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The Top 50 Sexiest Accents In The USA – Ranked

Whether the voice of Pauly D does it for you or you’re more of a Mark Wahlberg fan, it’s true to say that some accents are saucier than others.

America is uniquely diverse when it comes to dialects, with the country’s vast history of immigrants influencing how people talk from coast to coast.

Following on from sample survey results of our 1.5million social audience, we have the official ranking of the sexiest – and least sexy – accents in the USA.

Consider yourself very lucky if your accent is among the Top 10…

50th. Long Islander

People from ‘Lawnguyland’ might be a bit upset with being voted as having America’s least sexiest accent. But look, can they really disagree?

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49th. New Jersey

North Jerseyan? Think ‘cawfee’ and dropping the ‘Rs’. South Jerseyan? It’s more like the Philly accent, but not close enough to bring up Jersey’s overall sex appeal.

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48th. Minnesotan

Throw in plenty of Minnesota “yahs” and “hons” to get that famous Fargo accent.



47th. Alaskan

A massive migration of Minnesotans during the 1930s means that the Alaskan accent sounds all too similar to Minnesota folk.

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46th. California Valley

The often-ridiculed San Fernando “Valley Girl” accent rose to fame in the 1980s, but is still spoken by many in South California today. Like, awesome?

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45th. Southern Ohioan

In the southern end of Ohio, where a pin is actually a pen and tin means ten, the accent is almost southern, yet not.

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44th. Floridian

Not including the sexy twang of Miami, the Florida accent is a baffling mix of Midwest and Northeast with a hint of Southern. A sandwich is a ‘sangwich’ and the people have spoken – it’s nowhere near the top 10.

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43rd. Pittsburgh

“Yinz going dahntahn?” The Western Pennsylvania English accent is often considered the ugliest in all of America, so Pittsburgh locals can feel lucky that they’ve escaped last place this time around.

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42nd. Cincinnati

Slowly but surely dying out as younger Ohioans speak with a more general Midland accents, the classic Cincinnati accent has short ‘a’s, so class becomes cless.

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41st. Pennsylvania Dutch

While a typical US state might have max two or three dialects, Pennsylvania has five.  The Pennsylvania Dutch dialect has been dying out, as non-Amish younger Pennsylvania Germans tend to speak modern General American English. “Yah, well.”

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40th. Appalachian

Also known as Smoky Mountain English or Southern Mountain English,  words get joined together and ‘a’ gets added onto random words – think “I’m goin’ a-huntin'”. Potato becomes ‘tader’ and hollow becomes ‘holler’. Charming yes, but sexy it ain’t.

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39th. Colorado

Coloradans don’t have a distinctive sound, but there’s definitely an accent here, despite what some people might say. It’s recently been influenced by the Californian vowel shift, yet still holds on to dropping the ‘t’s, so mountains becomes ‘moun’uns’.

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38th. Providence

Want to talk Rhode Island? The Boston-meets-Brooklyn accent is hard to mimic, but clearly distinct. Listen to any episode of Jersey Shore with Pauly D and you’ll understand instantly what it sounds like.

37th. Tallahassee

You’re most likely to hear a Southern twang in Tallahassee, Florida, but the accent here is clearly different to others down south. Sure, they say ‘y’all’, but not quite right. 

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36th. Ozark

Spoken in the Ozark Mountain region of northwestern Arkansas and southeastern Missouri, the vowels are shifted all over the place. Calm becomes ‘cam’ and share becomes ‘sheer’. And yes, Ferners (anyone not from the Ozarks) might have trouble understanding it.

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35th. “Hoi Toider”

High Tider, or Hoi Toider, is the accent spoken by a small amount of people on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. It’s an unusual brogue that sounds a bit Australian,a bit Irish and also a bit British.

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34th. San Francisco

You might not hear it so often what with the multicultural mix of folk now living in SF, but the classic San Francisco accent is super fast with words running into each other. “Whereja-go?”

