May 6, at 1: There was a time when Southern American accents all sounded about the same to me, but now I live in a place where we get Southern visitors from a few different areas. But I can pick out a Kentuckian a mile away. Becky May 7, at 2:
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MERGE already exists as an alternate of this question. Would you like to make it the primary and merge this question into it? MERGE exists and is an alternate of. Only every now and then. Our main influence is actually America. We mostly live in the city.
There are two main stereotypes of us aussies. The Outback Aussie farmer 2. The Beachie surfie, etc.
The Outback Aussies stereotype of checkered shirts and jeans on a farm with dry desert outback and kangaroos all around only applies to either farmers or people who live inland. However, most of us live on the coast in the main cities.
Sydney and Brisie [Brisbane] People also live in Canberra a lot but gets really cold there. But most commonly aussies are beachies.
If you haven't already noticed, we also put 'ie' on the end of heaps of words. Most of us know how to surf. Girls are known for wearing bikinis with mini denim shorts at the beach and guys just wearing boardies.
Again with the 'ie'. We call them prawns NOT shrimps. Not many people BBQ prawns. But yes, some people call it a Barbie.
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