At one time I was a security guard. I'd walk into the department store with my uniform still on and go to where the toys are (because I'm still a kid myself). I would see a kid eyeing a toy and say in my deepest voice, "What you doin' boy" They'd get such a scare. I know that it was just a little mean of me to do such a thing, but the look on their excitedly guilty faces was just so funny that I couldn't help myself.
I also love to do accent's I believe I've mastered my 'hair-lipp' accident. When I'm in the supermarket I'd see a kid (kids are just so cool) and I'd start singing the Oscar Mayer belony song, " My bowoney has ..." Next thing you know I'd have a small crowd of kids trying to sing along with me. Every once and a while I would get a mean look from a parent, but most of the time I just had them gigiling. Hey, I don't care if you are laughing with me or at me, just so you're laughing.
It's weired. One morning I woke up and was speaking with an old english lady accent, shaking head and all, "Sir Sir. I have shown you the door and yet you refuse to leave my place of residence. I, at this stage of life am an old lady who does not possess the physical strenth to boot you, but I have people.
And of course there's always a favorite of mine: Jamaican. " How's it going mon. I'm quite good at learning different accents. honest injun I am! It's just so much fun.
I just love a deep south acci
English, English (North American), English (British), English (Australian), English (New Zealand)
Australian, British, Caribbean (Jamaican Patois), New Zealand, North American, US South (Deep South, Dixie, Delta)
Child, Middle Aged, Senior, Teen, Young Adult
Animation, Audiobooks, Business, Documentaries, Educational, Internet Video, Jingles, Movie Trailers, Music, Podcasting, Radio, Telephone, Television, Videogames
Just for fun (no cash)
I passed my GED in 72.
I got my A+ CERT in 2001 ( never did much with it)
Willing to learn and will work for food
I have a wave editor on my computer that I'm quite familar with
Hoping real soon to get some hosting so I can move my weebsite off my harddrive and onto the internet
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