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33rd. Hudson Valley

Hudson Valley English still holds some traces of Dutch in the rural areas, with a touch of New York City’s short vowels. It’s basically New England English-meets-General American and New York State.

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32nd. General American

This standard American accent is what you’re most likely to hear on the radio or TV, where it’s near impossible to tell where the newscasters are from.  It’s slightly boring, but nicely inoffensive to the ears. Listen to Stephen Colbert on The Late Show to hear a prime example.

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31st. Atlanta

A true Atlanta accent is musical, with dropped ‘r’s. Can’t quite picture it? Opportunity sounds like ‘opp-ah-tunity’ and whatever is spoken like ‘what-eh-vah’.

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30th. New Mexican

This lovely type of Spanglish has unique expressions that you won’t hear outside of New Mexico, such as ‘The Fe’ for Santa Fe and a liberal use of ‘Eeeeeeee’ in the middle of sentences.

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29th. Milwaukee

If you want to know how to speak perfect Milwaukee-ese, pronounce ‘bag’ as ‘baig’, add an ‘aina’ on to the end of a question – like saying ‘ain’t it?’, which comes from the states Germanic influences. And don’t forget to say the city like ‘M’waukee’.

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28th. Western

Generally spoken by locals in Nevada, Arizona, Utah, and Wyoming, the typical Western accent is distinguished by the cot-caught merger, where both vowel words sound the same. Hella sexy? Kinda.

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27th. Charleston

Typical of older Southern U.S. English, the Charleston accent is lyrical and low, but is likely dying out in younger generations. Old Charleston charmers will say “hoose” instead of house and “stey-it” for state.

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26th. Kentucky

Kentucky accents vary all over the state, but it’s a southern beaut – y’all living here apparently have a smooth drawl and long vowels that sounds like a mix of Midwestern and Southern tones.


25th. New Orleans

New Orleans English, or “Yat” (this name comes from the phrase “Where are you at?” which is shortened in NOLA to “Where y’at?”), is not to be confused with Cajun, which our readers considered way sexier. Yats say ‘doze’ for those and drop the ‘r’s.

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24th. Oklahoma

The Okie dialect is a blend of Midlands/Ozark and Deep South. Not sure if you have it? If you’ve ever used the expressions “might could” or “fixing to”, you’re from Oklahoma through and through.

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23rd. Cleveland

Clevelanders might say they don’t have an accent, but oh-boy they really do. They speak with hard, nasally a’s or and short o’s that sound more like an ‘a’.

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22nd. Connecticut

In between New York City and Boston, the Connecticut accent has been influenced by both yet is much, much subtler. There’s a lot of ‘o’s that sound like ‘u’s, and the ‘t’ is often dropped completely in words.

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21st. Kansas

You can forget about the myth that says people from Kansas don’t have an accent. Kansas City is in the Midland speech area, while a new accent has emerged in the town of Liberal, where people now speak with a Latin American Spanish tone – even if they’re native English speakers.

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20th. Tennesseean

If you call a window a ‘winder’ and your hometown your ‘stompin’ grounds’, congratulations! You have a sexy Tennessee accent. Words like goose become shorter, sounding more like ‘gus’.

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19th. Virginia Piedmont

Do the words “four dogs” become “fo-uh dah-awgs” when you speak? Do you say “ote” for “out” or “abote” for “about”? If yes, then we’re happy say you have an officially semi-sexy Virginian accent.

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18th. Baltimorese

Similar to Philly speak (but according to our survey, not as sexy), Baltimore residents will commonly pronounce mirror as “mere” and water as “wooder”. The key feature of the Baltimore accent is identified by a sound change called “fronting back vowels”, where words like goose sound more like “gewse”.

17th. Alabama

The Alabama accent is strongly rhotic, with extra ‘r’s added to words that don’t need them – like “warsh” instead of wash. A slow drawl, plenty of “y’all’s and dropping the ‘ng’ at the end of words.

