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Polpette in salsa di pomodora.......

hmmmm...e cosi sensuale

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Topaz53  Female  Northamptonshire
30-Dec-2019 17:11 Message #4766874
(This post is gender inclusive)

Is there any particular accent that sends you hot under the collar...weak at the knees or ....
explode with sexual desire ?

I guess it has to be Italian for me.
Yes I know the men can be personally very vain, but I don't care if they only read out a menu to me....I'm gone!!!

In a new relationship, I love to write or speak in Italian or French, I find it extremely sensual, sexy and a big turn on.

So any accent you love to hear ??
Female
wonderoushen  Female  Gwynedd
30-Dec-2019 18:11 Message #4766889
Not accents particularly, but certain voices I can listen too a lot, not that any of them get me hot under the collar.
Female
leogirl  Female  Essex
30-Dec-2019 18:44 Message #4766892
Don`t start me off Topaz, still long for that cultivated north American accent .
leogirl.
Female
Topaz53  Female  Northamptonshire
30-Dec-2019 18:49 Message #4766894
I knew I'd draw someone out !!

It's always the quiet ones, leogirl
Lol ;)
Male
RobM  Male  Essex
30-Dec-2019 19:20 Message #4766896
Norwegian, Oslo 1996. Sigh...
Female
Minnie-the-Minx  Female  Hertfordshire
30-Dec-2019 19:56 Message #4766902
ooo, let me see! Geordie, Irish, posh Edinburgh, Spanish, Posh New England.
Though, it's more the voice than the accent. Anthony Hopkins, Richard Burton, Sean Connery; all lovely voices.
A squeaky yam yam voice doesn't do it for me.
Male
tumbled  Male  Gloucestershire
30-Dec-2019 20:15 Message #4766903
Wilma Flintstone....
Female
NoSaint  Female  Devon
30-Dec-2019 21:46 Message #4766909
French and Italian accents do something to me.
Male
persona_non_grata  Male  North London
30-Dec-2019 22:23 Message #4766912
Eviviva la signora in una cabina telefonica che indossa un basco. Lol.
Female
NoSaint  Female  Devon
31-Dec-2019 07:41 Message #4766919
qué .......... lol.
Female
Topaz53  Female  Northamptonshire
31-Dec-2019 13:05 Message #4766949
Persona.

Hai una vivida immaginazione....
Ma e divertente comunque ;)
Male
tumbled  Male  Gloucestershire
31-Dec-2019 13:23 Message #4766952
I'm glad I was born in England......as I only speak English....That's a bit of luck....I'm not good at Foreign....
Female
Topaz53  Female  Northamptonshire
31-Dec-2019 14:20 Message #4766955
I also do BSL ....but you don't "speak" that. Even my 2 year old greatgrandaughter is taught to sign at nursery....you just never know when you might need it !

She always drives her mum mad by constantly signing "sorry"
I teach her a new sign every time I see her.
My mum taught me the alphabet when I was a child and I taught my children.

Learnt to sign about 12 years ago when I thought I might end up in a wheelchair. I wanted to still have useful employment as an interpreter..
Luckily it never came to that !
Male
persona_non_grata  Male  North London
31-Dec-2019 16:13 Message #4766959
Topaz. My very active imagination is the only part of me which is still 100% fully functional lol.

I was friendly with a lady who’s young daughter was deaf and I did learn a few of the obvious things but I knew I wasn’t very good because the little girl used to roll about laughing at some of my attempts.

Female
Topaz53  Female  Northamptonshire
31-Dec-2019 16:42 Message #4766963
Same as me the Persona ;)
Female
Victoriana11  Female  Buckinghamshire
31-Dec-2019 18:00 Message #4766978
I do like to hear the Queens English , especially spoken by a man.... reminds me of my youth....lol
Male
HonestBob  Male  the Central region
31-Dec-2019 18:03 Message #4766979
I like a lot of accents.... I think the accents from Asia and the deep south in USA are particularly attractive to me. I also love a Irish accent, certain accents from across the different regions of Scotland are appealing. Some Welsh accents hit the spot too. How can I forget the ladies from Central and South America! The Latina Lovelies!!!

I really don't find a ghetto accent nice on a woman, be it a ghetto London accent or one from one of the ghettos in USA.

Topaz....

I really did plan on doing a thread on voices, I was going to write it out today or tomorrow, but you beat me to it lol. Still might do it although it may be very similar to this, but with a Bobster take on it, hope you don't mind!
Female
Cassis  Female  Cambridgeshire
31-Dec-2019 18:23 Message #4766985
Southern Irish; Welsh; and most of all French in a rich dark brown voice....oh yes:)
Female
wonderoushen  Female  Gwynedd
31-Dec-2019 18:25 Message #4766986
Do you mean like Raymond Blanc? I love Idris Elba's voice.
Male
Nigel_In_Devon  Male  Devon
31-Dec-2019 19:17 Message #4766992
Topaz..."Even my 2 year old greatgrandaughter is taught to sign at nursery"

Often the signing at Nursery / Early Years will be Makaton as opposed to BSL though there is some overlap between the two.
Female
Topaz53  Female  Northamptonshire
31-Dec-2019 20:26 Message #4766995
Hi Nigel,

Yes there is a slight overlap although Makaton is designed for people with learning or communication difficulties.. they will also use visual aids.

BSL has its own structure which uses body language, facial expressions, lip patterns etc.

Children, as you know are like a sponge , young children can pick up basic BSL very quickly . Songs are a great way to learn.
You will learn quicker if it's fun.!
My tutor was totally deaf, but had a great sense of humour. :)))
Female
Topaz53  Female  Northamptonshire
31-Dec-2019 20:29 Message #4766996
Bob,

Look forward to your post
Don't mind at all :)
Female
NoSaint  Female  Devon
2-Jan-2020 22:50 Message #4767201
I sat and chatted to the Italian barista in a local coffee shop today and he had the most wonderful voice. Much too young for me though.


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