giggles everytime they hear a guy with a British accent.
11 Dec 06
Its interesting to find this out. I suppose us brits fall into many camps and not everyone is the sexy James Bond type. Do you feel the same about the British music bands such as "Oasis" or "The Streets" who have quite regional accents and street styles? Which particular accent is it that you like? Tell me about yours.
@yorb24 (2180)
• United States
8 Dec 06
I live in the US and I do love a british accent. Not just on men but on women too. There's something about it, that's just appealing to the ear. An aussie accent is good to but for some reason I prefer a british one.