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16th. Midwestern

The 12 states that make up the Midwest have some of their own unique accents, but generally speaking the Midwestern accent in say, Iowa and Nebraska, is subtle and sweet. The words Marymarry, and merry all rhyme with each other.

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15th. Cajun

New Orleans’ Cajun English is most strongly influenced by Cajun French, and is experiencing a revival as younger people want to celebrate their heritage. A ‘th’ sounds like a ‘d’, and you’ll hear lots of slang French loanwords. “Allons” = “Let’s go!”

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14th. Yooper

‘Yoopernese’ is the dialect you’ll hear in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The accent is heavily influenced by the area’s Scandinavian immigrants, so they say ‘yah’ instead of yeah, “d” for “th” (“dere” for there, “dat” for “that”) and ‘eh’ at the end of most sentences.

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13th. Miami

A relatively new young accent, the Miami accent has the same sexy rhythm as Spanish with Cuban loanwords thrown in for good measure. The word “salmon” in Miami is pronounced with the L: “sall-mon.” Long may it last.

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12th. Chicano

The dialect of many Mexican Americans from Texas to California, Chicano is so much more than “just a Spanish accent.” Most common in East L.A, Chicano English uses Spanish words mixed into English sentences and the same sexy lilt.

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11th. Northwestern

The hard-to-pin-down Northwestern accent is found in Oregon and Washington has features of the Canadian/California Vowel Shift. The letter “e” in words like egg sounds more like ‘ay’, so don’t be confused if you hear someone ordering avo and “ayggs” for their breakfast.

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10th. Californian

The typical Californian accents sounds similar to General American, meaning to American ears it isn’t an accent at all. But we’re here to tell you that it is. Vowels are super long, so yep, dude really does become ‘duuuuuude’. But it sounds hella sexay.

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9th. St. Louis

St. Louis, Missouri has some unique features of its own that make it different than the rest of the Midlands. Native speakers swap the ”ar” sound for “or” (as in “farty” for “forty” and “carn” for “corn”), so get ready to make the joke ‘I Farty-Far’ a lot.

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8th. Philadelphia

One of the world’s most unique dialects is in the Delaware Valley – the infamous Philly talk. The words “fight” and “bike” sound more like “foit” and “boik,” while “very” becomes “vurry”. It’s a thick accent, but hey, if it’s good enough for Will Smith…

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Will Smith arrives at the U.S. premiere of “Bright” at the Regency Village Theatre on Wednesday, Dec. 13, 2017, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)

7th. Hawaiian

Hawaiian is a Polynesian language, so it’s slow vowels and elongated words that together sound so relaxing you’ll never want to stop listening. America’s only official bilingual state, native speakers mix Pidgin and English, so the “r”s are generally dropped.

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6th. Mississippi

A classic ‘Deep South’ accent, when Mississippians say “e”, they make it sound more like “uhay”. Watch The Help starring Emma Stone and Octavia Spencer for the perfect example.

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5th. Chicago

Where to begin? Some hate it, but turns out a LOT love it. Words like “but” and “cut” sound a bit more like “bought” and “caught”, and you’re not “looking at a picture”, you’re “lookin’ atta pitcher.”

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4th. Mainer

The Maine accent is surprisingly popular, ayuh! If you’re a real “Mainah”, you’ll drop your ‘r’s, go to “yoger” class instead of yoga and add in wicked to make every adjective extra powerful.

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3rd. New York

The New York accent is probably one of the most recognisable dialects in all of America, thanks to many a famous movie. NYC speakers have loooong vowels and short ‘a’s. Fast and hypernasal, yet quite charming at times.

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2nd. Bostonian

One of America’s most imitated and parodied accents, Boston almost comes out on top of the country’s sexiest accents. And yes, just like Mahhhhk Wahlberg, locals really do say “pahk yuh cahr in hahvuhd yahd”.

