I really love chick flicks so I loved PS I Love You.
I'm going to stop now.
Listen to Henry Cavill. That accent...that voice...nom.
I'll agree that a hard Southern "redneck" accent can be pretty unattractive, especially if you're not accustomed to it.
However, the genteel, Southern drawl (when not overdone) can be quite .
As for hot or not,
Scottish, Dutch, Scandinavian, German, Russian - when I hear those, I become Jamie Lee Curtis in A Fish Called Wanda
Spanish, French, Japanese, Chinese, SE Asian, and Italian accents do nothing for me, no matter how hot the guy/girl might be.
No love for Canadian accents?
And Southern US - Ooh I like. And I like South African accents. There's something seriously rugged about them.
And there seems to be this idea that redneck/trailer trash/cocky accents aren't hot. Yes they are.
Harry Connick Jr.
Use Yah Blinkah!
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I find that any UK/Australian/South African accent can take a mildly attractive man and turn him into a SEX GOD.
I worked with a man from Montreal who had a accent. He was also very attractive before he ever opened his mouth, so the accent didn't really make a difference.
Irish accents very much depends for me - northern irish soooooo not, southern Irish yeeeeeeees!
You need to get a belt
French and Italian accents are hot. I can't watch Top Chef without feeling frisky. German accents....not so much.
We listed Newfie and hoser as being non-hot accents, but actually got into a discussion about that. Newfie & hoser accents make a guy seem less cute physically, but since so many Newfies and hosers are hilarous comedians, and being funny increases a guy's overall attractiveness ...
French-Canadian accents can be hot when they're speaking English; but when they're speaking Quebecois French it's decidedly non-hot. Quebecois French is very gutteral sounding compared to French-French, not appealing at all IMO.
Last edited by Artemis@BC; 01-26-2011 at 09:33 PM.