Accent Vlog Link-Up

Hello and happy Friday, friends! Today is an exciting day because I’m co-hosting my first ever link-up with Allie, Faith and Juliette. I hope you all recorded your accent videos to join the fun, so let’s jump right in!

 

 

The Wife in Training

 

Now it’s your turn – add your vlog link below to join the partay!

—The Wife in Training

P.S. – It has come to my attention that the cool kids’ Linky tool that allows you to in fact add your link, like I just suggested you do a few lines ago, does not agree with my high-maintenance WordPress blog. I am so sorry. Please click over to Allie’s site, Faith’s site or Juliette’s site to join the fun. I’ll try to get my act together next time.

30 Comments

  • Reply August 1, 2014

    Allie

    Okay. I’ll admit it. I think you are the least accent-ed (totally not a word but we’ll go with it) of the three of us. After Faith explained in her video that she calls it a shopping cart in Vancouver and a buggy in Halifax, I think it’s an East coast thing, but then again, most people here call it a cart. I have no idea where I got it from. Also. Teach me your gorgeous hair ways. The end.

    • Reply August 2, 2014

      admin

      I still can’t get over your accent. I may or may not be in love with it, in the least creepy way possible. OH and maybe next time I vlog (if that ever happens) I could do a hair tutorial!

  • Reply August 1, 2014

    Melissa Camacho

    You are SO CUTE! “coke, it’s coke” 100% agree. And I love you did the whole thing with your wine. And “I’m not one of ‘those’ texans!” I’m dying, you’re hilarious!

    • Reply August 2, 2014

      admin

      Thanks Melissa! Of course I did the whole thing with my wine. How else would one vlog? ;)

  • Reply August 1, 2014

    Juliette

    “Faith is definitely wrong because she says aboot and poutine.”

    “It’s called a Coke and if it’s Pepsi I don’t want it.”

    This just reconfirmed how badly I want to hang out with you.

    • Reply August 2, 2014

      admin

      I love you too.

  • Reply August 1, 2014

    AJ

    You totally just blew my mind. I thought that EVERYONE from Texas had a really strong Southern accent, and now my entire vision of Texas is *shattered*.

    • Reply August 2, 2014

      admin

      Hahaha. I definitely know some people with strong accents, I just have never been one of them.

  • Reply August 1, 2014

    Helene

    haha this is so fun! i like your last name. and i don’t think you have an accent and wooo TEXAS! we need to meet up!

    • Reply August 2, 2014

      admin

      Thank you, I didn’t think I had one either! And yes, I’d love to meet up sometime.

  • Reply August 1, 2014

    Faith

    I DO NOT SAY ABOOT

    Also, you pronounce words funny. I don’t think you have an accent, but you definitely say some words differently. I still love you.
    Come eat poutine and drink diet coke with me – it would make me the happiest beaver in all of Canada.
    Okay, that was a lot dirtier than I wanted it to be.

    • Reply August 2, 2014

      admin

      “Happiest beaver…” #sexual. Sorey not sorey.

  • Reply August 1, 2014

    Brianna

    This video is hilarrrrrious….and you are a piss!!! :)

    Brianna

    • Reply August 2, 2014

      admin

      Haha thanks? I’m not sure what a piss is but I choose to believe it means funny and ridiculously at ease in front of a camera.

  • Reply August 1, 2014

    Allie

    You don’t have an accent, period.

    • Reply August 2, 2014

      admin

      Thank you, I agree.

  • Reply August 1, 2014

    Faith

    OMG .. I was dying! The coke comment was the best! I’m right there with you sister! NO pepsi for me! “I’m not one of THOSE texans” that was hilarious!

    • Reply August 2, 2014

      admin

      Haha glad you enjoyed it. And no way Jose, no Pepsi for us.

  • Fun idea, I didn’t link up, but as someone from the South who now lives in Boston I get a lot of laughs when I talk haha

    • Reply August 2, 2014

      admin

      Oh man I can only imagine!

  • Reply August 1, 2014

    Amanda P

    I don’t think you have an accent either. It’s funny you say you’re not one of “those” Texans. I’m married to a Texan who is also not one of “those” Texans. When I first heard him speak I wasn’t sure if he was pulling my leg because I had always thought Texans did. He is adamant about that beverage being Coke also and makes fun of me for calling it ‘pop’. Since living in Florida I also sometimes call it soda. I refuse to call it Coke unless it is actually a Coke product. If you were around me it would be good that you don’t want it if it’s Pepsi because if you ask me for “Coke” I’m handing you Coca-Cola. Fortunately for my husband, that’s the soda we usually have around anyhow. Now I wonder who calls ‘tennis shoes’ something else. I think it’s a little silly that we do because how many people really wear them to play tennis. I like the name ‘firefly’ but I grew up calling them lightning bugs. I’m from Ohio, and I don’t think I really have an “accent” either although I’m sure there’s probably someone out there who’ll say I do.

    • Reply August 2, 2014

      admin

      I’m so glad we’re on the same page about Coca-Cola – we can officially be friends. :) And cool you’re from Ohio? I’ve never been there. I bet you have an accent, maybe just a little bit. ;)

  • So, I laughed pretty hard through most of this. Except for when you said, “And if it’s a Pepsi, I don’t want it,” and I was like YES EXACTLY PEPSI SUCKS THAT’S WHAT I’VE BEEN TRYING TO SAY.

    Also I had no idea you were a Fort Worth girl so now I feel like we are friends simply because of our close proximity. Which totally isn’t creepy.

    • Reply August 5, 2014

      admin

      Oh, hey there Natalie, so I just saw this comment and then naturally started stalking your blog and I’ve decided that we should be best friends. Want to go to happy hour soon and begin our beautiful friendship?

  • Reply August 2, 2014

    Valery

    Ugh you’re SO RIGHT about caramel and pecan. Everyone else needs to shut it.

    ps I forgot to record mine but my answers are basically the same as yours so just imagine my face on your face.

  • Reply August 4, 2014

    Kayla

    I definitely was expecting a strong Texas accent. My aunt has lived in Texas for the last 30 years (originally from Canada) and she has the thickest Texas accent so I just assumed everyone who was born there would have one too!

  • Reply August 8, 2014

    Amber

    This was hilarious and I loved your video! (not hilarious in a bad way!) Favorite part: “I’m not one of those Texans.” Brilliant!

  • Reply August 8, 2014

    Steph G

    I love hearing people’s different accents, but I would agree with you that you don’t have a very strong accent (just a little one.)

  • Reply August 9, 2014

    Faith & Love

    Being from the south I agree with Allie that it’s a buggy. And I’m all for coke. Pepsi just makes my skin crawl. And I say Pecan like Pee-can. LOL But that’s b/c I’m from the Deep South and I’m pretty sure ya’ll would think I have an accent.

  • Reply August 9, 2014

    Faith & Love

    And it’s lightning bugs not fire flies. LOL

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