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1st. Texan

Who can resist a slow, Texan drawl? Not us, and not our community, clearly. The typical Texan accent is a “Southern accent with a twist”, with strong ‘r’s and plenty of ‘Howdy’s’.  America’s sexiest accent? We’d have to agree.

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Nope
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Nope

This is the dumbest survey I’ve read in a while. Bostonians always love a good dick swinging contest.

Mia
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Mia

Hahahahahhaha. Awesome post!

The Man
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The Man

That’s where you mom met your dad!

DMW
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DMW

Yeah, this is completely wrong and idiotic. Sorry, but in Colorado we say our t’s, we don’t sound like idiots or rednecks, a mountain is a mountain, where the hell did you get mou’in from? In my 38 years I’veonly ever heard southerners call them mounins, never anyone here. Texas as the sexiest accent my ass, they sound like they just rolled their truck after having too much to drink, no matter what time of day it is.

MarkinTex
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MarkinTex

Bitter, much?

Itsgonnabeokay
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Itsgonnabeokay

Someone needs a hug. Thanks for the chuckle.

V Lyons
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V Lyons

F—k you!! Not jealous much r you.

Lisa Healy
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Lisa Healy

Who actually made this survey? where did the people who took the survey come from?

Danielle
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Danielle

following.

MarkinTex
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MarkinTex

There isn’t one Texan accent, there are several, from the nasally Piney Woods East Texas twang (think Ross Perot), to a slow smooth Hill Country Central Texas draw, to the Spanish infused Valley accent (Rio Grande Valley, that is).

Oh, and please stop saying “hella.” That is so played out and unsexy in any state.

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D.
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D.

“Hella” is NOT Californian.

That is ONLY from Northern California. Socal just started saying that recently, because the lakers suck hahaha. The rest of the nation is saying it now…they weren’t 10 years ago (thanks South Park.)

You wanna hear when “hella” said in music as proof? Listen to Cameron Paul’s “Ride Inside.”

JT PDX Guy
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JT PDX Guy

Nobody, and I mean nobody in the PNW says egg like aygg. What you’ll hear here is eh-gg. I have heard people in Washington pronounce it Wershington – albeit from mainly seniors.

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Nicole
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Nicole

You can’t park your car in Harvard Yard, there is a wall around it and they will never let you through the gate. Locals know that.

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Bill
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Bill

There is definite difference between a Washington accent and an Oregon accent.

RM King
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RM King

As if Texas only had one accent. Abilene vs. Longview vs. McAllen are virtually three different languages, let alone accents. But, thanks y’all for the award.

Dave
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Dave

Your description of 15 couldn’t be more wrong. New Orleans is not cajun.

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Morris Ardoin
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The phrase “New Orleans’ Cajun English” (No. 15 on the list) is misleading and perpetuates confusion about Louisiana’s distinct cultures. I’m a Cajun – from Cajun Louisiana (which does not geographically or culturally include New Orleans at all – even though the city has absorbed many Cajuns over the decades). New Orleanians are most commonly of American, French, or Creole descent. Cajuns are of Canadian descent. It’s an important distinction. This happens with descriptions about our food as well. Creole and Cajun are not the same. It’s like saying Japanese and Chinese are the same. Both Asian, yes, but not… Read more »

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Ted webb

NOO YAWK MAY BE LAST, BUT THE GOOD NEWS IS THAT IT CAN BE CURED. I WORKED IN NEW YORK RADIO, (WLIR-FM), WITH DON K. REED, FROM THE OLD GARDEN CITY HOTEL. WE TAUGHT OURSELVES “STANDARD AMERICAN ENGLISH” PRETTY QUICKLY TO KEEP OUR JOBS. NEW IS NOT NOO. PRONOUNCE IT AS NIEW. SEE? THAT WAS YOUR FIRST LESSON.

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Yulanda Y Watts
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Yulanda Y Watts

Nope, Nope and Nope. New Orleans accent and Cajun are two distinctly different things.

