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Description

'Good Shoes' is a comedy piece I am always updating as I hear new accents and funny lines... it's a bit of fun but also shows my love of accents and characters.

Vocal Characteristics

Language

English (British)

Voice Age

Young Adult (18-35)

Accents

England - London (Cockney, Estuary, East End)

Transcript

Note: Transcripts are generated using speech recognition software and may contain errors.
Are you alright? Petty. No, it's not that fellow again, is it? Oh, well, if truth be known, I wish I'd never met him. Oh, to be here, sweetheart. You kind of did chase after him for about two years, and you weren't exactly subtle about it. I didn't chase Sim, did I? Did you chase him up to chase his child? You're about as subtle as a spanner in a smoothie. But what? Well, it don't matter anyway, does it? Because he's proved himself by acting like the complete and not attract what we all thought he was. Oh, well, I really liked him. To be honest, I thought he seemed like a thoroughly decent chap. He had good shoes. That's always a sign. Yeah, And he was Gert Lush. He had that look to me. You know how Brexit go like stink? Oh, regardless of his footwear or any other potential abilities. What was he like when you met him? Could he do full sentences and actually ask questions? Oh, well, I think so. But to be honest, he was from Newcastle, and I couldn't really understand a word he said I don't even know which blow we're talking about there, darling. The one with his shoes. Why? What's wrong with his shoes? Well, I don't know, but my last eight turned up in a tractor and he was wearing Wellies, and he bought his mom. Well, at least I think that was his mom. Oh, no. Listen right now, honestly, listen to this, right. Apparently my sister's best friend's neighbour's dog, Walker saw him outside. Man does with them. What's the face? You know, uh, Tracy? No. Stay, stay. See Lacey down And Kim the tall one with the ears and nose, Okay, came