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12th Sep '16 12:45:36 AM TheDarkFather
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*WebAnimation/ADayWithBowserJr: When posing as Kylie to trick Bowser Jr through videochat, Fawful's weird speech patterns and accent can still be heard.
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25th Jul '16 2:04:56 PM ZombieAladdin
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** Canadian voice actors performing for shows and movies intended for viewers in the United States are typically given directions to sound American. While they do so flawlessly most of the time, an "aboat" (as opposed to an "ah-bow-t" someone in the United States normally expects) does occasionally pop up, such as Fluttershy uttering one in "The Crystalling Part 2."
24th Jul '16 11:43:40 AM PurpleWarrior13
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* After Angie Harmon [[TheOtherDarrin replaced]] Stockard Channing as the voice of adult Barbara Gordon in ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' and ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyondReturnOfTheJoker'', the character suddenly gained traces of Harmon's native Texas accent.
28th Jun '16 8:29:38 PM Prfnoff
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* In '''Literature/TheQueensThief'' series, [[spoiler: Eugenides fakes an Attolian accent and no one even thinks to look for his Eddisian one (despite knowing he's Eddisian) until he slips because he's talking in his sleep]].

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* In '''Literature/TheQueensThief'' ''Literature/TheQueensThief'' series, [[spoiler: Eugenides fakes an Attolian accent and no one even thinks to look for his Eddisian one (despite knowing he's Eddisian) until he slips because he's talking in his sleep]].
28th Jun '16 8:29:19 PM Prfnoff
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* In '''Crippen: A Novel of Murder'' by John Boyne, an upper-class woman is revealed to be a lower-class social climber when she gets angry and says, "He's still handy with his dukes."

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* In '''Crippen: ''Crippen: A Novel of Murder'' by John Boyne, an upper-class woman is revealed to be a lower-class social climber when she gets angry and says, "He's still handy with his dukes."



* In the ''GauntsGhosts'' novel ''Blood Pact'', [[spoiler: when Baltasar Eyl Damogaur catches up to Gaunt and Mabbon for the last time, he goes back to his natural outworld accent, having difficulty maintaining his civilised veneer]].
* In "The Queen's Thief" series, [[spoiler: Eugenides fakes an Attolian accent and no one even thinks to look for his Eddisian one (despite knowing he's Eddisian) until he slips because he's talking in his sleep]].

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* In the ''GauntsGhosts'' ''Literature/GauntsGhosts'' novel ''Blood Pact'', [[spoiler: when Baltasar Eyl Damogaur catches up to Gaunt and Mabbon for the last time, he goes back to his natural outworld accent, having difficulty maintaining his civilised veneer]].
* In "The Queen's Thief" '''Literature/TheQueensThief'' series, [[spoiler: Eugenides fakes an Attolian accent and no one even thinks to look for his Eddisian one (despite knowing he's Eddisian) until he slips because he's talking in his sleep]].
28th Jun '16 8:28:23 PM Prfnoff
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* In a recent novel about the murderer Crippen, an upper-class woman was revealed to be a lower-class social climber when she got angry and said, "He's very handy with his dukes!"

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* In a recent novel about the murderer Crippen, '''Crippen: A Novel of Murder'' by John Boyne, an upper-class woman was is revealed to be a lower-class social climber when she got gets angry and said, says, "He's very still handy with his dukes!"dukes."
25th Jun '16 1:49:26 AM Morgenthaler
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* Sir David Jason is very British, known as the voice of DangerMouse. His attempts at American vary. His CountDuckula with an American voice was a mix of WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck and WesternAnimation/PorkyPig on ''Danger Mouse'', but on his own show it's pretty straightforward. He voiced an American cowboy named Texas Jack [=McGraw=] in hopelessly stereotype fashion, and his Agent 57 in "The Return Of Count Duckula" was a very thick John Wayne.

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* Sir David Jason is very British, known as the voice of DangerMouse.WesternAnimation/DangerMouse. His attempts at American vary. His CountDuckula WesternAnimation/CountDuckula with an American voice was a mix of WesternAnimation/DaffyDuck and WesternAnimation/PorkyPig on ''Danger Mouse'', but on his own show it's pretty straightforward. He voiced an American cowboy named Texas Jack [=McGraw=] in hopelessly stereotype fashion, and his Agent 57 in "The Return Of Count Duckula" was a very thick John Wayne.
22nd Jun '16 5:07:52 AM SolidSonicTH
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* Hilariously {{lampshade|Hanging}}d in an episode of ''WWERaw''. The Ghanaian-American Kofi Kingston has been portraying a Jamaican character, complete with the stereotypical accent. In the episode in question he inexplicably speaks in his American accent during a promo, and the ever-{{Jerkass}} [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold With a Heart of Gold]] TripleH just had to [[NoFourthWall call him out]] on it.

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* Hilariously {{lampshade|Hanging}}d in an episode of ''WWERaw''. The Ghanaian-American Kofi Kingston has been portraying a Jamaican character, complete with the stereotypical accent. In the episode in question he inexplicably speaks in his American accent during a promo, and the ever-{{Jerkass}} [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold With a Heart of Gold]] TripleH just had to [[NoFourthWall [[MetaGuy call him out]] on it.
31st May '16 2:51:57 PM Kakai
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* In ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels'' episode ''Homecoming'', when she speaks with her father in private, Hera slips from common "galactic" accent to one her father has - presumably, her upbringing starts to shine through.
31st May '16 11:56:46 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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** The British VA Brian Dobson voiced Red Alert in both ''Anime/TransformersArmada'' and ''TransformersCybertron''. In the former, he had an American accent, but in the latter, he used Dobson's native accent.

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** The British VA Brian Dobson voiced Red Alert in both ''Anime/TransformersArmada'' and ''TransformersCybertron''.''Anime/TransformersCybertron''. In the former, he had an American accent, but in the latter, he used Dobson's native accent.
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