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Edward Reilly
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Edward Reilly

Boston accent is the worst and I travel for work no one thinks Boston accent is sexy people make fun of it most common description I hear people say about Boston accent is it makes them sound mentally handicapt so there are a few on your list that I don’t agree with but the Boston rank and comment makes your list absurd

Mo
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Mo

I would rather listen to a room of screaming 2 & 3 year olds than anyone with a midwest accent. Cannot stand the way they pronounce their vowels with a “SUper dooper!!!” fake happy, high pitched voice. Where does that come from and why? Just curious .
Of course, i’m originally from the land of “fuck youz” loudmouth alphas, regional pride and intensity.

Mo
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Mo

You speak the truth.
Troof.

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KarenW
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Pretty much going along with what a lot of other people wrote. There’s not one Texas or New York, etc., accent. A Brooklyn accent is different from a Queens or Long Island accent. Ridiculous article.

Michelle
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Michelle

As a Massachusetts native, I am here to set the record straight: *Nobody* says “pahk the cah in Hahvid Yahd.”

Bonus tip: Words that end with -ord, -ard, or -ed (Concord, Harvard, wicked) will often sound like they end with -id (Cohnkid, Hahvid, wikkid). As in, “That guy from Cohnkid got into Hahvid ’cause he’s wikkid smaht.”

Fake Colin Jost
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I’m thinking a bunch of hearing impaired people were the ones surveyed. It’s the only reasonable explanation for Boston to be ranked in the Top-3. This survey was sponsored by Saturday Night Live.

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Pasquale Goglia
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I didn’t finish. You don’t leave Texas (Austin) without saying “how ya’ll doin” for a long time. I was there 20 years ago and still ask others how ya’ll doin

Pasquale Goglia
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That could be “y’all” but it is addicting. You walk into anywhere in Texas (Austin) and that will be the first thing you hear.

Sara
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Sorry, but there is NO Yankee accent that is sexy one bit. Y’all got that one way wrong. Bless your heart.

Terry Hauck
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There are a few accents in New Orleans. The Yat’s are mostly from across the river, Gretna and Chalmette. A true New Orleans accent is similar to the Bronx accent. Rumor has it the New Orleans kids were so bad the church brought in Bronx Nuns to kick butt. The accent rubbed off. Maybe. The difference is the R’s. Northeast R’s are more like A’s, New Orleans R’s are more like W’s. A great place to hear many accents is in the Military. Take care.

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Grace
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Grace

Fargo is in North Dakota, but I understand geography is tough.

Robert Marshall
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Robert Marshall

Since they used italics for Fargo, they were referring to the title of the cult classic film from the Coen Brothers, not the state.

Still, the copy editor should have caught how that would be confusing when you’re talking about geographic locations.

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Ray
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I work as a certified interpreter and hear a lot of accents and I have to vouch for Boston (Ray Donovan!) and am way too liberal to get down with the “Don’t Mess With Texas Teachers Carry Guns” accent.

Mackensie duplantis
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Mackensie duplantis

My accent isn’t even on here lol. New Orleans and Cajun aren’t the only accents in Louisiana. I’m not sure what you’d call my accent, I live south of New Orleans, but Baton Rouge probably has a separate accent, and same with places further north, just thought I’d point that out.

Mia
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Mia

I live in Charlotte and NC has soooo many accents. I was raised in a rural county between Winston-Salem and Charlotte. I lost some of it while in Philly for ten years. But it naturally returned when I returned to the Old North State. The closers you get to the Appalachian foothills and mountains you start to notice the vowel I used sharply. Think Ice, Bike, and rice. They are said quickly and as one syllable. And yes its taters, hollers, and most kids call their fathers “Daddy” prounced more like “Diddy”. And tire sounds more like “tar”. In the… Read more »

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Theinformer
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Theinformer

This is a bad survey. Southern accents are very nasty and stupid sounding. The End.