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14th Apr '18 10:08:24 PM nombretomado
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* In the English language translations of the ''{{Hellsing}}'' manga, Father Anderson speaks with an immensely thick brogue, or at least an attempt at one.

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* In the English language translations of the ''{{Hellsing}}'' ''{{Manga/Hellsing}}'' manga, Father Anderson speaks with an immensely thick brogue, or at least an attempt at one.
8th Apr '18 12:10:31 PM jamespolk
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* ''Film/{{Piccadilly}}'': More plot-relevant than most in this silent film, as Jim's line "it’ll bring no luck to ‘im as finds it" reveals that Jim, who is ethnically Chinese, is not an immigrant but a native-born Londoner.
29th Mar '18 6:58:30 AM kawaiineko333
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* For ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfHeroesTrailsOfColdSteel'', one student at Thors Military Academy, Becky, has her dialogue written down like this to show off a Scottish accent.
26th Mar '18 8:44:00 PM nombretomado
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* One player on the Champions Online presents all his posts in capital letters and phonetic spelling in the manner of, say, the IncredibleHulk as said poster is more or less always acting in character (or presenting said persona). It manages to be both a good example of why it's the trope can be good and bad. It's good because it is certainly very character forming. It's bad because otherwise intelligent and sensible points can be lost when it takes 15 minutes to translate a short paragraph.

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* One player on the Champions Online presents all his posts in capital letters and phonetic spelling in the manner of, say, the IncredibleHulk ComicBook/IncredibleHulk as said poster is more or less always acting in character (or presenting said persona). It manages to be both a good example of why it's the trope can be good and bad. It's good because it is certainly very character forming. It's bad because otherwise intelligent and sensible points can be lost when it takes 15 minutes to translate a short paragraph.
16th Mar '18 4:01:50 PM nombretomado
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* Some tropes on ThisVeryWiki are this, such as VampireVords and TheAhnold.

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* Some tropes on ThisVeryWiki Wiki/ThisVeryWiki are this, such as VampireVords and TheAhnold.
15th Mar '18 10:14:13 PM PaulA
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* In ''VideoGame/TheDarksideDetective'', members of the Plinkman family have an OopNorth accent, rendered phonetically. Likewise, the Irish accent of the spectral OfficerOHara character Officer Ghouley.
10th Mar '18 12:55:27 AM morane
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* The name of [[https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:B-24_Jamaica_Nose_Art.jpg this]] B-24H Liberator. The innocent-looking name "Jamaica" is actually the phonetic rendering of "D'ya Make 'Er?" with strong sexual innuendo.
1st Mar '18 4:02:35 AM BatteryPoweredAmp
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--->"This is Pewl McCartley spikking. We must evarcuate immidzatly this rheum!"

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--->"This is Pewl McCartley [=McCartley=] spikking. We must evarcuate immidzatly this rheum!"
1st Mar '18 3:43:37 AM BatteryPoweredAmp
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* Paul Quarrington's novel ''Literature/WhaleMusic'' has several characters' accents written phonetically:
** Saxophonist Mooky Saunders speaks in a thick African-American Vernacular accent:
--->"Shee-yut, when you gonna fawk that woman, Desmond?"
** The guru Babboo Nass Fazoo speaks in a near-incomprehensible Indian accent, with a smattering of YouNoTakeCandle:
--->"I am gnawing where iss dis garl." (I know where this girl is).
--->"Life is a powl of zoob." (Life is a bowl of soup).
** Music/PaulMcCartney's thick Scouse accent is taken to UpToEleven:
--->"This is Pewl McCartley spikking. We must evarcuate immidzatly this rheum!"
7th Feb '18 2:53:53 PM Randomwaffle23
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[[Wiki/{{Wikipedia}} The Other Wiki]] refers to Funetik Aksents as [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pronunciation_respelling#Literary_dialect "literary dialects"]].
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