Sexiest accents that drives women wild -“Ciao, bella.”
Try to tell us that even you didn’t just get a little excited, there?
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Even people who don’t particularly like foreign accents do dislike the mundane. Hearing an accent is not so much about the sexiness of the actual sounds as much as the titillation of foreign mystery. Foreigners have different standards of social interaction than we do. “How will that person treat me?” you may wonder, hearing one. “Will they be more flirtatious? More sexually aggressive? Wittier?” When you hear an accent, there’s the promise of experiencing foreign culture in the way you will handled by the speaker.
For example, the British (“Posh”) accent suggests style and sophistication. (Obviously, the cockney accent does not.) When you hear one, you have the chance to travel back to the Victorian Era, where sex was verboten and flirting was buried in breathless prose. It takes you away from the convivial hook up culture of North America that you may feel like you never asked to participate in, but that’s part of your everyday. Hence: accents take you away.
Having framed accents within a (metaphysical…) time-and-space-travel paradigm, let’s go on a little journey through 10 accents that turn her on. And more importantly: why.
This one I believe is fairly obvious. Everyone has heard a girl say: “Oh, he’s so dreamy. Listen to that British accent!” I think the reason they like it is twofold: 1) Clive Owen (and Kate Beckinsale) 2) they understand it. Although the rhythm/ melody of foreign music is often wonderful, it becomes much more enjoyable when you actually understand it. I’m sure there are plenty of kpop songs as catchy as Gagnam Style, but the fact that the lyrics were partially in English made it penetrable to audiences the world over, turning it into an international phenomenon. Long story short: girls love themselves some British accents. Just don’t pull a Madonna…
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