For me it has to be the English accent,I myself have an American accent and I DESPISE it.The American accent in my opinion is extremely boring,The English one just sounds powerful and is sometimes even sexy.
What about you?
Wot the fok did ye just say 2 me m8? i dropped out of newcastle primary skool im the sickest bloke ull ever meet & ive nicked ova 300 chocolate globbernaughts frum tha corner shop. im trained in street fitin' & im the strongest foker in tha entire newcastle gym. yer nothin to me but a cheeky lil bellend w/ a fit mum & fakebling. im callin me homeboys rite now preparin for a proper scrap. if ye had seen this bloody fokin mess commin ye might a' kept ya gabber from runnin. but it seems yea stupid lil diggle, innit? ima shite fury & ull drown in it m8. ur ina proper mess knob.
I think my accent is a bit wierd, I still have a bit of a south London accent, but I've been living up north for half my life and somehow it's made me sound a bit posh at times, other times it's just an annoying drone (much like this comment XD).
But as to which accent is better I'd say the English cockney accent is best.
I have a standard American accent with a hint of southern inflection. While I don't have much of an accent, I do extend my vowels and talk slower than people who were raised on the coasts, for example.
My favorite British accent is that very clear, Received Pronunciation that no one - not even newsreaders on the BBC - tends to use anymore. In second place is Cornish. I had a professor who grew up in Cornwall, and I could just sit and listen to him talk all day long. It made Architecture for Non-majors much more tolerable.
American accent .. and you're born and rasied where?
Depends what English accent you're after, I myself have a Scouse accent. So many different kinds of English accent.
Excuse the cunt in the video but here's the accent..
"Every man's heart one day beats its final beat, his lungs breath their final breath. And if what that man did in his life, makes the blood pulse through the body of others, and makes them believe deeper in something larger than life, then his essence, his spirit, will be immortalised by the storytellers, by the loyalty, by the memory, of those who honour him and make whatever the man did live forever."