Er the Brummie accent and the Black country accent are nothing alike, unless of course your deaf, or take it in the ear too often.sussex2 said:Oh! Do you mean the Royal family, good series that despite the Brummie accents..all of them on the dole and never done a days work in their lives?UncleAlbert said:Sussex what you are talking here is Treasonâ€¦Please remember..What you put in writing, no matter where, is subject to the laws of the land - simples! It is also a permanent record of what you have said etc.
The internet is not an exception to those laws. It and mobile phones are probably the most highly monitored method of communication there is.
Beats me rigid that some members of this forum seem to think that the royals are fair game, but wouldn't dare type what they do about other racial or social minorities.
They`re here and they ain't going away - simples! If you don't like it then tough, they don't give a damn anyway and do not seek your, or anyone elses approval, nor do they need it.
'Aw cum from Dudlay and yawm makin a monkay outa may' - You have to be there really :roll:
Which family were you thinking about that people may dislike so much?
ps Stating dislike of a knackered old principle is not treason, more common sense.
pps You are exactly right - They don't give a damn, about anyone but themselves :twisted:
I have started to develop a Brummie accent by working in the joint, but I do not fully understand a "Yam yam" as they even use a vocabulary known only to themselves.
Dudley is in the Black country, one of the things that might give this away is the fact that the "Black country" museum is next door to Dudley castle. :?